Citizen Science

Mobile apps empower citizen science

Podcast

Citizen scientists play a vital role in raising awareness about the health of our nation's freshwater resources. Their efforts can help document water clarity and track harmful algal blooms and other indicators of poor water quality instrumental to sound management.

The Incidental Steward – Reflections on Citizen Science

Lecture Video

Whether it’s pulling up water chestnuts in the Hudson River, or searching out vernal pools—citizens can play a vital role in scientific research.

Author shares thoughts on citizen science

An interview with former Cary Artist-in-Residence Akiko Busch who shares her reflections on contemporary citizen science efforts and experiences.

Why I count glass eels

Former Cary writer-in-residence Akiko Busch writes about modern citizen science endeavors and how individuals are getting involved by helping to gather data about the environment.

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