Evaluating the quality of citizen-scientist data on pollinator communities.

@article{Kremen2011EvaluatingTQ,
  title={Evaluating the quality of citizen-scientist data on pollinator communities.},
  author={C Kremen and Katharine S. Ullman and Robbin W. Thorp},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={
          607-17
        }
}
Concerns about pollinator declines have grown in recent years, yet the ability to detect changes in abundance, taxonomic richness, and composition of pollinator communities is hampered severely by the lack of data over space and time. Citizen scientists may be able to extend the spatial and temporal extent of pollinator monitoring programs. We developed a citizen-science monitoring protocol in which we trained 13 citizen scientists to observe and classify floral visitors at the resolution of… CONTINUE READING
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