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Discover Science and Engineering is calling on young detectives to track the emerging signs of spring across Ireland.

17th February, 2013
Greenwave is a citizen science project that is enrolling primary school students to observe spring's arrival.

Green sleuthing

Discover Science and Engineering is calling on young detectives to track the emerging signs of spring across Ireland. Greenwave is a citizen science project that is enrolling primary school students to observe spring's arrival in the form of sightings of swallows, frogs, primrose, ash and other species, as well as logging rainfall and temperature.

The results will be recorded on greenwave.ie and used to create a living map of spring's bloom across the...

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