Ice Worm Survey : Mountaineers, Hikers, Skiers, Anyone else on glaciers.
Ice-worms are a relatively simple organism to search for and they are common in some Pacific coastal ranges (Olympics, Kenai) and absent in others (e.g., Juneau Icefield). It would be especially useful to know where people see them, with a GPS location and a digital photo of the worm and where it’s at, say cross glacier. That’d be simple enough that even a mountaineer could do it; however, while most alpinists carry cameras, few carry GPS, so a glacier name or map location and an altitude would be sufficient. And an actual ice worm in ethanol would be ideal, so long as there is accurate location information. Even a photo of a finger on the map would suffice.