Covering topics as diverse as weather, soils, air quality, water quality and fascinating wildlife such as lampreys and riverflies, this portal provides an ideal way for you to get involved in citizen science projects. It makes it easy for you to gather, share, view and discuss your data with people that are interested in the same things as you.
We wish to encourage anyone with access to suitable rivers to look out for lampreys during the spawning season and submit observation records.
The data is used to support important services such as weather and flood forecasting, and the management of our water resources.
Soil erosion is a natural process where soil particles are broken off from the soil surface and are moved across the land.
Monitoring the air quality around your school alongside other fieldwork forms a key part of the package.
Riverfly Partnership tutors deliver one-day workshops to fishing clubs and other organisations committed to establishing a group to monitor the biological water quality of their local waters.
There are thousands of man made and natural obstacles in the rivers of the UK. Many of the man made obstacles perform important functions but they can also cause problems and pose a hazard.
Help scientists map key freshwater aquatic invasive, non-native species
Help scientists map key marine climate change indicator and invasive, non-native species
Protect your environment! Invasive non-native plant species are a threat to native wildlife in the UK. Help us track them down