Summertime and the living is easy - especially for Citizen Scientists contributing their observations to projects running on the SPOTTERON platform. Excursions and field trips are excellent opportunities to observe nature in all its glory. From the phenological development of indicator plants for projects such as Climate Watch Australia or the ZAMG...
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As a project partner on the SPOTTERON platform, you can now gently guide the Citizen Scientists contributing to your project to make better, more accurate observations in the Apps, thus making the data you're trying to obtain better and easier to manage.

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What is the best way for a Citizen Scientist to observe a specific plant, landscape, place, etc. over a more extended period of time and gather valuable data during its course?

Our world is subject to constant change.
It establishes itself by constant development and evolution, triggered by events like human activity, climate change, erosion, or simply the changing of the seasons, and many more. These changes in observational data are not just a side effect, but they're often the primary focus for scientists and the research project.

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Shortnews

  • A new paper titled "Predicting spring migration of two European amphibian species with plant phenology using citizen science data" has been added. Read more in Papers and Publications.

    Thursday, 20 January 2022
  • Ornithology, the "methodological study and consequent knowledge of birds with all that relates to them ", include many scientific fields such as ecology, evolution or behavioural science. On the SPOTTERON platform, you can currently find three projects based on the observation of birds and their behaviour. Read more on the Citizen Science Blog.

    Wednesday, 05 January 2022