Database from citizen science project "Fangstjournalen"
Upon registration participants are encouraged to fill out entries that support with information about demographics (postal code, gender, age) and angling characteristics (e.g. experience, preferred fishing types, importance of angling as a hobby). This information combined with GPS of fishing sites can provide information about travel patterns. See CSV file for more information about data that is being collected.
See a popular introduction to the Citizen Science project Fangstjournalen here.
The project is primarily funded by the Danish Rod and Net Fish License funds.The project have also received funding from "UDlodningsmidler", the European Commission’s Data Collection Framework (DCF) and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) and The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark via the project “Affairs of Denmark Recreational fisheries-screening and historic data (REFISH)”.
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- Tourism Economics
- Urban and Regional Economics
- Marine Biology
- Freshwater Ecology
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- Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing not elsewhere classified
- Computer Software
- Database Management
- Web Technologies (excl. Web Search)
- Programming Languages
- Impacts of Tourism
- Tourism Management
- Sport and Leisure Management
- Recreation, Leisure and Tourism Geography
- Fisheries Management
- Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Conservation and Biodiversity