Citizen Science for all. A Guide for citizen science practitioners
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edia. This guide describes how citizen science is practiced in Germany and how this participatory approach can be used in different research disciplines and issue areas – such as education, conservation or the arts and humanities. This guide is primarily intended for those initiating citizen science projects, but also for anyone participating in such projects. This includes scientists working in research institutions who would like to collaborate with citizens, as well as individuals and society-based groups such as indepen-dent scientific groups, associations or other
|Authors:||Lisa Pettibone; Katrin Vohland; Aletta Bonn; Anett Richter; Wilhelm Bauhus; Birgit Behrisch; Rainer Borcherding; Miriam Brandt; François Bry; Daniel Dörler; Ingrid Elbertse; Falko Glöckler; Claudia Göbel; Susanne Hecker; Florian Heigl; Michael Herdick; Sarah Kiefer; Thekla Kluttig; Elisabeth Kühn; Katarina Kühn; Silke Oldorff; Kristin Oswald; Oliver Röller; Clemens Schefels; Anne Schierenberg; Willi Scholz; Anke Schumann; Andrea Sieber; René Smolarski; Klaus Tochtermann; Wolfgang Wende; David Ziegler;|
|Publisher:||Bürger Schaffen Wissen (GEWISS) publication|
|Year of publication:||2016|
|License:||Creative Common BY-SA|