Rock ptarmigans, Mountain hare and climate change: how our volunteers are contributing to our studies

As part of the Arctic-Alpine Species project, which receives support from the EU’s FEDER-POIA fund, CREA Mont-Blanc asked its intrepid volunteers to help collect observations of Mountain hare and Rock ptarmigans in their natural habitat.  The goal is to better understand … Continued

Camera traps: the contribution of artificial intelligence and the general public to our research

To process the huge mass of images generated by camera traps installed around the mountains, CREA Mont-Blanc developed a hybrid system using the expertise of researchers, machine-learning, and citizen science. Currently in the experimentation and developmental phase, it has already … Continued

How Camera Traps Significantly Increase our Means of Observation

CREA Mont-Blanc installed around 40 high altitude cameras which are automatically triggered by movement. In the experimental phase, these new tools for monitoring alpine fauna have generated 150,000 photos per year. Quite promising, to say the least! Lire l’article en français … Continued