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Chandra Clarke
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    This guest post is by Parker Muzzerall, of Swim Drink Fish. What is Swim Guide? Created in 2011 by Swim Drink Fish Canada, Swim Guide is an international recreational water quality and beach information service available for free on iOS, Android, and…
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Project: Hush City With the Hush City app, you are an active part of a soundscape and citizen science research project to map and evaluate everyday quiet areas. Our cities are becoming noisier by the hour. Only in Europe, over 125 million people are…
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This is a guest post by Van Nguyen, Marie Curie PhD fellow (University Paris Descartes) Collective intelligence, crowdsourcing and citizen science are changing science. We are very much interested in your experience with collective intelligence,…
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This is a guest post by Mike Hotchkiss of Raspberry Boom Everyone loves gadgets and as technology advances there is always something new that gets people excited. The Raspberry Pi single board computer is probably one of the most fun and flexible devices…
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Today’s guest post is by Michelle Neil. It’s hard to believe that it has been more than a month since the 2nd Australian Citizen Science Association Conference, #CitSciOz18 in Adelaide, South Australia. For six days I was constantly on the go – averaging…
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This week, a guest post by Karen Laberee & Dr. Colin Ferster Citizen scientists fill the void when regular methods of data collection are insufficient. Bicycling safety is one area where traditional data are lacking. In Vancouver, Canada only 30% of…
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The Self-Made City – Advancing Collaborative Relationships between Resident and Municipality

Today we have a guest post by from Magdalena Pawlowicz of Geme.io. Apps are revolutionizing residents’ ability to occupy more prominent roles in how communities are shaped and developed. Crowdsourcing, at its base, gathers inputs (names, money,…
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Project: Instant Wild Ever heard of camera traps? These fully-automated motion-sensitive devices have always been an important tool for wildlife conservation organizations. But it wasn’t until November 2011, and the launch of the Instant Wild App by…
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Project: EyesOnALZ / Stall Catchers Alzheimer’s is a terrible disease, robbing many people of quality of life in their final years; it also puts a tremendous burden on family members and caregivers. A new citizen science initiative hopes to change that.…
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Project: Vermont Vernal Pool Monitoring Project (VPMon) The Vermont Center for Ecostudies (VCE), based in Norwich, VT is kicking off a new citizen science project – the Vermont Vernal Pool Monitoring Project or VPMon. Vernal pools are small, seasonal…
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