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The LandSense project, which recently ended, was hugely successful, with a number of useful lessons and outcomes. On 3 February, 14:00-15:30 (CET), the team behind the project will be sharing some of their experiences and findings at an ECSA/EU-Citizen.Science webinar. Speakers include: Inian Moorthy: An overview of LandSense Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond: Integrating crowdsourced data with authoritative...

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During 2021, ECSA will host a series of workshops looking at different aspects of diversity and inclusiveness in citizen science. This series is being co-organised by four partners: ECSA, the ECSA & Living Knowledge Network working group on empowerment, inclusiveness and equity, D-NOSES and Cos4Cloud. This first workshop will be led by the Natural History...

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A new open-access book, ‘The Science of Citizen Science’, is now available. Published by Springer, it features contributions from more than 100 authors, including several ECSA staff and members. “This book is a wonderful conclusion of four years of intensive exchange within a European research network on citizen science,” says Dr Katrin Vohland, Director General...