A new platform billing itself as “next-generation citizen science” is promising to make it easy for anyone who wants to collect or share environmental data.
Called Anecdata, the first version of the software was developed at MDI Biological Laboratory’s Community Environmental Health Lab, and used to document eelgrass decline in Maine.
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