DIMES: rocky intertidal photographic surveys

Photographic surveys are an equitable and accessible tool for research and teaching. After minimal training, these photographs, conducted along transects in the rocky intertidal zone, can be be analyzed by anyone, anywhere. These surveys have the potential to become an interactive teaching tool that introduces students to the scientific method in the context of intertidal ecosystems.

This collection contains photoquadrats, data, and metadata from sampling conducted at sites along the west coast of North America, from Alaska to Mexico.

This work was conceived in the context of the DIMES (Diversifying and Integrating Marine Education at Stations) program funded by an NSF RCN-UBE Incubator award (2018116).

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