Survey your site

###About Site Surveys A site survey can be any activity that helps you understand your project area more. In site surveys you can collect information by documenting what you see both in a written form, or by using photographs. You can also document information using other senses such as things you hear, feel or smell at a site. Data you collect on site surveys could include: - weather data, - topographical information, - site features, and - anything unusual. Site surveys are a great way to help you scope out a new project location. It can help you to: - Learn about the area, - Identify questions you're interested in exploring, and - Think about challenges the site has as it relates to project. ###Site Surveying Activities [activities:site-survey] ###Frequently Asked Questions [questions:site-survey]...

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warren "Also good resources at ! " | Read more » over 4 years ago
gretchengehrke "The general principles discussed in this wiki would apply for hydrogen sulfide sampling too:" | Read more » over 4 years ago
warren "There's some good brainstorming on this topic in these old posts by @megan, @shannon, and @sara:" | Read more » over 4 years ago
samrye "This is a really useful tool, thanks so much for sharing! " | Read more » over 4 years ago
warren "Harry Simpson shared this on the discussion lists: " | Read more » about 5 years ago
xose "And encrypted storage, both local and online. CameraV is a great tool! As always reccomend, using the "historical images" of google earth gives us ..." | Read more » about 5 years ago
warren "This doesn't offer guidance on the survey itself, but has a lot of information about taking an individual photo with good metadata, and a means to ..." | Read more » about 5 years ago
warren "Via @juliakumari: We did this video on how to do it for weather and climate related photo surveys. Hope it helps." | Read more » about 5 years ago