Citizen Science at Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate: The fungi success continues

Danmarks Svampeatlas (Danish fungi atlas) registered 250,000 fungi finds, discovered more than 200 species, which are new in Denmark, and involved almost 400 volunteers, in the project’s five years from 2009 to 2014. Now the success continues with more fungi finds, development of an app and a richly illustrated fungi atlas. The project is part of a portfolio of Citizen Science project conducted by Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate with funding from Aage V. Jensen Naturfond.

The DNRF are happy with the synergy and added value which can come out of interaction between foundations. The Citizen Science project is an important bridge-builder between society and the center’s research.

Center for Makroecology, Evolution and Climate cooperates with researchers from University of Copenhagen and Aarhus on Det store NaturTjek, initiated by Danmarks Naturfredningsforening with funding from Aage V. Jensennaturfond.

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Det store NaturTjek