Event Stats

Thumb
Unknown
Thumb
Unknown

The Onondaga Lake Bioblitz Ends

The Onondaga Lake Bioblitz is over. The project will remain open till midnight, as people are still uploading their observations. As of the results presentation, over 430 species of organisms had been found in and around the lake, with more still being identified. This is just a small percentage of the species that ESF's scientists believe are there, but considering the rain and cold weather that drove many species (including humans) into cover, it was still an excellent result!

The Onondaga Lake Bioblitz will help researchers to establish a new baseline to measure the continuing recovery of Onondaga Lake. Thanks to everyone who participated, scientists, organizers, sponsors and volunteers alike. You have contributed to an important endeavor that will assist in the long-term environmental health of central New York. We couldn't have done it without you!

Posted on September 13, 2014 10:41 PM by suny-esf suny-esf | 0 comments | Leave a comment
More journal posts

Recent observations View all

Loading...
More observations

About

From plants to mammals, from fish to birds, the Onondaga Lake BioBlitz is a unique opportunity to explore the lake’s biodiversity and discover new species. Working side by side, community volunteers and SUNY-ESF faculty and students will inventory and identify every species of plant and animal that can be found in 24 hours. While participating in the research, the citizen scientists will learn ...more ↓

Mini suny-esf created this project on August 29, 2014

Is this inappropriate, spam, or offensive? Add a flag

Logo eee 15px
Embed a widget for this project on your website
Member of the iNaturalist Network   |   Powered by iNaturalist open source software