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Friday, May 19 • 10:15am - 11:15am
A-07: Environmental Management

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Bringing Citizen Science into Land Management: A Case Study of the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program
Rowan Converse* - Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program; Dan Shaw - Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program; Kim Eichhorst - Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program; May Leinhart - Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program

Engaging Citizens to Conserve Slender Loris in Urban Bangalore, India
Kaberi Kar Gupta - Urban Slender Loris Project

Ecological Citizenship: Communication, Engagement, Motivation and Adaptation Fostering Low Impact Sustainable Urban Drainage (LISUD)
Dawn Purves - University of Kingston

What Makes Citizen Science Useful for Environmental Decision-Making?
Ryan Meyer* - UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science; Heidi Ballard - University of California, Davis


Friday May 19, 2017 10:15am - 11:15am
Meeting Rooms 2 & 3

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