Innotech Alberta and the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute are seeking up to 35 qualified summer Field Technologists to survey terrestrial and/or aquatic biodiversity indicators.
Data for 2017 has now been added to ABMI's species-level data.
In partnership with the Bioacoustic Unit at the University of Alberta, the ABMI announced the public launch of WildTrax: an online platform for storing, managing, processing, and sharing environmental sensor data.
Exciting finding! Two paintbrush specimens, collected in 2018, have been tentatively identified as Castilleja elegans, or elegant paintbrush.
They've done it again! At the ABMI's Processing Centre (Royal Alberta Museum), Alex Lapierre has identified a new species record for the province of Alberta from the 2017 ABMI wetland samples.
Tune in to learn about our citizen science application, NatureLynx!
On Jan. 30th, join the ABMI to discuss the future of environmental monitoring in Alberta!
ABMI is pleased to announce the launch of our "Hands on Alberta" missions through the NatureLynx app.
ABMI is honoured to be nominated for the Nature Inspiration Awards 2018 from the Canadian Museum of Nature.
ABMI's newly-released smartphone app Naturelynx was covered on CBC Edmonton on July 31.
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