Guide to Citizen Science - developing, implementing and evaluating citizen science to study biodiversity and the environment in the UK
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Updated Oct. 26, 2021, 12:21 a.m.
Over the past decade, there has been a rapid increase in the diversity and scale of citizen science. This guide aims to support people already involved in citizen science, and those new to it, within the UK. It is based on detailed information gathered and analysed as part of the UK-EOF funded project “Understanding Citizen Science & Environmental Monitoring”, which semi-systematically reviewed 234 projects and included 30 case studies (Roy et al., 2012). It will help you to design and implement a citizen science project relating to biodiversity or the environment.
|Authors:||J Tweddle; L Robinson; H Roy; M Pocock;|
|Publisher:||Natural History Museum and NERC Centre for Ecology & Hydrology for UK-EOF|
|Year of publication:||2012|