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Friday, May 19 • 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Lunch & Poster Session #2

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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 P2:

The Benefits of a Statewide Citizen-based Monitoring Network
Eva Lewandowski - Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Using Citizen Science in Environmental Science Curricula to Foster Student Engagement and Develop a Sense of Place
Kevyn Juneau - University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Secondary School Rubrics for Citizen Science Projects: A Proposal and a Field Experiment with 5 Different Citizen Science Projects
Josep Perelló - Universitat de Barcelona

Sink or Swim: New Endeavors in Citizen Science for AIS Management
Megan Weber - University of Minnesota Extension

Signs of the Seasons: Working with Citizen Scientists and Research Partners in New England to Compare Current...
Esperanza Stancioff - University of Maine Cooperative Extension

The CoCoRaHS Comment Readers Club: Empowering Citizen Scientists to Become Citizen Data Analysts
Noah Newman - CoCoRaHS

Monitoring Invasive Species Through a Coordinated 'AIS Snapshot Day'
Paul Skawinski - UW-Extension Lakes Program

Photographs Contain Visual Data - and Were Used to Document 3500 Nectar Plants That Attract and Feed US Butterflies...
Susan Dunlap - Aerulean

Inspiring Young Students Through Experiential Learning in the Field
Lauren Jonaitis - Bowling Green State University

The Informal Educator's Guide: Blending Citizen Science with Existing Professional Responsibilities
Erica Prange - Cleveland Museum of Natural History

What Does Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Look Like in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed?
Lea Rubin - Izaak Walton League of America

Linking Air Quality Data and Community Member Observations to Better Understand Complex Problems
Ashley Collier - University of Colorado, Boulder

Untapped: Accessing Cooperative Extension to Strengthen Connections Between Citizen Science and Community Decision-Making
Malin Clyde - University of New Hampshire Extension

The Role of Citizen Science and Stewardship: A Case Study of Two Urban Ecological Systems with Minority Stakeholder Groups
Amanda Sorensen - Rutgers University

Monitoring with Purpose- the Dynamic Feedback Loop Between Citizen Scientists, Audubon's Conservation Science...
Brooke Bateman - National Audubon Society

Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Bats Through the Lens of Citizen Science
Karen Root - Bowling Green State University

Offering a Variety of Citizen Science Programs to Engage the Public in Hands-on Science
Jennifer Lentz - Aquarium of the Pacific

Recruiting, Training, and Retaining Skilled Citizen Scientists for Long-term Bird Banding as Part of the...
Peter Harris - Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

Using Citizen Science to Predict the Long Term Impacts of Urbanisation on Biodiversity
James Plummer - University of South Australia

SciStarter's Project Repository as a Resource for Research: Connecting Project Design to Evidence on Outcomes
Holly Faulkner - Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Successful Youth-Based Citizen Science
Monika Krach - Greater Farallones Association

Validation and Curation of Citizen Science Data
Andrea Wiggins - University of Maryland

Volunteer River Herring Monitoring Programs in Maine and Massachusetts: Lessons Learned About Running Volunteer Programs...
Karen Bieluch – Dartmouth College

Science and Technology Futures Initiative
Robert Fuchs - University of Southern California

Southeastern American Kestrel Citizen Science Monitoring Project
Brendan O'Connor - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

SpottyRain: An Online Drought Monitoring Campaign in the Southern High Plains
Nicole Colston - Oklahoma State University

Quality Control Considerations for Public Engagement in Urban Biodiversity Monitoring
Holly Kinas - Miistakis Institute

Lessons Learned from Building a Citizen Science Project with Participatory Methodologies
Caren Queiroz - Federal University of Bahia

Restoring the Value of Urban Trees Through Citizen Science
Tainara Ramim - UFABC

Transformation and Adaptation of Researchers to Using Citizen Science in Puerto Rico
Yogani Govender - Inter American University of Puerto Rico

Streamlining Embedded Assessment of Citizen Scientists' Skills
Rachel Becker-Klein - PEER Associates

The Best of Both Worlds: Cloud Observation and Satellite Comparison
Sarah McCrea - SSAI/NASA LaRC

Salad or Gazpacho? Blending Sound Science and Quality Youth Programming
Janet Ady - Bureau of Land Management

Kiwi's Counting Kiwi - Strategic Citizen Science Enabling Threatened Species Recovery
Monica Peters - people+science

