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Friday, May 19 • 10:15am - 11:15am
E-07: Transforming Institutions and Models with Citizen Science

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Does Citizen Science Really Contribute to Nature Conservation? Sharing Evidence from Natural History Museums
Lucy Robinson* - Natural History Museum London; Heidi Ballard - University of California, Davis; Alison Young - California Academy of Sciences; Greg Pauly - Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County; Lila Higgins - Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County; Rebecca Johnson - California Academy of Sciences; John Tweddle - Natural History Museum London

New Methods New Knowledge: The Implications of Applying a Citizen Science Method to the Pharmaceutical Industry
Leah Morris - The University of King's College

Transforming How Hispanics Learn Science: An Emergent Informal Science Educational Model
Yogani Govender - Inter American University of Puerto Rico

Weather, Climate and Citizens: What Can a Meteorological Institute Get from Citizen Science?
Atte Harjanne* - Finnish Meteorological Institute; Heikki Tuomenvirta - Finnish Meteorological Institute

Friday May 19, 2017 10:15am - 11:15am CDT
Meeting Rooms 13, 14 & 15