Presenters – Posters

Posters are listed alphabetically by first author. Expanded details, including additional authors, presenting authors, and poster abstracts are available through the “View full abstract” link. Poster numbers are shown in parentheses and correspond to the conference program. Where provided, poster PDFs are available for download.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I-J | K | L | M | N | O | P-Q | R | S | T | U-V | W | X-Z


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Allee, Leslie L. et al. (III-9) Comparisons of ladybug data from US and UK citizen science programs and from scientific surveys Cost effectiveness, Accuracy, Coccinellidae, diversity
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Allen, T.O. et al. (III-16) Investigating Learning: The Citizen Science Program at the Urban Ecology Center science education, K-12 education, community science
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Andrews, Tracy J et al. (II-1) Pt. Gamble S’Klallam tribal resource conservation and restoration efforts: Linking indigenous knowledge and science community-based research, eco-cultural management, American Indian resource management
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Bamgbose, Oludayo (NA) Indigenous knowledge in addressing Climate Change in Nigeria, a Proposal, Prospects and Challenges Education, Environment
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Barbaro, Tracy et al. (II-26) Organizing, Sharing and Contributing Information About Life On Earth Research, Dissemination, Observations, Education
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Barnett, LoriAnne (III-19) USA-NPN Education Program: Experientially engaging youth and adults in research Nature’s Notebook, evaluation, lesson plans
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Baumgartner, Erin (II-17) Citizen Science provides multiple educational benefits to different types of learners Pre-Service Teachers, Science Literacy, Education
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Baxter, Jaimie R (NA) Citizen science of the Mt. Tamalpais Watershed: Observing the landscape’s history and future Outreach, Place-based education
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Belt, Jami et al. (II-27) Engaging citizen scientists in monitoring climate-change sensitive wildlife in Glacier National Park pikas, aquatic insects, common loons, invasive plants
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Bois, Sarah T. et al. (III-20) Invasive Plant Atlas of New England: Citizens and the science of invasive species detection species distribution database, invasive plants, IPANE
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Bonter, David N et al. (II-11) Data validation in citizen science: A case study from Project FeederWatch quality, data review, Project FeederWatch
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Bove, Fred et al. (III-1) The Great Sunflower Project – Engaging Members to Improve User Experience and Retention demographics, large scale, bees, phenology
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Braus, J. et al. (III-43) Tools of engagement: A toolkit for engaging people in conservation citizen engagement, conservation planning, open standards for practice of conservation, conservation behavior research, cultural diversity in conservation
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Brock, William et al. (I-27) Celebrating amphibian diversity at Crater Lake National Park BioBlitz, rough-skinned newt
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Bruner, Amanda M et al. (I-15) Science, social media and community partners as catalysts for action around emerging pollutants engagement, watersheds, chemistry, participatory design
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Burger, Susan E et al. (I-1) Promoting Partnerships Between Informal Science Education Institutions and Citizen Science: A Summer Workshop Experiance Professional Development, Evaluation, Networking, Methodologies, Opportunities
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Carter, Timothy L et al. (II-12) Indianapps: Connecting virtual and physical spaces for informal science education and data collection citizen, urban, ecology
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Chipault, Jennifer G. et al. (II-28) Year one of a citizen science monitoring network: Lake Michigan Volunteer AMBLE wildlife health, beaches
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Chmara-Huff, Fletcher P. et al. (I-2) Citizen science and geographic research: A study in political ecology Science Ethics, Knowledge Systems
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Clarke, Karl C. et al. (I-16) Program coordinators’ perceptions of effective national citizen science programs and their impacts: An exploratory study Effectiveness
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Cloyd, E.T. et al. (III-38) NCAnet: Building a network of networks to support the National Climate Assessment climate change, public participation, community of practice, partnerships, communicating science
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Coleman, Kimberly J et al. (II-29) Encouraging citizen science through service-learning: Lessons from forest health partnerships in Vermont Invasive Species, Asian Longhorn Beetle, Emerald Ash Borer, Higher Education
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Conrad, Dr. Cathy et al. (II-30) Community-Based Integrated Water Monitoring and Management in Nova Scotia, Canada: CURA H2O citizen science;, community development;, environmental education;, social justice
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Cooper, Caren B et al. (I-3) What types of bird watchers participate in the most citizen science projects? recreation, motivation
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Cousins, J.A. et al. (III-17) The practices, benefits and challenges of international volunteering as a mechanism for assisting conservation research social science methodology, scientific rigor, funding source, volunteer expectations, volunteer cultural preferences
