Rhiannon L Crain

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© The Ecological Society of America www.frontiersinecology.org C science engages non-professionals in authentic scientific research, ranging from long-standing, largescale projects like the Breeding Bird Survey to the more personalized research experiences offered by the Earthwatch Institute (WebTable 1). The combination of historical data and assembly of a(More)
The social Web is swiftly becoming a living laboratory for understanding human cooperation on massive scales. It has changed how we organize, socialize, and tackle problems that benefit from the efforts of a large crowd. A new, applied, behavioral ecology has begun to build on theoretical and empirical studies of cooperation, integrating research in the(More)
Private residential property occupies a major part of the urban land base, yet considerable potential remains for improving the ecological performance of private gardens and landscapes. Ecologically-oriented approaches to design of residential properties, however, are only valuable if they are compatible with private landowner interests and needs–otherwise(More)
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