What are some citizen science projects?

What are some citizen science projects?

Observe Wildlife Anywhere. Photograph plants, animals, and other organisms on your own or as part of a BioBlitz.

  • Measure Night-Sky Brightness.
  • Search Space.
  • World Monitoring Day.
  • Bird Census.
  • Bird Watch.
  • Monitor Bird Nests.
  • Count Birds.
  • Where can I find a citizen science fair project?

    Search CitizenScience.gov Catalog for projects supported or managed by EPA and other federal agencies.

    What are citizen science apps?

    7 amazing citizen science apps

    • EDDMapS Ontario. Price: Free. Platform: iPhone, Android.
    • iNaturalist. Price: Free. Platform: iPhone, Android.
    • Leafsnap. Price: Free.
    • Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas. Price: Free.
    • eBird. Price: Free.
    • Journey North. Price: Free.
    • Bumble Bee Watch. Price: Free.

    Can you get paid for citizen science?

    The salaries of Citizen Scientists in the US range from $44,640 to $153,810 , with a median salary of $82,150 . The middle 60% of Citizen Scientists makes $82,150, with the top 80% making $153,810.

    How many citizen science projects are there?

    There are more than 3,000 active and searchable global citizen science projects listed on the SciStarter website.

    Can anyone be a citizen scientist?

    Specifically, citizen science is when the public voluntarily helps conduct scientific research. Citizen scientists may design experiments, collect data, analyze results, and solve problems. Anyone can be a citizen scientist, regardless of where they’re from.

    Can you name one citizen science project and or mobile app?

    Cyber Citizens has four apps in beta: Beach Health Monitor, Lichen AQ (Air Quality), Mushroom Mapper and Ethnographer. In addition, the Web site SciStarter lists more than 600 active citizen science projects around the world, one third of which are powered by mobile apps.

    What can citizen science contribute to the EU Environment?

    Citizen science already contributes to monitoring the implementation of EU environmental legislation and progress on international commitments such as the United Nations sustainable development goals (SDGs).

    What is the purpose of the citizen science platform?

    The vision for the platform is to serve as a Knowledge Hub and to become the European reference point for citizen science in aid of its mainstreaming. and the FAQ! what can you find here? Check out our events calendar, blog and forum!

    Can citizen science data be used for official environmental monitoring?

    However, despite an increasing amount of citizen science data and activities, in practice citizen science data are not (yet) used widely for official environmental monitoring (especially as for some areas the data is not on par with scientifically more elaborate monitoring equipment) and reporting.

    What are examples of good practice in citizen science?

    Examples of good practice are also demonstrating the added value of citizen science in monitoring and policy-making in the areas of air pollution and waste/litter.