Where, when and what are people observing in the US?

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post about how international iNaturalist is. Piggy backing on that. I thought it might be interesting to do a deep dive into each country. For example, here's a map of the US which shows the number of observations spread out regionally. In each region, the top observer is shown.



Similarly, this is how the number of observations has changed over time. Mouse over to see the top observer from each month.



Lastly, heres a breakdown of the groups of species that people are observing within the US. The top identifier for each group based on the number of identifications on these US observations is also shown.


Publicado el lunes, 25 de septiembre de 2017 a las 11:55 PM por loarie loarie

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This is awesome. Can you do one just for California? It would be interesting to see how the state where it all started looks.

Anotado por vermfly hace mas de 6 años

ha - you're not supposed to be seeing my secret work-in-progress drafts in the test project of unfathomable awesomeness vermfly ;)

Anotado por loarie hace mas de 6 años

They are showing up on the main journal page. All of them. Mwahahaha.

Anotado por vermfly hace mas de 6 años

hmm - I wonder if thats because you follow me - checking....

Anotado por loarie hace mas de 6 años

Maybe. I just have this link saved https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/ and went to it. Boom. Test project of unfathomable awesomeness.

Anotado por vermfly hace mas de 6 años

oh got it - yeah thats fine, I thought you meant they were in your dashboard

Anotado por loarie hace mas de 6 años

So about doing one for California.......

Anotado por vermfly hace mas de 6 años

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