BIOL 3470 Conservation Biology: Home

Research Strategy for Conservation Ecology course, Spring 2017

What is Citizen Science?

Citizen Science Resources

Research project

Group CEL Research Project and Presentation Options

The Natural History Museum of Utah is developing a special exhibition on urban biodiversity in Utah scheduled to open in fall 2019.  We are in the early phases of defining the exhibition’s major themes and researching potential content. Our goals for the project include: 1) developing opportunities for community members to participate in creating the exhibition experience by contributing content before and/or during the exhibition, and 2) featuring citizen science stories in the exhibition and connecting visitors to citizen science projects in their communities. By developing one of the project proposals listed below, your research and ideas will contribute to the exhibition development process. We truly appreciate your involvement in the project.

.1. Propose a Utah urban biodiversity or urban ecology story for the exhibition

2. Propose a way people can contribute content before and/or during the exhibition

3. Propose an urban biodiversity or urban ecology citizen science project

 

TO SCHEDULE a RESEARCH APPOINTMENT

Please phone or email librarian Amy Brunvand to set up a research consultation appointment

The librarian will also schedule some office hours during the semester for drop-in.  Check this page for time and place.

Subject Specialist

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Amy Brunvand
Contact:
U of U

Sustainability Office

Suite #50, BUC
801-585-6198
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