Projects Focused on Field Research and Citizen Science

Unmapped projects:

Project Description
P010203 Benthic Monitoring,
Adelaide Bodnar,
John Bodnar
Collecting and identifying aquatic macroinvertebrates from local streams to determine water quality.
P200611 CoCoRaHS Precipitation Monitoring,
Elm Fork Chapter Service Area
Jim Gerber Participating in a network of North American citizen scientists to collect and report precipitation data to the Colorado Climate Center at Colorado State University. The data is used by a wide variety of organizations and individuals.
P161013 iNaturalist,
Elm Fork Chapter Service Area
Mary Morrow Using the iNaturalist application platform to contribute to projects organized and managed by Texas Nature Trackers as well as bioblitzes and other organized field data collection projects focused on mapping, sharing, and identifying flora and fauna observations within our service area.
P171207 NestWatch,
Elm Fork Chapter Service Area
Sharon Clark Helping to track status and trends in the reproductive biology of birds, including when nesting occurs, number of eggs laid, how many eggs hatch, and how many hatchlings survive.
P080214 Project Feeder Watch,
Elm Fork Chapter Service Area
Karen Mangum Counting birds that appear in your count site and reporting the highest number of individuals that you see in view at one time to scientists at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
P151203 Water Quality Monitoring | Stream Team,
Denton County
Jonathan Reynolds All volunteers must be certified by the Texas Stream Team before any sampling is done for this project. Testing water at stream locations on at least a monthly basis. Water quality is tested for temperature, turbidity, pH, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, E. coli, nutrient levels, etc., along with climate information.