Citizen Science, the voluntary engagement in research, has both a long tradition in biodiversity research and is experiencing a revival with modern technologies becoming available. In my talk I will discuss how citizen science can provide innovation to scientific endeavours and enhanced relevance for research for society and policy, using case studies across Europe. Overall, I ask how - by design – citizen science programmes can be fostered to provide useful biodiversity research output.
Invited by Heike Feldhaar, Animal Population Ecology
New insights to the dark side of plants: Monitoring spatial and temporal dynamics of roots by non-invasive technologies
Inside the fog: towards an improved forecasting of nocturnal fog by using turbulence-resolving simulations
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