6 years ago
Wildlife@Home is a joint effort between the University of North Dakota's Department of Computer Science and Department of Biology, aimed at analyzing video gathered from various cameras recording wildlife. Currently the project is looking at video of sharp-tailed grouse, Tympanuchus phasianellus, performing their mating dances (lekking), and then examining their nesting habits and ecology. The nest cameras have been set up up both near western North Dakota's oil fields and also within protected state lands. We recently have also begun studying two federally protected species, interior least terns, Sternula antillarum, and piping plovers, Charadruis melodus."Homepage Wildlife@Home"
Another one of Travis Desells enterprises
6 years agoShould be added. Still trying to figure out what they "compute"...
5 years agoMoved to Citizen Science Grid last year. Now, the site is gone. It's time to retire.
5 years agoretired