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Motivations Affecting Initial and Long-Term Participation in Citizen Science Projects in Three Countries
Reliance on volunteer participation for citizen science has become extremely popular. Cutting across disciplines, locations, and participation practices, hundreds of thousands of volunteersExpand
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Using gamification to inspire new citizen science volunteers
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We explored the feasibility of engaging a secondary group of Millennials, who are notorious technology enthusiasts, with a gamified citizen science app. Expand
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Gamifying citizen science: a study of two user groups
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Citizen science projects increasingly incorporate the motivational affordances of games. Expand
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Community-based Data Validation Practices in Citizen Science
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We investigate community-based data validation practices and the characteristics of records of wildlife species observations that affected the outcomes of collaborative data quality management in an online community where people record what they see in the nature. Expand
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Extreme ethnography: challenges for research in large scale online environments
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Large scale online environments, such as social networks, present an emerging phenomenon where millions of people come together online to share and consume information and socialize. Expand
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Does motivation in citizen science change with time and culture?
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Citizen scientists are motivated by a variety of factors to contribute biodiversity data to collaborative projects, and these factors change over time. Expand
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Genetic diversity of Diaphorina citri and its endosymbionts across east and south-east Asia.
BACKGROUND Diaphorina citri is the vector of 'Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus', the most widespread pathogen associated huanglongbing, the most serious disease of citrus. To enhance ourExpand
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Mate choice and host discrimination behavior of the parasitoid Trichogramma chilonis
Abstract Trichogramma chilonis Ishii (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) is an important natural enemy of many species of lepidopterous pests and a widely used biological control agent. DetailedExpand
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Effects of insecticides on sex pheromone communication and mating behavior in Trichogramma chilonis
Trichogramma chilonis Ishii is an important natural enemy of several lepidopterous pests on crops. The effects of two common insecticides on sex pheromone communication and mating behavior in T.Expand
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Hoping for optimality or designing for inclusion: Persistence, learning, and the social network of citizen science
The explosive growth in citizen science combined with a recalcitrance on the part of mainstream science to fully embrace this data collection technique demands a rigorous examination of the factorsExpand
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