Science For Citizens
Digests from the front lines of citizen science. Reporters illuminate the people and ideas behind the hundreds of fascinating citizen science projects aggregated on this blog's parent site, http://www.scienceforcitizens.net . Meet the researchers and the volunteers working with them to change how science gets done. Learn about their project. Then get involved in advancing scientific research!
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This week on The Pulse and SciStarter’s segment about citizen science, producer Kimberly Haas speaks with Dan Duran, who is running a project that monitors the elusive Elaphrus beetle to monitor stream health. Read WHYY’s related blog post to learn more. Here’s an excerpt: Dan Duran, assistant professor in Drexel University’s Department of Biodiversity, Earth […]Find more posts like Citizen Science on the Radio: WHYY Features Dan Duran’s Drexel Elaphrus […]
Help scientists monitor the phytoplankton population in oceans with a secchi disk and the secchi app. Want more marine-themed citizen science projects? We’ve got you covered! Marine ecosystems, like all ecosystems, are made of complex food webs. The most abundant part of a marine food web is microbial plankton. Phytoplankton are very important, as they are responsible […]Find more posts like Secchi App: Tracking Phytoplankton with the Push of a Button [GUEST POST] by Rae […]
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