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Open Meeting for the public
Thursday 18th July 2013
The role and unique contribution of citizen science to ecological research
A public event for an adult audience to discuss citizen science, an approach that relies on volunteers to collect data for real-world scientific studies. These projects are helping to map some of the UK biodiversity and also getting more people outdoors observing and recording the world around them. The event will celebrate the achievements of these methods in monitoring British moths and floral diversity. Participants will also hear about the OPAL project where for the past five years, more than half a million people from different parts of the country have been exploring their local green spaces.
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