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Thursday, May 18 • 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Lunch & Poster Session #1

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Posters will be available for viewing from 7:00am Thursday - 7:30pm Friday. There will be two Poster Sessions during the main conference: Poster Session #1 (P1) will be on Thursday from 12:45pm – 1:45pm; and Poster Session #2 (P2) on Friday from 1:00pm – 2:00pm. The following authors will stand by their posters during P1:

How Illinois RiverWatch Physical and Biological Stream Data Are Used to Conserve Streams
Matthew Young - The National Great Rivers Research & Education Center

Citizen Science (In the Garden!): Engaging Extension Master Gardeners in Research
Brooke Edmunds - Oregon State University Extension

Citizen SciGirls: Transmedia and Research to Encourage Girls in STEM
Sarah Carter - SciGirls/Twin Cities PBS

Educating & Energizing Volunteers by Measuring D.C.'s Trees
Arielle Conti - Casey Trees

Bringing Citizen Science into the Backcountry: Emerging Best Practices to Engage Outdoor...
Anya Tyson - University of Vermont

From Growing Season to Fire Season: When the California Phenology Project Met Wildfire
Alexandra Weill - University of California, Davis

Contribution of Citizen Science and Community Based Monitoring Towards International Biodiversity Monitoring
Mark Chandler - Earthwatch Institute

Citizen Science and Community Engagement in Our National Parks
Kris Barnes - National Park Service - Biological Resources Division

Eels as Educators: Engaging Minority Students in Environmental Science Through Participation in...
Rhea Esposito - Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative: Building an Interstate Water Monitoring Cooperative
Lea Rubin - Izaak Walton League of America

Citizen Science Monitoring of Marine Protected Areas: Case Studies and Recommendations for...
Jan Freiwald - Reef Check California

Citizens for the Control of Biological Invasions: Engaging Through Game-based Training, Checking Through eDNA
Eduardo Dopico - University of Oviedo

20 Years of Evaluation of the Iowater Monitoring Program
Mary Skopec - Iowa Lakeside Laboratory

Cochrane Crowd and Cochrane Classmate: Learning by Doing in a Win-Win Innovation for Evidence-based Medicine
Susanna Wisniewski - Cochrane Dementia & Cognitive Improvement Group

Fostering Collaboration Among Biology, Environmental Studies, and Teacher Education Undergraduates Through...
Colleen Hitchcock - Brandeis University

Happywhale: Give Us Your Whale Photos and We'll Make You Part of the Story - Using Cit Sci to Describe Global Whale Populations
Ted Cheeseman - Happywhale

Contributions to Publications and Management Plans from 7 Years of Citizen Science...
Stan Rullman - Earthwatch Institute

Assessing and Improving Citizen Science Data Quality in Biological Surveys: Insights Synthesized Across...
Hannah Specht - University of Minnesota

Engaging English Language Arts and Science Teachers in Fostering Students' Civic Engagement for Addressing Climate Change
Richard Beach - University of Minnesota

Bat Power - How Teamwork and Community Engagement Are Helping the Florida Bonneted Bat
Brendan O'Connor - Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission

A Citizen Science Approach to Biomedical Literature Mining and Biocuration
Ginger Tsueng - The Scripps Research Institute

“Counting Fish Is My Yoga": Evaluating the Social and Educational Impacts of a River Herring Citizen...
Meghna Marjadi - Ohio State University

Citizen Science as a Strategy to Grow Public Engagement in Conservation
Sharon Tatem - Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission

Bioretention Ponds and Basins as 'Natural Areas' and Sources for Citizen Science
Jeffrey Depew - Webster University and EarthDesigns

Collaboratively Sharing Citizen Science and Traditional Science Data in an Open and Sustainable Online Environment
Yurong He - University of Maryland

Fishing the European Citizen Science Diversity
Susanne Hecker - Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research/German Centre for integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig

Co-created Practice in Citizen Science: Lessons Learned from Other Disciplines
Jade Cawthray-Syms - University of Dundee

Combining Citizen Science and Traditional Remote Sensing Techniques for Flood Disaster Response
Avinoam Baruch - Loughborough University

Evaluating Science Outcomes in Citizen Science
Jonathan Brier - University of Maryland

Caller ID: How to Engage Citizen Scientists with Bioacoustics to Find an Elusive Australian Bird
Jessie Cappadonna - Queensland University of Technology

CrowdWater
Barbara Strobl - University of Zurich

Citizen Scientists Influencing Forest Invasive Species Management in Minnesota
Dawn Littleton - University of Minnesota Extension