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Crain, Rhiannon L (I-28) Exploring the potential of social tools to extend public participation: The YardMap Network mapping, conservation behavior, habitat, climate change
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Crawford, K. et al. (III-36) Integrating citizen science into science center programming museums, partnerships, ISE
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Crecelius, Sarah A. et al. (II-31) Examples of NASA Citizen Scientist opportunities: S’COOL ROVER cloud observations and Observe Your World Blog Cloud, Observations, ROVER, Education
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Crimmins, Theresa M. (II-32) Join the USA National Phenology Network in Tracking Climate Change Using Nature’s Notebook! program
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Crowley, Sarah E et al. (II-18) Participation at the poles: K-12 teachers in polar science for careers and classrooms outreach, Arctic, Antarctic, field experience
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Curren, David P (III-2) Identifying key elements to successful citizen science projects Design, Appeal
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Dean, Amy F et al. (III-10) LiMPETS: For students, long-term monitoring yields more than data. rocky intertidal, student, impact, science literacy
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Dean, Lacey R et al. (I-29) Backyard Biofuels: Using a citizen science-based approach to isolate microalgae with high lipid productivity Alternative fuels, Energy, Bio-prospecting
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DiBona, Pamela A et al. (III-11) Summer Science in New England: Ocean Education and Citizen Science for Campers career, intertidal, collaboration, regional
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Dixon, Colin et al. (III-18) Learning from PPSR Programs in Northern California: Examining Diverse Approaches to Develop Models and Collaborations participatory, engagement, environmental learning, social network, education research
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Doesken, Nolan et al. (I-30) Why CoCoRaHS works: The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network Precipitation, Climate, Weather
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Dosemagen, Shannon et al. (I-53) Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science: Civic science engagement through open technology development Do-It-Yourself, mapping, environmental monitoring
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Dresner, M et al. (II-34) Do Homeowner Native Yard Habitats Contribute to Urban Bio-Diversity? A New Citizen Science Project urban ecology, invasive species, voluntary conservation, food web functionality
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Duke, Danah et al. (II-35) Cowboys and Carnivores: An adaptive co-created citizen science success. conservation, community
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Elbroch, Mark et al. (I-17) The knowledge gradient: what is it and how can it be applied? data quality, local expert, South Africa
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Emmett, Kristen et al. (III-39) NatureBridge utilizes technology to collect, record and share real-world data in National Parks long term monitoring, phenology, online database, tablet computer
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Espinoza, Sarah (NA) Visualizing opportunities and impacts of citizen science environmental education infographic
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Evenden, Angela et al. (II-36) The California Phenology Project: a phenological monitoring network to track climate change impacts citizen science, land management, National Parks, USA National Phenology Network
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Fauver, Brian et al. (III-15) Efficacy of using citizen scientists for monitoring changes in vegetation after forest restoration restoration, monitoring, vegetation, fuels, citizen science
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Fowler, Jarrod M (I-31) Biocalendar foreshows winter moth hatch in Massachusetts, USA. biological control, Cyzenis albicans, phenocalendar, phenology
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Freitag, Amy E (II-2) Collaboratively defining the hydrosocial cycle of coastal North Carolina workshop, collaborative conceptual modeling, coproduction of knowledge, comanagement
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Fuccillo, Kerissa K. et al. (I-18) Patterns in forest plant phenology: Can citizen-scientists accurately assess phenological stages? citizen-science , data accuracy, evaluation, National Phenology Network
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Gallo, John A (III-3) Collaborative Conservation Planning and Management: an architecture, spatial decision support system, and online collaborative. adaptive management, data management
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Gauza, Rachel et al. (II-37) Enhancing the scientific, education, and conservation impact of FrogWatch USA chapters, data quality, online tool, volunteer satisfaction
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Gillis, Carole-Anne et al. (NA) Volunteer based Observations to understand the Growth, Persistence and Removal of Rock Snot Blooms Didymo, Volunteer Network, Invasive species Distribution, Scientific Data, Rock Snot
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Gliozzo, Gianfranco Antonino et al. (I-54) From education to action: how technology enables public participation in the context of environmental conservation Public Engagement , Augmented Reality, Games With A Purpose (GWAP), Participatory Mobile Sensing
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Goforth, Christine L. (III-34) Study of rarely-observed behaviors easier with citizen scientists: achieving results in the Dragonfly Swarm Project dragonfly swarms, insect behavior, online citizen science
