• Value of Information and Citizen Science!
    With the dark and cold winter coming to Norway we switched environment once again and we came back to the …
  • What is citizen science? Who are citizens and do they want feedback?
    Was Charles Darwin a citizen scientist, when boarding, as a yet untrained naturalist, the HMS Beagle to make observations that …
  • Point process models for citizen science data
    As our PhD course in citizen science continues, we’ve moved from the field to our computers to explore some analysis …
  • Citizen science field trip
    Wednesday (September 23rd), the entire group met up at the local hiking area near Byåsen to get some actual real-life …
  • Bias in Citizen Science data
    Citizen Science databases (e.g. GBIF, iNaturalist) are full of opportunistic observations and offer a massive, cost-efficient alternative to professional surveys. …
  • Hunters as citizen scientists
    Monitoring biodiversity in Europe is usually very costly and time consuming and often resources from governments are limited. A new scientific …
  • Statistics Symposium (27.09.2019 – 28.09.2019)
    Bayesian modelling over the past decade has become an integral part of statistical modelling in ecological and conservational studies. Given …
  • FAIR seminar
    In order to make the most of the data we collect, we as scientists need to make data FAIR; Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. This was the focus of a 2 day Living Norway seminar at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA).
  • Machine Learning for Biologists
    From May 13th to May 15th 2019, the Aarhus University organized a workshop “Machine Learning for Biologists” in idyllic Rønde, Denmark. Jan and Wouter participated and share their experiences.