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WILDLABS Team

WILDLABS Team

Following the release of our 2021 State of Conservation Technology research and report, the WILDLABS community has been featured in many articles, including two new features in The Hill and Mongabay. Header Image: Claire Burke Community Base Thursday 10 February, 2022
Center for Wildlife Studies

Center for Wildlife Studies

The Center for Wildlife Studies is now offering a course on Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. Visit their course listing for full registration details. Thursday 27 January, 2022
bioRxiv

bioRxiv

This paper explores ground-breaking advances in terrestrial biomonitoring, demonstrating how DNA from terrestrial animals can be collected from the air under natural conditions. eDNA & Genomics Thursday 27 January, 2022
WILDLABS Team

WILDLABS Team

Our first WILDLABS Editorial Series is now available for download! Read the full Technical Difficulties collection and explore stories of challenges, failures, and lessons learned from the conservation tech community. Download the full... Sustainable Fishing Challenges, Wildlife Crime Wednesday 19 January, 2022
Open Acoustic Devices

Open Acoustic Devices

Don't miss your chance to order the AudioMoth Underwater Case through GroupGets! This campaign is for a waterproof case designed specifically for AudioMoth version 1.2.0 (without the 3.5mm socket), and for use at depths of 30-60m. A single... Acoustic Monitoring Tuesday 11 January, 2022
Remote Sensing in Ecology & Conservation

Remote Sensing in Ecology & Conservation

Open Acoustic Devices have tested their new HydroMoth, an affordable marine acoustic tool that could open up new avenues for marine conservationists without budget for expensive hydrophones. Read the newly published research on HydroMoth's... Acoustic Monitoring Wednesday 5 January, 2022
John Cornell

John Cornell

In this final contribution to the Technical Difficulties Editorial Series, Ellie Warren introduces the original John Cornell case study that inspired our ongoing conversation about the value of sharing failures and challenges with the... Software and Mobile Apps Tuesday 21 December, 2021
Oryx (Journal)

Oryx (Journal)

This article argues for a conservation method that integrates monitoring technology and community knowledge. Focusing on pangolins, the most trafficked animals globally, the study combines camera trap data from the northern Eastern Ghats... Camera Traps Monday 20 December, 2021
arXiv (Journal)

arXiv (Journal)

This article provides a review of deep learning (predominantly ML) used in marine ecology and considerations for its future directions in conservation. In plain language, the authors provide a methodology for training and applying deep... Acoustic Monitoring, AI for Conservation, Open Source Solutions Monday 20 December, 2021
NPR

NPR

With the Arctic warming almost three times faster than the global average, walruses are one of the species most affected by climate charge. WWF and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) are asking the public to volunteer as ‘walrus detectives... Monday 20 December, 2021
MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute - Journal)

MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute - Journal)

Camera trap wildlife surveys can generate vast amounts of imagery. A key problem in the wildlife ecology field is that vast amounts of time is spent reviewing this imagery to identify the species detected. Valuable resources are wasted,... Camera Traps, Open Source Solutions Monday 20 December, 2021
National Science Foundation

National Science Foundation

The Biodiversity on a Changing Planet Program by National Science Foundation invites submissions of interdisciplinary proposals addressing grand challenges in biodiversity science within the context of unprecedented environmental change.... Climate Change Thursday 16 December, 2021