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Biotagging Manchester: interdisciplinary exploration of biodiversity

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Journal publication date01/2011
JournalLeonardo
Journal number1
Volume44
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Biotagging used audio-visual equipment to engage a range of individuals in ‘tagging' plants and animals with specific and local meaning to them. This was an experiment in subverting conventional approaches to biodiversity monitoring with the aim of expanding ideas of both biodiversity and citizen science.