Baiba Pruse (research fellow from Ca'Foscari University of Venice, Italy - part of the DiGe project team) shares views on citizen science and ethnobotany in this recorded interview.
Baiba Prūse, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, explores the diversity of ways to engage and work with local communities.
Drs. Robbie Hart, Nanci Ross, Blair Orr, Andrew Flachs, and Rainer Bussman kindly share tips and tricks to help you broaden your research arsenal in the field. By Kartsen Fatur.
A list adapted from the “Useful Information for Student Economic Botanists” document constructed at the student roundtable at the International Congress of Ethnobiology in 2004.
Post by Karsten Fatur, SEB student representative elect, PhD student in biology at the University of Ljubljana.
Project Noah: YOU can make the difference! By Aurélie Jacquet. Are you a scientist? A Nature enthusiast? Or just curious about the world around you? If you haven't heard of Project Noah yet, this blog post is for you! Project Noah is an incredible tool that started as an experiment and became so popular that... Continue Reading →
Are you ready to leave for your fieldwork season? Or maybe are you planning your next trip? Are you sure that you have all the gear that you need? You can check out our list of suggested equipment here In a nutshell, here are some examples of gear that most of us need in the... Continue Reading →