We are always on the lookout for new projects that need a platform like ours to facilitate their data collection. Here are some that are in the pipeline for 2019! If you think your project could benefit from our platform, please go here to learn more about how Lapis Guides can help you connect with citizen scientists.
Field Guide of the Elm Grove City Park, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan - Together with the Association Franco-Kirghize d'Ecotourisme we will be creating a field guide for visitors to this excellent remnant forest hidden within the city limits of Bishkek. The main goals will be to increase awareness of biodiversity within the park as well as to allow users to contribute to scientific data collection. To learn more about the Elm Grove, click here.
Field Guide of Les Courmmettes, France - Partnering with A Rocha France's Les Courmmettes location near Nice, we will be building an application to allow their thousands of visitors to get closer to nature through learning about the wide array of biodiversity throughout the 600 hectare site.
Biodiversity of the Tibetan Plateau - In conjunction with Plateau Perspectives and other partners, we are working on a mini app that will be useful for rangers and park staff at the Sanjiangyuan National Nature Reserve in order to accurately monitor and manage the wildlife within the park.