Hi, I am doing a citizen science project called herpmapper where it is just asking people to take and upload pictures of reptiles and amphibians around the area if you spotted some so that it can be shared with researchers or scientists who are concerned about the extinction of reptiles and ampphibians. It also shows the map distribution of where the photos were taken but does not tell the exact location because of possible endangered species purposes. I am having trouble creating a hypothesis about what could be tested in the future based on observational experience in spotting lizards and amphibians in your area. What about how the map distribution might tell what particular environment that the lizards are living in relation to the amount of abundance in terms of the amount of photos?
What could be a hypothesis that could be tested in the future based on the observational experience in data collection for the broader project? If so, would be some experimental designs? thank you!