You should log at least 15 hours of participation If the project requires a

You should log at least 15 hours of participation if

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to complete it in order to do Part III. You should log at least 15 hours of participation. If the project requires a minimum participation time that exceeds this, you will need to decide whether to continue with it or to choose another project. Part III (= posted “ Assignment 3 ”) will involve a write-up of what you did and a reflection on your experiences while participating.
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_________________________________________________________________ Here is the list of potential projects. All of them are biology- related. There are dozens of other biology projects out there, but many of them are either region-specific or require data collection in local habitats during seasons that fall outside of this semester. If you find another project that I’m not aware of, you are welcome to use it for this assignment. Note: You can use a project other than one of the 17 I have listed below; however, if you decide to do so, you should first send me the link, so that I can review and approve it. At the bottom of this list, I have listed two general, citizen science websites that you can consult for other options. 1. NestCams (The Cornell Lab of Ornithology) 2. Instant Wild (Zoological Society of London) - revolutionise-conservation,886,NS.html 3. WhaleFM (The Whale Song Project) nds-of-the-deep-scientific-american-launches-citizen-science- project-to-id-whale-calls/ 4. Digitial Fishers (The NEPTUNE Canada Project) 5. Mapper (NASA and the Pavilion Lake Research Project)
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6. ClimatePrediction.net 7. Phylo
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