In 2017, the ABMI publicly released the Biodiversity Browser (BB) on its website, as a kind of "encyclopedia of life" for Alberta species. The intent of the BB has been to broadly share ABMI data and information on Alberta species to support decision-making by land-use managers and policymakers in the province. Over the last year, the BB has expanded significantly: adding new species profiles on amphibians as well as new analysis on "sector effects". If you haven't visited the BB before, check out your favourite species here.
So, the time has come to consider how the ABMI can improve the usability of the BB and incorporate new content that users are looking for. In collaboration with Ducks Unlimited Canada, and with your input, the ABMI plans to improve the BB's wetland species content. Please consider taking about six minutes of your time to provide feedback on the current BB.
Access the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SMQM3NF
Thank you for your time and feedback!