The School of Science and Technology at the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) has been part of FreshWater Watch. Here students  practice  water sampling. Photo: Open University of Hong Kong The School of Science and Technology at the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) has been part of FreshWater Watch. Here students  practice  water sampling. Photo: Open University of Hong Kong
The School of Science and Technology at the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) has been part of FreshWater Watch. Here students practice water sampling. Photo: Open University of Hong Kong
Conservation

From scanning for bats to counting jellyfish, citizen science in action in Hong Kong

  • How many jellyfish species swim in Hong Kong waters? How many short-nosed fruit bats roost in its fan palm trees? Citizen scientists can help find out
  • Projects to explore the city’s amazing biodiversity are easy to take part in – information can be shared through social media and project websites

Topic |   Conservation
The School of Science and Technology at the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) has been part of FreshWater Watch. Here students  practice  water sampling. Photo: Open University of Hong Kong The School of Science and Technology at the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) has been part of FreshWater Watch. Here students  practice  water sampling. Photo: Open University of Hong Kong
The School of Science and Technology at the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) has been part of FreshWater Watch. Here students practice water sampling. Photo: Open University of Hong Kong
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