2017 Citizen Science Updates
We're so excited to share what our labs have been working on over the last year. This year our team (Cosette Larash, Maria Sharova, and Alison Cawood) has created a series of videos highlighting projects our volunteers have contributed to. To view all of the videos at once, you can click here to access the YouTube playlist or click on a project in the menu below. Thank you for all that you do for SERC!
|Environmental Chemistry||Global Change Research Wetland
The Stream Restoration Project
|History||Archaeology (volunteer run)|
|Marine and Estuarine Ecology||Photobiology and Solar Radiation
Chesapeake Bay River Herring Conservation
|Marine Invasions||The Chesapeake Bay Parasite Project
Marine Disease Ecology
Bluebirds (Volunteer run)
Global Change Research Wetland
To learn more about the project, you can visit the Biogeochemistry page, or the citizen science project page.
Stream Restoration Project
You can learn more about the Stream Restoration Project by visiting the Nutrient Ecology Lab page and Plant Ecology Lab page.
Learn more about the Archaeology lab by clicking here.
Photobiology and Solar Radiation
To learn more about the Photobiology and Solar Radiation Lab, visit their lab page here.
Chesapeake Bay River Herring Conservation Project
To learn more about the Fish and Invertebrate Ecology Lab click here, or visit the citizen science project page.
To learn more about Marine Ecology click here.
Chesapeake Bay Parasite Project
To learn more about the Chesapeake Bay Parasite Project, visit the Marine Invasions lab page here, or the citizen science project page here.
To learn more about the Marine Invasions Lab click here. When our project is out of beta testing, we will update the link for the Zooniverse project page!
To learn more about BiodiversiTREE and the Terrestrial Ecology lab, click here.
To learn more about the Fossil Atmosphere project click here to visit their Zooniverse page.
This video contains updates from the Molecular Ecology Lab, Plant Ecology Lab, and Marine Disease Ecology Lab.
2017 Green Crabs, Oyster Drills, Nearshore Sampling, Mangroves, Bluebirds
This video contains updates from Green Crabs, Oyster Drills, Nearshore Sampling, Mangroves and Bluebirds.
To learn more about Green Crabs (0:05), Oyster Drills (0:27), and Nearshore Sampling (1:07) visit the Marine Invasions lab page here.
To learn more about Mangroves (2:12), visit the Terrestrial Ecology and Animal-Plant Interaction labs.
To learn more about Bluebirds (2:49) visit the citizen science project page here.