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Thursday, May 18 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
A-03: Are Decisions Being Made with the Data we Collect?

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Citizen Science for Decision Making. Utopia or Reality?: An Approach from the Córdoba Wetland 
Karen Soacha - Instituto Alexander von Humboldt

Community Science Enhances and Engenders Civic Participation 
Gretchen Gehrke* - Public Lab; Shannon Dosemagen - Public Lab; Liz Barry - Public Lab; Mathew Lippincott - Public Lab; Stevie Lewis - Public Lab

Dead Birds, Data & Decision-Making: How Resource Managers Use the COASST Project to Inform Management & Policy
Jennifer Metes* - University of California, Davis; Heidi Ballard - University of California, Davis; Julia Parrish - COASST/University of Washington

Is Citizen Science Informing Water Policy in Canada?: From Data Legitimacy to Policy Integration
Tyler Carlson* - Simon Fraser University; Alice Cohen - Acadia University


Thursday May 18, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Meeting Rooms 2 & 3

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