iNaturalist mentioned in a Mongabay article

Unfortunately, it is not a story that makes you feel good. It it about the legacy of systemic racism and the lingering effects that legacy has on biodiverity and environmental justice even today. The paragraph where iNaturalist is mentioned says

Ellis-Soto and his colleagues examined 195 cities where redlining policies were put in place in the 1930s. The team used data from the eBird and iNaturalist citizen-science digital platforms, as well as the Global Biodiversity Information Facility.

The Mongabay article links to the published paper; the link below goes to the Mongabay article.

Discriminatory U.S. housing policies still affect bird sightings 90 years later (


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