Apologies if this is in the wrong subforum or inappropriate!
I have been working on a project required for graduation where I use iNaturalist and herbarium data to compare and contrast the floral composition of the Fabaceae within New Jersey. While I’ve used photos from iNaturalist (if they have the appropriate Creative Commons license) in projects and presentations, I’ve never used any other aspect of the data. For my project I would like to be able to present where species have been observed in NJ, which iNaturalist generates as a map (example: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=biodiversity-of-new-jersey&taxon_id=55745&verifiable=any).
How would you go about doing this? I’m assuming I can’t just screenshot the generated map and use that. I saw that Google Maps has its own terms of service (https://www.google.com/intl/en-US_US/help/terms_maps/) but the overlaid data is another level of complication. Does the data associated with the observation (and not the photos) belong to the observer? If so, how could I cite this properly?
So basically, I do not want to break any copyright rules or do anything unbecoming in the scientific world. Any and all advice is appreciated!!