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Query NatureMapping Data using SQLShare
BACKGROUND...The need for biodiversity data, primarily wildlife is the main reason the NatureMapping Program was created. Information was and still is needed by scientists, natural resource agencies, local jurisdictions, community projects, and schools.
SQLShare was created at the UW eScience Institute for researchers to query their data along with other supporting data without having to become a programmer. You need to have either a University of Washington or Google gmail account to login to SQLShare. Learn more...
The NatureMapping SQLShare project is testing two hypotheses:
A survey asking citizens what type of information they would like to was handed out
to 48 bioblitz volunteers. An eScience student attended the Bioblitz to demonstrate SQLShare and to participate
on one of the Nearshore teams.
Survey results show 65% of the participants were willing to use SQLShare.
This project is funded by the: