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Science
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Experiments

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Experimental Glog

This is how to help:1. Go online and find a project you want to do2. Go out and do that project3. Record you data and turn it in

What did we do?

The collection and analysis of data relating to the natural world by members of the general public, typically as part of a collaboration project with professional scientist.

Citizen Science

Frog Watch

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What does it Mean?

INaturalist

How to Help?

At a training session hosted by a local chapter, volunteers will learn to identify local frog and toad species by their calls during the breeding season and how to report their findings accurately.

Boston's Museum of Science has teamed up with researchers from Tufts University and Fitchburg State College to track the fate of these amazing insects. With your help, they hope to learn about the geographic distribution of fireflies and their activity during the summer season. Fireflies also may be affected by human-made light and pesticides in lawns, so they hope to also learn more about those effects.

iNaturalist is a place where you can record what you see in nature, meet other nature lovers, and learn about the natural world.From hikers to hunters, birders to beach-combers, the world is filled with naturalists, and many of us record what we find. What if all those observations could be shared online? You might discover someone who finds beautiful wildflowers at your favorite birding spot, or learn about the birds you see on the way to work.That's the vision behind iNaturalist. So if you like recording your findings from the outdoors, or if you just like learning about life, join the project!

Firefly Watch

St. Joes can help out by doing things in the garden and by recording data that has to do with stutdents at St. joe's.

What can St. Joes do to help?


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