What happens to the research data I collect and the conservation work I do during the expedition?
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We pride ourselves in our scientific output. Within six to twelve months of the end of your 2-week expedition or 1-week project, you will receive a report with full details on all conservation work done, the data collected, how this information was used and what the results were. This report will be made available to the public, the scientific community and relevant decision-makers in an effort to let the objects of your study and as many people as possible benefit from the work you have done. Where applicable, results will also be published in scientific journals. The report will also contain a detailed budget on how exactly your contribution was spent. So within a year at most, everything will come full circle for you and you will be able to see how your support on the two main levels of data collection and funding has made a difference.