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Thursday, May 18 • 4:15pm - 5:15pm
A-05: The Power of Place

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Bringing Data to Decisionmakers: Building Capacity Among Citizen-initiated Efforts
Pam DiBona* - Massachusetts Bays National Estuary Program; Prassede Vella - Massachusetts Bays National Estuary Program; Nicholas Moreno - Massachusetts Bays National Estuary Program

Toward a Definition of Indigenous Citizen Science in Kenya
Elizabeth Warrick* - University of Maryland, College Park.; Tamara Clegg - University of Maryland, College Park; Jennifer Preece - University of Maryland; Jedidah Kibutu - Chuka University

Understanding the Role of Place in Citizen Science and Conservation Decision Making
Greg Newman* - Colorado State University; Mark Chandler - Earthwatch Institute; Malin Clyde - University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension; Bridie McGreavy - University of Maine; Muki Haklay - University College London; Heidi Ballard - University of California, Davis; Steven Gray - Michigan State University; Russell Scarpino - CitSci.org, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University

Blurring the Boundaries Between Outdoor and Online Citizen Science: Lessons Learned from the Orchid Observers Project
John Tweddle* - Natural History Museum London; Lucy Robinson - Natural History Museum London; Heidi Ballard - University of California, Davis; Chris Lintott - University of Oxford


Thursday May 18, 2017 4:15pm - 5:15pm
Meeting Rooms 2 & 3

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