Citizen Science

Information on Citizen Science and a collection of Citizen Science projects to get involved in. With a particular focus on those which are family friendly and are able to be participated in by those living in South Australia.
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The Lost Ladybug Project is a citizen science project going on all over the country. Kids can search, identify, and post pictures of ladybugs in your own backyard.

The Lost Ladybug Project is a citizen science project going on all over the country. Kids can search, identify, and post pictures of ladybugs from the school yard or their backyards.

Sketchnotes from Creative Citizens 2014 "Citizen Science" (Drawn By Makayla Lewis) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Sketchnotes from Creative Citizens 2014 "Citizen Science" (Drawn By Makayla Lewis) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

YardMap | YardMap is a citizen science project designed to cultivate a richer understanding of bird habitat, for both professional scientists and people concerned with their local environments.

Yard Map - a free, social, interactive, citizen science mapping project about habitat creation and low-impact land use

Citizen Science: 14 Ways Your Family Can Explore and Document Wildlife in Your Own Backyard ~ Eco-novice

Citizen Science: 14 Ways Your Family Can Explore and Document Wildlife in Your Own Backyard ~ Eco-novice

#Hurricane Island is a fan of the Citizen Science initiative that is happening across the country and around the world.

Island is a fan of the Citizen Science initiative that is happening across the country and around the world.

Find out ways you can help current research about migratory connectivity through various citizen science projects. These projects need public volunteers to help collect data. There are projects for all ages and levels of interest. For more information check out the Migratory Connectivity Project (MCP) website!

A stable isotope. It's better to just check out the Migratory Connectivity Project (MCP) website to learn more on another technology being used today in research projects on migratory connectivity!

A Scientist's Guide to Citizen Science.... A way for amateurs to help/contribute to scientific projects: counting lobsters, collecting weather data, determinating spread of exotic species, so much more..

A Scientist's Guide to Citizen Science

A Scientist's Guide to Citizen Science. A way for amateurs to help/contribute to scientific projects: counting lobsters, collecting weather data, determinating spread of exotic species, so much more.

Placing citizens at the heart of citizen science (Michelle Kilfoyle and Hayley Birch): Citizen science isn't new, but new mobile technologies open up huge potential benefits for science, society and the environment.

Placing citizens at the heart of citizen science

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