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CS COST Action - CA15212 Jul 15
New approaches to from a perspective. New blogpost now online!
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Mayasci Jul 19
Don't you just love Plankton?! Well not only is he good at being an evil overlord, but he also makes the base of our ecosystem and 40% of oxygen we breath! Want to find the secret plankton, join the in classifing them!
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Michael Pocock Jul 12
Impressed by the breadth of this paper on designing . In depth analysis of ecology, statistics and volunteers. by .
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Caren Cooper Jul 15
Updating grad course w/ -- any new papers to recommend? Wanted: Papers to spark good discussion, curiosity, deeper thinking abt how science & public engagement can/should work. Fine to tweet back your own work.
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waterbugblitz Jul 14
Thanks to everyone who submitted EOIs for training sessions this Spring. The schedue will be put into the Calendar by end of month, for details visit #catchmentsmatter#waterbugs
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Knowledgr 13h
Speaking about true by turtle-finding dogs!
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Jen Pitt 11h
Just uploaded a photo of this disused robin's nest I found in Lyndhurst, New Forest a couple of years ago, that had a fine piece of plastic intricately woven into it.
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Liv Jul 19
My supervisor: "Hey can you host the table at an upcoming event?" Me:
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Jeff Bouwman Jul 15
Truly AMAZED with all the cool work being done around the world by middle school students! These students are from Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦 and they are at !!
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Stop Sanquhar II Windfarm Jul 18
Important ! I'll be in the Glens having a look at what we have - Orange Tips, Ringlets, Painted Ladies & more so far this year. (Might be something to add to the EIA too!)
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Greg W Mitchell Jul 19
Hey everyone, want to contribute to an international effort to monitor the butterfly? Take 10 minutes or an hour, find some milkweed & look for some eggs & catepillars between July 27 & Aug 4th. More info here: ping:
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THIRTEEN Jul 13
How many squirrels can you count in this video? Learn more about Project Squirrel:
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Trisha Ramwell Jul 19
Replying to @Historylecturer
That you didn't see any butterflies is from a scientific perspective as important as that you did.
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Charles Cowap Jul 18
Some on the Wales/Pembs Coastal Path
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National Academies Jul 15
Citizen science has exploded in the last decade, reaching more and more people, especially many previously excluded from science.
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Ceri Groves 12h
Thanks to for leading the Wallingford Wildlife Group event today. Brilliant to see so many people learning about pollinators and taking part in some .
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Helen Roy 17h
Wonderful week with visitors from Cyprus - sharing ideas and excitement on all things from engagement to analysis & interpretation - thank you all including wonderful team
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Samuel de Champlain Jul 19
We have an exciting planned at the park. Today is day with free day use. Come help us clean our shorelines, or give your feet a try at trail running. Saturday&Sunday is our weekend with extra programs to help you learn flora&fauna identification!
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The Xerces Society Jul 19
Want an easy way to contribute to important bumble bee research, that anyone can do? It's not too good to be true! All you have to do is snap a photo, note your location, and submit to . More information:
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Nicole Durso🗽 Jul 19
This book has me hooked! The historical insight to how is done is fascinating. The story of William Whewell highlights the history of colonization in scientific endeavors in a way I hadn't previously considered
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