Yesterday we launched version 1.7 of SeaSketch. It's by far our biggest update since SeaSketch's launch in October. The headline feature of this update is of course the Survey Tools, but current administrators of SeaSketch projects will notice that there have been substantial changes made to the Users and Groups tab of the project dashboard.
On Thursday, October 25th, 2012, Will McClintock presented at the World Whale Conference in Brighton, England, discussed the use of SeaSketch for whale conservation.
An article by MIT student Dayna Rumore nicely describes how SeaSketch may be used to facilitate marine spatial planning (MSP).
Have you used Survey Monkey to create online surveys? Well, SeaSketch is about to have similar capabilities so that you can collect spatial information and generate new datasets.