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Nature Photos Become Science Data

Your Foray into Nature Photography Helps Build Biodiversity Data Sets 

 

Have you ever come across an unusual plant or animal and wondered, "What is that?"  

Now there's an app for that!

 

Public Participation in Scientific Research

Get Involved in Citizen Science!

 

Citizen Science is part of a wider phenomenon - Public Participation in Scientific Research (PPSR) - that includes any organized research activity in which members of the public function as lay-scientists, asking questions, collecting data, and/or interpreting results.

2019 Global Big Day for Birding

May 4 is Birding's Global BIG Day

Ruby-crowned Kinglet (female). Photograph by VR Schmalhofer.

Mirsky Lecture

7th Annual Mirsky Lecture

Dr. Eric Hiatt, Professor at the University of Wisconsin - and a 1988 graduate of the IUPUI School of Science (BS Geology) - will speak about:

Great Backyard Bird Count 2019

Calling all Citizen Scientists who have a fondness for birds!

Welcoming Campus Innovator Grant

Welcoming Campus Innovator Grant Awarded to Center for Earth and Environmental Science

KIB Summer Pollinator Count

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Sponsors Summer Pollinator Count Now Until July 22

Bumblebee on Prairie Rose. (Photograph by V Schmalhofer.)

Global Big Day Breaks Records

2/3 of World's Bird Species Found in a Single Day

Palm Warbler. (Photograph by V Schmalhofer.)

 

INPAWS Announces Florathon 2018

Press Release from INPAWS: the Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society is sponsoring a Florathon to benefit Letha's Youth Outdoors Fund.

City Nature Challenge

From the FaceBook page of March for Science Indianapolis:

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