PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 393 - Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2020 (ACSC2020) - Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2020
BioBus – Driving Community Science & Education
C. Marizzi,* R. Frawley, A. Pirovano, T. Hirschfeld-Stoler, F. Anselmi, R. Heydari, L. Wright, B.J. Dubin-Thaler
*corresponding author
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Published on: April 12, 2021
Community science terms the active participation of the community in the entirety of the scientific process. Community science emphasises that everyone in the community is encouraged to collaborate with science to perform research and monitoring, whether it’s learning how to survey for wildlife and biodiversity, managing and analysing data or carrying out original research. A prominent example is BioBus, which serves the whole New York City Metropolitan area and focuses on creating deep collaborative networks guided by the questions and goals of all people involved in a project.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.393.0023
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