Phenoclim : 2022 in review
This emblematic citizen science program of CREA Mont-Blanc needs no introduction. Every season, it allows hundreds of assiduous observers the opportunity to note the dates of budburst, flowering and other phenological events of... READ MORE
The future Mont-Blanc Observatory
The renovation / extension project of the Mont-Blanc Observatory, supported by the municipality of Chamonix and carried by the CREA Mont-Blanc, is progressing. The last open house of July 23 offered the opportunity... READ MORE
Wild Mont-Blanc is back
Wild Mont-Blanc, a citizen science program on alpine wildlife is back for its third season! Thousands of photos are waiting for you! Get ready to recognize which animal is hiding in the picture..... READ MORE
The unmissable #ScienceSandwich conferences are back! The CREA Mont-Blanc opens the doors of the Mont Blanc Observatory for these scientifc seminars. Come and meet researchers studying issues that affect the mountains.As the name... READ MORE
How Artificial Intelligence can help identify Alpine Wildlife
The processing of hundreds of thousands images from our camera traps mobilizes the expertise of researchers, machine learning and volunteer observers. Throughout the summer, extensive work was carried out to optimize the method.... READ MORE
Citizen Science : you can all participate!
Citizen Science was once again at its best last summer season at CREA Mont-Blanc. Volunteers, hikers or visitors in the mountain huts, voluntarily help conduct scientific research. Let’s take a look back at... READ MORE
Coming soon… a new citizen science platform
CREA Mont-Blanc leads and analyzes several citizen science programs, including Phénoclim and Wild Mont-Blanc. Faced with the multiplicity of programs that we propose or that we wish to launch, we decided to create... READ MORE
Citizen science in mountain huts: on the hunt for the right recipe !
Citizen science is at the heart of CREA Mont-Blanc’s mission. More recently, we’ve been looking for the right formula to encourage more people to participate in field observations. This past summer, we tested... READ MORE