Using Volunteer Effort Wisely: Efficient Task Assignment
Lucy Fortson - University of Minnesota

Uncovering the Effects of Drought on Bird Communities in a California City with Citizen Science
Madhusudan Katti - NC State University

Volunteer Computing: Why It Matters
Juan Hindo - IBM World Community Grid

Validation of Local Perceived Sustainability Indicators Using Modern and Traditional Knowledge and...
Hector Mongi - University of Dodoma

Three Rivers QUEST
Melissa ONeal - West Virginia Water Research Institute

Outdoor Teaching for Hispanic Citizen Scientists Using Informal Science Education Model
Sandra Faria - Para la Naturaleza

Moving Beyond Click Work: Advanced Communities Within the Zooniverse
Grant Miller - University of Oxford/Zooniverse

VolunteerWatch: Managing Citizen Science Volunteers Across a Park District
Matthew Knittel - Cleveland Metroparks

NIH Funding Opportunities for Citizen Science
Tony Beck - National Institutes of Health

Ten Principles of Citizen Science
Lucy Robinson - Natural History Museum London

Tracking Interbasin Transit by Marine Wildlife via Distributed Communications
Seabird McKeon - Smithsonian Institution

The Center for Community and Citizen Science at University of California - Davis: How Can Universities Most Effectively Serve the Field of Citizen Science?
Ryan Meyer – University of California, Davis

Meeting Participants Where They Are At: Accepting Submissions via E-mail, Social Media, and Text Messaging
Richard Smart - Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Score the Shore: Citizen-generated Data Empowers Communities to Protect and Restore Lake Habitat
Jo Latimore - Michigan State University

Lessons Learned from a Nationwide Citizen Science Project in Germany as a Tool for Educating School Classes in Science
Katrin Knickmeier - University of Kiel

Restoration and Herbivore Exclusion 5th Grade Citizen Science: Influence of Non-native Removal and Herbivore Exclusion on Native Shrubs
Jennifer Long - Center for Environmental Biology

Volunteers of the National Map Corps
Erin Korris - United States Geological Survey

Youth Citizen Science and Science Identity
Sinead Brien - University of California, Davis

SuperProject Backyard Bat and Carnivore Survey: Museum Scientists Team up with Homeowners to Investigate Backyard Mammal Ecology
Miguel Ordenana - Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

The Great Grevy's Rally: Blending CitSci and A.I. for Zebra Conservation
Jon Van Oast - Wild Me

Risk Management in Citizen Science: Moving from Hoping for the Best to Planning for the Worst
Gitte Venicx - Earthwatch Institute

How Wide Is the Rainbow? Measuring the Effects of Citizen Science Participation on the Citizen
Shannon Waters - Surfrider Foundation

Public Participation in Scientific Research at the US National Science Foundation
Ellen McCallie - National Science Foundation

Teen-Driven Citizen Science: Digital Tools and Pedagogical Approaches for Fostering Collaborative Teen-led Inquiry
David Bild - Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

Studying the Effects of Ocean Acidification and Warming on Rocky Intertidal Communities with High-School Citizen Scientists
John Cigliano - Cedar Crest College

Involving Scientists in a School Based Citizen Science Program
Tony Murphy - The GLOBE Implementation Office

Implementing a Global Citizen Science Program
Tony Murphy - The GLOBE Implementation Office

Transforming Pro-Am Collaborative Astronomy into Citizen Science Astronomy
Padma Yanamandra-Fisher - Space Science Institute

Using Citizen Science to Support State Natural Resource Agencies: A Case Study of Virginia Master Naturalist Volunteers
Michelle Prysby - Virginia Tech/Virginia Cooperative Extension

A Pathway from Citizen Science to Public Policy
Ted Smith - Revon Systems

Integrating a Citizen Science Project in Different Education Settings
Yurong He - University of Maryland

BBFuels of Puerto Rico, LLC: A Sustainable Industrial Model for Bioethanol Production in Puerto Rico
Jorge Nina Espinosa - University of Puerto Rico

The benefits of incorporating a Citizen Science Program into Coral Reef Restoration Activities
Dalton Hesley - University of Miami

D3: Discovering Didymo's Distribution
Matt Barney - Trout Unlimited

Water Ambassador Program
Christina Chanes - University of the Virgin Islands

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Friday May 19, 2017 12:30pm - 2:00pm
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