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Gould, Rachelle K et al. (I-32) Does ‘ownership’ of a PPSR project impact volunteers’ experience? autonomy, control, quality of work
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Hadj-Chikh, Leila Z. (II-19) Surveying Sasquatches: Studying charismatic ‘mythofauna’ to understand the value and limitations of anecdotal data observer bias, rare species, wildlife survey, Internet-based survey
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Hammock, Jen et al. (II-9) When individual nature observations are combined on a global scale, what happens? opportunistic reports, feedback, networked observations, network analysis
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Henderson, Sandra et al. (III-21) NEON’s Project BudBurst: Citizen science for all seasons learning outcomes, phenology, data
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Hess, Dori L (I-33) To Monitor or Not to Monitor citizen science, adolescent volunteers, science outside of the classroom, no child left inside
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Higgins, Lila et al. (III-22) LA’s Urban Nature: Making citizen science central in the heart of Los Angeles community science, science education, habitat garden, making biodiversity studies relevant
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Holl, Sally L et al. (II-3) The current landscape of public participation in USGS science Federal government, Data integration, Citizen Science
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Holt, Hillary N (I-34) Effects of urbanization on birds of Oahu, Hawaii: Application of Audubon Christmas Bird Count data Volunteer Data, Land Use, Non-native species, Feeding Guilds
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Hughes-Wert, Melinda R. (II-4) Involving Volunteers in your Citizen Science Project seniors, youth, public, quality
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Hunt, Vanessa L et al. (II-38) Identification of sources of micro-plastic debris in the Puget Sound by citizen scientists watersheds, plastics, pre-service teacher, Higher education partnerships
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Hutchins, Karen et al. (I-4) Linking knowledge with action through municipality-university partnerships: Predicting interest and preferences for working in partnerships Environmental Communication, Trust, Problem Severity, Belief
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Jacobson, Susan K et al. (I-5) Motivation and retention in Florida wildlife volunteer programs needs, psychology, recruitment
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Jenkins, Lynda L. et al. (II-5) Connecting people and nature: Citizen science’s influence on science education in the Great Smoky Mountains humanistic science, place based education, informal education
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Johnson, Molly L et al. (II-39) The River Action League: Engaging citizens in support of maintaining Illinois River Valley water resources citizen science, watershed monitoring, informal science education
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Johnston-McIntosh, Marya et al. (II-40) Volunteer-based monitoring to inform ecological restoration at the Badger Army Ammunition Plant vegetation sampling, prairie/oak savanna restoration, non-profit
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Jordan, Rebecca C et al. (III-12) Key issues in evaluating citizen science learning outcomes science inquiry, resilience
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Kar Gupta, K. (III-42) Metering of water in a desert city: Changing lawns to waterwise landscape with citizen scientists waterwise landscape, citizen science, urban habitat, Fresno, water
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Kelly, Ashley R. (II-20) Hacking Science: Fukushima Dai-ichi and a global citizen science effort science, technology, and society studies, STS
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Kingfisher, Jen et al. (I-35) Micro-plastics monitoring in US Salish Sea micro-plastic debris,, beach sediment sampling,, gull bolus dissection
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Kirn, Sarah L. (II-41) Student participation in science research: A pathway to more effective K-12 science education? Inquiry, Next Generation Science Standards
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Klaus, Joshua J et al. (II-21) Evaluating the impact of a citizen-science marine-based experiential education program in Mexico Baja California Sur, marine conservation
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Knapp, Corrine N et al. (I-6) Bridging knowledge across scales for adaptation planning in Denali National Park conservation, subsistence, resilience, citizen science
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Knapstein, Rachel E et al. (II-22) Linking recreation and research: An evaluation of coral reef health monitoring data derived from volunteers Science, participatory, Hawaii
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Kobori, Hiromi et al. (I-36) Ecological significance of restored urban ponds revealed by citizen science in Yokohama, Japan industrial area, monitoring, ecological stepping stone, ecological network
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Kyle, Gerard T et al. (I-7) A Profile of National Geographic/National Park Service BioBlitz Participants Stewardship, volunteer motives
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Labbe, Jim et al. (I-37) Regreening Portland from the ground up Park-deficiency, Mapping, Diversity, Infrastructure
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Landosky, John M et al. (I-38) What Does X Mark in Spot Mapping? bird abundance estimation, direct observation, methods comparison, ovenbird Seiurus aurocapillus
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Laurencio, David E et al. (III-23) The Alabama Herpetological Atlas Project (AHAP): Past, present and future informal science, citizen science, biodiversity, conservation
