Posted by Choyster
The past couple weeks have seen some exciting updates and news for our platform:
- NatureMapr is getting involved with the Save Wallum intiative in Brunswick Heads on the north coast of NSW - show them some love on their socials in the name of conservation!
- We will be running our first webinar next week on Friday 20th Oct 6pm with a focus on how new users can get involved and contribute to citizen science (access the MS teams meeting via this link).
- Maps in list view now have their Species Richness Scores (SRS) referenced with the seedling symbol and, Survey Effort Score (SES) referenced with the graph symbol for quick comparison between sites.
- Have you been observing your local environment recently? Our homepage now houses a display with the highest and lowest survey effort scores.
- Our Geospatial data expert Jen Smits has kindly offered to create a map for your favourite park or reserve on our platform - feel free to comment yours below!
- Regional boundaries for Queensland have been installed.
- The NSW Bionet feed is in its final stage of testing and once operational will ensure local and state wide decision-making is informed by local data.
- For users creating event-specific collections, now have type, e.g. a School project.
From the NatureMapr team we hope you have a great weekend.