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Citizen Science Comes of Age: Everyday People Doing Extraordinary Science

Huffington Post, 08 Nov 2015.

Defined as engagement of non-professionals in scientific investigation, citizen science involves volunteers asking questions, collecting data, or interpreting results. While people such as Thoreau, with his field observations at Walden Pond, have been doing citizen science for centuries, as a formal discipline this field is less than 45-years-old. Read the full story in the Huffington Post.

A Redmap citizen scientist, Loren Mariani checking out a turtle in QLD.

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