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Laursen, Scott et al. (I-39) Teaching change: Plant phenology, climate change and citizen science at Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge Hawaii, Climate, Plants
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Levedahl, Katie et al. (I-8) Science action clubs: Engaging youth in authentic science experiences in out-of-school time afterschool, training, middle school , citizen science
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Logsdon, Rebecca A et al. (II-42) The Wabash Sampling Blitz: Engaging over 600 volunteers in water quality sampling stakeholders, watershed management
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Long, Jonathan W et al. (II-43) Outcomes and challenges of a tribal community science & traditional ecological knowledge program wetlands, evaluation, data management, indigenous
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Lowman, Meg et al. (III-35) Setting the stage for science: The Nature Research Center, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences science museum, informal STEM education, citizen science
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Lumpkin, Heather A et al. (II-6) Engaging 6-12 grade students and educators in field ecology research: best-practices for environmental education centers scientific process, student ecological investigations
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Martin, Karen L et al. (I-40) Citizen science affects public policy for the California Grunion, a beach spawning fish monitoring, coastal, international, multimedia
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Masi, Susanne et al. (I-41) Plants of Concern, a citizen science monitoring program in Chicago Wilderness since 2001 regional, threats, management
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Mast, Austin et al. (II-13) iDigBio and citizen science opportunities in biodiversity research specimen digitization iDigBio, Thematic Collections Networks, Citizen Science, Georeferencing
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McDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin (I-19) Citizen science above treeline: assessing volunteer plant identification skills alpine zone, quality control
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McElwee, Pam (III-24) Closing the diversity gap through Zoo Animal Presenters Conservation careers, Internships, Zoos, People of Color
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McGinity, Jim (I-42) Growing scientists: Citizen science in the K – 8 environment Service learning, Ecological restoration
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McGreavy, Bridie et al. (III-4) Planning for Resilience: Integrating citizen perspectives in a Conservation Action Planning process Social Ecological System, Knowledge-Action, Community Based Participatory Action, Qualitative methods
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McGreavy, Bridie et al. (I-20) Public Participation in a Sustainability Science Research Project: Perspectives on stakeholder engagement, partnerships and agency Transdisciplinary collaboration, Knowledge-Action, Mixed methods
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McLain, Rebecca et al. (II-44) Engaging Latino harvesters in ecosystem management: A pilot participatory mapping project on the Olympic Peninsula citizen science, participatory research
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Menninger, Holly L et al. (II-45) Making the invisible visual and personal: Engaging the public in microbiome research visualization, ecology, science communication
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Michener, William et al. (III-25) DataONE: Supporting the management of scientific data throughout its life cycle Data management, Data life cycle, Data integration, Infrastructure
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Miller, Anna B et al. (I-9) Community-based monitoring of tourism in protected areas: Typology of programs and preliminary review management, global
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Miller-Rushing, Abraham et al. (I-10) Participatory science as a means to integrate management, science, and education at Acadia National Park natural resource management, evaluation, Schoodic Education and Research Center, research learning centers
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Mullen, Karina C. et al. (III-5) Communicating climate change in National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges: The promise of citizen engagement qualitative, interviews
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Nez Perce, Ina et al. (III-26) Using traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) to assess ecological and community impacts associated with energy development. Risk Assessment, lifeways, environmental stressors
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Nolan, Jeri (II-7) Engaging an entire underrepresented community in citizen science model, evaluation
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Norris, Kathleen (I-43) Integrating Permaculture Design Principles into the Research Design and Completion Process Interdisciplinary, Theory
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Nyssa, Zoe (III-6) Collaborative practices in conservation science: An analysis of research partnerships and public participation Social science, Networks
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Omanga, Eunice A. et al. (NA) Industrial Pollution in Rural Kenya: Awareness & Perception of Risk Can Inform Health Policy Developing Country, Community Based Participatory Research, Health Correlates
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Ouimet, Chantal et al. (I-21) Nested monitoring methods: A graded approach to expertise development and long-term monitoring methodological development,, Arctic vegetation,, method repeatability,, science outreach
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Parrish, Julia K et al. (III-13) Practice Makes Perfect: The Link Between Learning and Doing Seabirds, coast, COASST
