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Projects for naturalists, teachers, students, scientists and others to become involved in research and help investigate the impacts of weather, invasives, pollution and other factors on species and their interactions.

Photograph of Malaise Traps 153 and 154 in GSMNP.
Malaise Traps 153 & 154, Porters Creek
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Our projects are to understand, conserve, and enjoy nature. They enable scientists, teachers, students, and others to collect high-quality data and integrate their findings. They use digital cameras, free online tools, and other methods (see video). We invite everyone from all walks of life, young or old, to help us set up and conduct research at a network of study sites. In Georgia, we invite you to join the consortium to conduct a natural history survey of the state, teach science and quantitative methods, and provide timely information about species to farmers and land managers. Please contribute to the knowledge society needs to protect the planet's diversity of life and improve our environmental well-being -- register and then get involved.

Updated: 19 August, 2016
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