The Biomeridian Research Network studies climate shifts, altered land, over-use of water, and extinction of species. We are a Future Generations University research initiative that partners with diverse communities around the world to collect and share scientific data using story-telling tools.

This project measures local life across gradients, such as elevation or land use, allowing evaluation of ecosystem health at the local level. Over time, the data being collected will allow for examination of changing patterns due to anthropogenic and natural causes.

Key data recorded include bioacoustic monitoring of wildlife in specific locations along transects, around the clock. Measuring life change across these transects through sound is a unique feature of this project.