Can one see if participants are spending more time making identifications. Perhaps observations which were sitting on ‘needs identification’ for a long time are now being upgraded to Research Grade?
Are people taking this opportunity to learn new families or perhaps the same families in new regions? Perhaps more people are making IDs of treehoppers in India and south-east Asia - https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?locale=en&nelat=34.029975728460734&nelng=169.06643367163795&place_id=any&subview=grid&swlat=-12.023114030334376&swlng=50.41408992163795&taxon_id=49024
A lot of people are submitting observations from their homes and backyards. Are people data mining through old albums and submitting photos from back in the day? i.e. are we seeing more observations submitted not taken in the current year?
How could stats show how our iNat behaviour changing at the moment?