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Pattengill-Semmens, Christy V (III-27) Diving for data: the REEF Volunteer Fish Survey Project marine, conservation , management, database
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Philippoff, Joanna et al. (III-14) An analysis of common student technical errors in field data collection Error factors, Monitoring study
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Phillips, Tina B et al. (I-22) The motivational basis of participating in citizen science: Relative autonomy is very important learning and engagement, Self-Determination Theory, motivation, Great Backyard Bird Count
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Plumb, Sally A. et al. (II-46) A call to action: BioDiversity Discovery in the national parks all taxa biodiversity inventory, stewardship, National Park Service
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Prestopnik, Nathan et al. (I-55) Motivating citizen scientists with a classification game species classification, motivation, data quality
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Prysby, Michelle D (I-44) Virginia Master Naturalists: A ready team of citizen science volunteers state agencies, community-based
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Ramirez-Andreotta, Monica D. et al. (I-45) Gardenroots: A Citizen Science Program to Empower Communities Neighboring Contamination Risk Communication, Vegetables, Rural Community, Superfund Site
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Reed, Jason T et al. (II-23) Classifying key design features of virtual citizen science projects Virtual citizen science, Usability
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Reis, Anne et al. (I-46) Partners in citizen science: Urban Ecology Center and CitSci.org address data management, quality and stewardship volunteers, monitoring
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Ries, Leslie et al. (I-47) North American Butterfly Monitoring Network: Promoting participation in butterfly research, scientific discovery and education Insect, Continent-scale monitoring
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Roetman, Philip EJ et al. (I-11) Increasing knowledge and changing behaviour through citizen science: Positive results from an Australian wildlife program evaluation, questionnaire, reporting, results
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Rotman, Dana et al. (II-10) Content Curation Communities: the challenges of bringing together scientists and citizen scientists Social integration, Informational integration Online communities
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Rotman, Dana et al. (III-7) Will you help me with this project? Motivating volunteers to participate in citizen science projects Mass collaboration, Crowdsourcing, Ecology
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Rowden, John (II-47) Citizen science monitoring in an urban estuary: Lessons learned in New York City’s Jamaica Bay Surveys, Horseshoe Crabs
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Ruscher, Paul (II-48) The importance of publicly-contributed weather data to the professional meteorologist mesoscale, ham-radio, NOAA, microclimate
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Sakurai, Ryo et al. (NA) University students’ awareness and behavioral intentions regarding citizen science activities in Japan behaviors, participation in scientific research, students
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Schemmel, Eva M et al. (III-28) Community Based Marine Resource Management in the Hawaiian Islands: Development of Traditional Moon Calendars Fisheries Management, Seasonality
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Schloss, Annette L et al. (I-56) Digital Earth Watch and picture posts: Measuring the environment through digital images change-over-time, phenology, camera, landscape
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Schmidt, Natalie R et al. (I-23) Missed opportunities in PPSR programs: Meeting the goals of education and data collection biodiversity, meta analysis
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Schoen, Jerry et al. (I-48) The river’s calendar: Connecting anglers to environmental changes in stream phenology aquatic, climate, temperature
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Seltzer, Carrie E et al. (II-24) Lessons learned from evaluating a citizen science pilot study Survey, Urban, Pollinators
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Semlick, Jill (III-29) Teachers as watershed researchers: connecting educators with current research conservation research, training, watershed science
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Shandas, Vivek et al. (I-12) Humanizing the Pixel: Expanding the participatory processes in conservation through online mapping People of color, Local knowledge, Collaborative governance
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Shirazi, Aida et al. (I-49) Afghan immigrant women’s breast health knowledge and behaviors Prevention, culture, language, religion
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Smedley, Scott R. et al. (I-24) Crowd sourcing: Citizen scientists analyze wildlife monitoring camera images via an on-line database composting, camera traps, participant training, participant proficiency
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Smyth, Rebecca R et al. (III-30) The Lost Ladybug Project: New discoveries. participant motivations, scientific data
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Soller, Kyle et al. (I-57) Pilot makes perfect: Creating a multi-phased model for student research ethology, ecology, technology, long-term
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Sparrow, Elena B et al. (I-50) Students around the world participate in scientific research in different fields of investigations phenology, atmosphere, cryosphere, mosquitoes
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Stepenuck, K et al. (II-25) Insights from a survey of volunteer water monitoring program leaders across the nation program objectives, program challenges, extension connections, scope of programs, water monitoring
