Citizen Science is emerging. It allows data collection on unprecedented spatial levels and simultaneously engages citizens in decision-making processes.
Today we zoom into several river focused citizen science projects across the globe.
– Jelle presents the educational tools developed for the OurRhine project. More info: www.ourrhine.eu | www.edu.ourrhine.eu | His powerpoint with more valuable resources can be found by clicking here.
– Jeff presents his organisation Smartphones4water, which he developed as part of his PhD research in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. As they state it on their insta: S4W = Young Researchers+Mobile Technology+Citizen Science📱💦👨 More info: www.smartphones4water.org
– Emelia presents the Water Rangers from Canada, their water citizen science test kit and how people use it. Already 25.000+ observations were done using this testkit. More info: www.riverrangers.ca