Matthew A. Dunlap

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Site-based citizen science occurs when volunteers work with scientists to collect data at particular field locations. The benefit is greater data collection at lesser cost. Yet difficulties exist. We developed ScienceCaching, a prototype citizen science aid designed to mitigate four specific problems by applying aspects from another thriving location-based(More)
The undersigned certify that they have read, and recommend to the Faculty of GraduateAbstract Citizen science occurs in part when scientists work with volunteers to collect science data in particular field locations. The benefit is that citizen science eases and lessens the cost of collecting such information. Yet it has a variety of known problems. This(More)
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