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Stepenuck, K et al. (III-41) Supporting water quality monitoring efforts throughout the USA extension volunteer monitoring network, quality assurance and quality control, volunteer management, presenting data effectively, managing data
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Stevenson, Robert D (III-31) Counting migrating herring in Massachusetts: Community involvement drives conservation efforts anadromous fish populations, New England, watershed associations, conservation efforts
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Strickland, Jessica D et al. (I-25) Creating a successful citizen science model to detect and report invasive species species occurrence, early detection
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Stylinski, CD et al. (III-37) Engaging Appalachian citizens in restoring American chestnuts chestnut blight, ecosystem-niche model, native species, online mapping
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Sullivan, Steven M et al. (II-49) Project Squirrel: Exploring squirrels, people and their shared environment urban, all ages, year-round, ecology
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Switzer, Anna C et al. (II-14) National Geographic FieldScope: Online mapping for PPSR investigation analysis, evaluation, geographic reasoning
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Tapia, Washington et al. (I-13) Development of a Participatory Environmental Monitoring Program for Galapagos residents, management, decision-making, ecotourism
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Taron, Douglas J et al. (II-50) Using citizen-collected butterfly data to detect population trends in Illinois Pollard Transect, Prairie
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Thomas, Carolyn L. et al. (III-32) Citizen water quality monitors, college students and community leadership: Benefits for stakeholders including scientists water quality, lake, reservoir, trophic status
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Trimboli, Shannon R. et al. (II-51) Engaging 7th grade students in hydrological research associated with an underground river in Mammoth Cave Gifted students, Mammoth Cave National Park, Middle school students, Mammoth Cave International Center for Science and Learning
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Tyson, Elizabeth et al. (II-15) A mobile system for community based natural resource monitoring: A case study in Chiapas, Mexico REDD+, Payment for Ecosystem Services, Community Monitoring Methods , Conservation Technology
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Vogt, Jessica M et al. (II-52) Engaging high school students in urban tree growth research tree planting, nonprofit organizations, Indianapolis, urban ecology
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Waetjen, David P et al. (I-26) Statewide Wildlife Observation Systems Transportation Policy, Roadkill
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Wahl, Veronica et al. (I-51) UNIBUG: The user network for insect biology in the urban garden Sustainable gardening, Sustainable pest management
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Waldstein, Ariane et al. (I-52) The red-headed woodpecker recovery project: Citizen science in the oak savanna of Minnesota Habitat, Nesting, Prescribed Burning
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Wallace, RD et al. (III-44) Invasive species info, apps, and maps brought to you by Bugwood, the makers of Invasive.org citizen scientists, early detection and rapid response, identification, education, collaboration
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Wang, Yiwei (II-16) Teaching people to ‘like’ science: using Facebook to promote scientific discovery and exploration social media, wildlife biology, outreach, urban ecology
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Weiner, Brendan (II-53) Adventurers and scientists for conservation: Engaging citizens, building partnerships, improving science community engagement, environmental conservation, international
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Weltzin, Jake F et al. (II-33) The USA National Phenology Network: Providing capacity for science, resource management and education national-scale, network of networks, education and outreach, programmatic platform
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West, Sarah E et al. (II-8) Citizen science in England. Lessons learnt from a 4 year project. engagement, categorising, evaluation
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Whitbeck, Julie L (III-8) Help Wanted: National Park seeks guides to help develop citizen science program natural resource management, hydrology, landscape, Barataria Preserve
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Wilkinson, Nicholas J et al. (II-54) From the oceans to Mars: Opportunities and results from two online citizen science activities astrobiology, fisheries, mapping, Web
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Windleharth, Travis W. et al. (II-55) Crowdsourcing rock breaking: The Stonerose Interpretive Center public fossil collecting program collecting, digging, shale, labor
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Winton, D et al. (III-40) Coral reef conservation: Championing the role of citizen scientists marine research, Earthwatch Institute, public understanding of science, survey technique, ecosystem based approach
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Wyld, Jennifer N. (I-14) Lessons from the Maker community: How DIY is transforming learning engagement, autonomy, STEM
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Young , Alison N et al. (III-33) New directions in planning for citizen science at the California Academy of Sciences Strategic planning, Natural history collections, Tiered involvement, Species distributions, Biodiversity research
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