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Friday, May 19 • 9:00am - 10:00am
A-06: Data Collection: Reflecting on What Makes a Dataset Robust

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Challenges and Solutions in Obtaining Robust Observational Data at National Scales from a (potentially) Untrained Public: The Case Study of Redmap Australia
Victoria Martin* - Southern Cross University; Gretta Pecl - Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies; Jemina Stuart-Smith - IMAS; Gary Jackson - WA Fisheries; Peter Walsh - IMAS; Natalie Moltschaniwskyj - NSW DPI

Data Sharing and Visualization on Multiple Platforms: GLOBE Observer's Mobile Mosquito App
Russsanne Low* - Institute for Global Environmental Strategies; Rebecca Boger - Brooklyn College; Amy Myrbo - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Reed McEwan - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Roller Angel - The GLOBE Program

Tradeoffs Bridging Local and Global Scale Citizen-science - Lessons from INaturalist
Scott Loarie* - California Academy of Sciences

Can Citizens Observe What Models Need? an Approach for the Evaluation of the Potential Value of Crowd-based Observations in Hydrology
Simon Etter* - University of Zurich - Department of Geography; Barbara Strobl - University of Zurich


Friday May 19, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am
Meeting Rooms 2 & 3

Attendees (55)