News Round Up - Some articles you may have missed

We've brought together some articles that we think will be of interest to iNaturalistUK users.

iNaturalist Updates

New Vision Model Training Started

iNaturalist have started training on a new model, which will be its first model update since July 2021.

iNaturalist Mobile App Development News

An update about recent development decisions made for the iNaturalist mobile app.

Using Data

‘Precision’ citizen science

Two projects led by UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) are providing information for wildlife recorders to help them choose where to record – based on where records are most valuable. Both projects invite your feedback and involvement.

Using citizen science for early detection of tree pests and diseases

New research, published recently in the journal “Biological Invasions” by NBN Trustee – David Slawson – and his colleagues Nidhi Gupta and Andy Moffat, shows that tree health surveillance capacity can be increased by engaging and training citizens.

Want to Learn More?

Want to Study Wildlife?

Small bursaries available for taxonomic courses

New MSc programme in citizen science at UCL

This new MSc, the first of its kind in the world, provides students with theoretical and practical experience in creating and managing citizen science projects across a range of disciplines from astronomy to zoology.

Posted on 04 November, 2021 07:51 by giselle_s giselle_s