Attempting to capture the complexity of entire ecosystems generates a massive amount of data. To make sense of it all requires cutting edge technology in the fields of big data, crowd sourcing, and cloud computing.

The biomeridian project supports open data. Whether you are a researcher at a university or a citizen scientist, you are welcome to help analyze our data.


Each monitoring station is equipped with an audio recording device that is programmed to record at specified intervals throughout the day.

Coming soon: listen to our audio stream and help us identify wildlife.

Temperature and Humidity

Each monitoring station has high accuracy sensors which record temperature and relative humidity every 15 minutes.

If you are a climate scientist, you may be interested in comparing the temperature and humidity at the different altitudes of the biomeridian to the global average or different locations.

Coming soon: download compiled CSV files by time and location.