Wasp Watchers: Collaborative EAB Biosurveillance
Jennifer Schultz - University of Minnesota Extension

Development and Implementation of Relatable Citizen Science Programs to Engage and Empower Diverse Audiences to...
Curtis Bennett - National Aquarium

Data Quality in Citizen Science: Applying Technology to Assess and Analyze Volunteer Participation in...
Cassandra Davis - Aquarium of the Pacific

CitSciScribe: Meeting the Needs of Natural History Collections One Transcription at a Time
Gabriela Hogue - North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

Camera Traps in the Classroom: Creating Authentic Learning Opportunities for Students While Gathering Valuable...
Rachael Polmanteer - Wake Forest Middle School

Following the Pathways of Plastic Litter - What`s the Impact on K-12 Students` Environmental Awareness and...
Katrin Kruse - Kiel University

GLOBE Observer: Bridging Students, Scientists, and Citizens
Kristen Weaver - SSAI, Inc./NASA Earth Science Education Collaborative

Citizen Science Along Urban-wild Gradients to Study Animal Adaptation in the Anthropocene
Roland Kays - North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences & NC State University

Gardenroots: Building a Culture of Health in the Green Through Environmental Public Health Citizen Science
Monica Ramirez-Andreotta - University of Arizona

Candid Critters State Wide Citizen Science Camera Trap Project
Roland Kays - North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences & NC State University

Benefits and Setbacks of Adopting Sensor Technologies in Volunteer Monitoring
Arielle Gerstein - Environmental Protection Agency

Environmental and Social Justice Investigations Featuring Citizen Science Data
Rebecca Boger - Brooklyn College

Aurorasaurus - Three Examples of Blurring Disciplines Across Space Science Through Public Participation
Elizabeth MacDonald - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Citizen Science, Environmental Outreach and Water Quality
Ibrahim Goodwin - US EPA

How Is Citizen Science Organized?
Claudia Goebel - European Citizen Science Association

Age and Gender Representation in BikeMaps.org
Colin Ferster - University of Victoria

Building the SciBridge Between Africa and the U.S
Christopher Boggs - North Carolina State University

Building Environmental Intelligence: Solutions to Barriers in Monitoring Program Integration
Peter Tango - USGS

Evaluation of a Long-term Volunteer Stream Monitoring Program to Insure a Sustainable Future
Peggy Compton - University of Wisconsin-Extension

Voluntourism or Real Science? Ethics and Challenges on Volunteer Field Expeditions on Citizen Science Projects
Sandro Von Matter - Federal Rural University of Rio

Beyond Monitoring: Expanding the Role of Citizen Science in Pollinator Conservation
Susan Carpenter - University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum

Embracing Citizen Science as a Federal Agency
Rachael Graham

"Get 'em Explorin' While They're Young": Training the Next Generation of Citizen Scientists from Educators' Perspectives
Aerin Benavides - University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Comparing Estimates by Citizen Scientists and Professionals: Owl Limpet Sizes and Sea Star Abundances in...
Emily Gottlieb - Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History

Globe at Night: Many Hands Make Light Work
Constance Walker - National Optical Astronomy Observatory

A Year of Project Evaluation: Using the Port Townsend Marine Science Center Rubric at the Natural...
Richard Smart - Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Creating a Science Team: Learning, Motivation, and Identity in COASST
Erika Frost - COASST/University of Washington

Laying the Groundwork for Effective Citizen Science Collaborations in Management Contexts
Jennifer Shirk - Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Exploring Citizen Science and Learning Through iSpotnature.org
Janice Ansine - The Open University

Citizen sciences as reflexive, contextual social movements
Priya Vallabh - Rhodes University

Master Naturalist Programs and Citizen Science - A Natural Match
Sabrina Drill - University of Californa Cooperative Extension

Enhancing Scientific Literacy Through Citizen Science
Zoe Nelson - University of Wyoming

Charismatic Mini-fauna Connect Citizen Scientists to Air and Water Pollution Issues in National Parks...
Sarah Nelson - University of Maine

Tourist Science in Denali National Park and Preserve
Heather Fischer - Arizona State University

Project CRYSTAL: How Do We Restore Our State Park?
Jennifer Long - Center for Environmental Biology

The Island County Marine Resources Committee’s citizen science activities
Barbara Bennett, Island County Marine Resources Committee

Partners for Impact
Rick Bonney...


Thursday May 18, 2017 12:15pm - 1:45pm
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