NatureScot Research Report 1097 - Review of Wester Ross NSA scenic photos pilot project
This report has been written to review the 'Wester Ross Scenic Photos' project three years after it began. The project was set up in the Wester Ross National Scenic Area (NSA) to see if citizen science fixed-point photography could be used to complement formal monitoring of NSAs. It tested a variation of the method used in the Cairngorms National Park "Scenic Post" project. This review also considers a selection of similar projects to explore what makes a successful fixed point photography citizen science project.
Publication 2020 - NatureScot Research Report 1097 - Review of Wester Ross NSA scenic photos pilot project
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