Brooke Carson-Ewart ADMIN October 20, 2010
Thankyou to all of our contributors so far! Photos here are displayed on our International Year of Biodiversity 2010 website, where you can add stories, share video and follow our Twitter feed. While you are there check out our new MonkeyMe interactive and create a fun photo of you as a monkey, a fish, a possum, a flyinf fox or a snail!
|Title||Author||Replies||Last Replier||Latest Post|
|Where are my photos?||Malcolm NQPRO||1||bronwynkingPRO||6 years ago|
|Change to group rules and posting limits||ondine-evans||0||ondine-evans||6 years ago|
|Automation of photo display on our IYOB site||ondine-evans||5||ondine-evans||6 years ago|
Group DescriptionThis group is linked to the International Year of Biodiversity 2010 website, a joint venture between the Australian Museum and the Council of Australasian Museum Directors (CAMD). This project includes museums across Australia working with people and communities to discover, celebrate and promote biodiversity, and encourage participation in biodiversity events all around the country.
Images from this group will be pulled across to the International Year of Biodiversity 2010 website using a Flickr tool. They will not be altered in any way.
The International Year of Biodiversity 2010 website is intended to be a ‘biodiversity hub’ for events in Australia. The site allows you to promote your biodiversity news and events, share your stories and ideas.
Biodiversity is the variety of all living things; the different plants, animals and micro organisms, the genetic information they contain and the ecosystems they form. Biodiversity is usually explored at three levels – genetic diversity, species diversity and ecosystem diversity. These three levels work together to create the complexity of life on Earth.
Group Rules1. By joining this group, you are agreeing to allow the International Year of Biodiversity 2010 third party, not-for-profit website to display your photos in an image gallery at . The images will be pulled across to the International Year of Biodiversity 2010 website using a Flickr tool. They will not be altered in any way.
2. Images must be of living things in their natural or adapted environments and can include animals, plants etc which illustrate the concept of biodiversity in some way.
3. No more than 100 images per individual photographer to be added to group - so choose only your best photos!
- Members can post 100 things to the pool.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art
- Accepted safety levels: Safe