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Welcome to the Olympic National Park FieldScope

FieldScope is a National Geographic tool for exploring, sharing, and analyzing real-world data sets, including observations from students and scientists studying the world around them.


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    FieldScope requires the Adobe Flash Player. Download the flash player here

    FieldScope requires Flash version 10.2.0 or newer.

    NOTE: Apple's Mobile Safari browser on the iPhone and iPad does not support the Flash player. To use FieldScope on one of these devices, consider purchasing a third-party web browser that supports Flash, such as Puffin.


    FieldScope offers a suite of spatial datasets for you to explore related to life sciences, watershed studies, earth science, cultural history, and current environmental issues. Explore the Layer tab to turn on and off these layers of data.


    When you are viewing a map layer, click on the information icon to view the map legend.


    Manipulate the transparency of different layers using the sliding scale bar to look for patterns between one or more layers.


    Select the query tool and click on the map to return information about the layers at that specific point.


    You can switch between different base maps including a custom layer from National Geographic, streets, topographic, and satellite views.


    The student and professional scientist data layers show study locations.


    Clicking on an icon will show you the observations made at that location.


    To add your water quality data, weather data, or photos to the project you must first register an account and login.

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    Enjoy exploring the Olympic National Park FieldScope with NatureBridge project. Please share your feedback by emailing olympic.fieldscope@naturebridge.org. Thanks!