Engaging online community for relevant, hands-on science fieldwork
Pros: This is a real opportunity for students to gather and share information about biodiversity.
Cons: Additional extension activities would allow kids to do more with the collected data.
Bottom Line: Project Noah is a free and easy way to take part in biodiversity research with the support of a knowledgeable and global community.
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