NatureMapr coverage now includes SA, NT, TAS and WA

Posted by AaronClausen

 18 Apr 2022

Hi All,

We've just extended our coverage to be Australia wide with the addition of SA, NT, TAS and WA regions.

This means you can simply open the NatureMapr mobile app anywhere in Australia and upload sightings from anywhere! And it will go through to the respective region.

We now have a lot more work to do in improving our taxonomy management tools, improving our security model and getting the structure right so that moderators from all over Australia can all contribute to shaping and pruning the taxonomy with a decent set of tools to make it as easy as possible.

More to come - hello from Lake Cargelligo.

Cheers

Aaron.

8 comments

jks wrote:
   18 Apr 2022
Amazing Aaron well done! Northern Territory Nature Map is going to be a favourite of mine! https://nt.naturemapr.org/ I am going to load loads of historic photos can't wait! See you all over there!
AaronClausen wrote:
   18 Apr 2022
Thanks for all your help @jksmits! Yep I can't wait to see your NT sightings and contribute some of my own.

I am excited that you can now pick up the app from ANYWHERE within Australia and happily report ANYTHING ANYWHERE.

This is a great opportunity for people who wish to get in early and contribute to the new regions. Get exploring!
ibaird wrote:
   18 Apr 2022
Great work Aaron and Jenny! The dream of a curated national scope citizen science platform on the NatureMapr model may just be be realized one day!
LisaH wrote:
   18 Apr 2022
Congratulations!
Topknot wrote:
   19 Apr 2022
That's brilliant - well done Aaron and Jen and everyone else involved!
   19 Apr 2022
This is a great enhancement, I just need to work out how I can travel to SA, NT, TAS and WA so that I can contribute sightings.
Amata wrote:
   19 Apr 2022
Awesome work!
   24 Apr 2022
Great work team!

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