We are excited to share the new interactive website for the Arid Zone Monitoring project: AridZoneMonitoring.org.au. The website allows users to explore the AZM data over time and space, and complements the information on the AZM project page on the Threatened Species Recovery Hub website.
The new website was built on a ShinyApp. It brings together all of the information collected by AZM project partners and showcases this work in a way that maintains data confidentiality whilst allowing the viewer to explore the information on desert wildlife.
We hope it will be a useful tool for Indigenous ranger groups to see how the data they collect fits into a bigger picture, and as a way to share stories about changes to desert country over time. Please check it out, and share with your networks, or anyone with an interest in desert country.