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While the physical and mental health benefits of outdoor activity are well known, so are the potential hazards to people enjoying these activities. Three common concerns for hikers are insect stings, poison ivy, and bear encounters. AllergeNS is a tool to bring awareness to the potential hazards and accessibility to emergency services when out and about in Nova Scotia by integrating citizen scientist observations and hospital information.
Jessie Cluett: (right) I am an undergraduate Physics and Atmospheric Science student at Dalhousie University, originally from Russell, Ontario. I like making maps about storms. Favourite sport: Kan Jam®
Evan Muise: (middle) I am an undergraduate Environmental Science student at Dalhousie University, from Sackville, Nova Scotia. I like making maps about trees. Favourite sport: Washer toss.
Bay Berry: (left) I am an undergraduate Earth Science student at Dalhousie University, from Fall River, Nova Scotia. I like making maps about mud. Favourite sport: Excessive use of magenta Comic Sans (and hockey)