Citizen Science

Citizen science plays a critical role in involving the public in scientific research and environmental conservation.

Citizen science: creating an inclusive, global network for conservation

One by one he navigated through a sequence of screens that enabled him to capture the information that described his observation and interpretation of the rhino tracks and signs.

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Tracking science: a way to include more people in producing knowledge

The term “citizen science” is intended to widen the network of people whose contribution to science is acknowledged. But the word “citizen” can be problematic.

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Getting Back on Track

The heirs to a cultural history brutally interrupted by colonialism and apartheid are relearning the skills of their forebears in the red dunes of the Kgalagadi

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Tracking Science: An Alternative for Those Excluded by Citizen Science

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Smartphone Icon User Interface design for non-literate trackers and its implications for an inclusive citizen science

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Citizen scientists reveal nationwide trends and drivers in the breeding activity of a threatened bird, the malleefowl.

Indigenous communities play a vital role in monitoring and managing biodiversity, as well as scientific research.

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