C*Sci2022 Posters

C*Sci2022 Poster Program


AUTHORS, AFFILIATIONSTITLESESSION
Achenbach, Kelly
COESO Communications Officer
with Alessia Smaniotto, COESO Project Manager; Emma Fanget, COESO Community Manager
The COESO project: connecting SSH research with society
KEYWORDS: Collaborative research, Participatory research, social sciences and humanities
Future of C*Science 8
Thursday (social)
Alvarez, Emily

with Megan Burnett, Fleming College; Phil Brewster, Fleming College; Addison Wride, Fleming College
Mapping Local Ecosystems using Community Science and Geospatial Tools
KEYWORDS: biodiversity, mapping, community engagement
Future of C*Science 1
Thursday (biodiversity)
Anderson, Lauren

with Jason Hellmann, Alex Carll, Natasha DeJarnett
Science Communication Live Office Hour – Lessons Learned
KEYWORDS: Science Communication, research translation, office hour, facebook live
Future of C*Science 5
Thursday (education)
Andersson, Anna
The Land Institute
with Aubrey Streit Krug, Lydia Nicholson
Field Guides for the Garden: Investigating format, accessibility, project design, and data collection through print materials in agricultural research
KEYWORDS: Educational materials, project design
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 6
Tuesday (project creation)
Arias, Rosa
CEO Science for Change
with Miguel Hernández, Science for Change; Johana Burbano , Science for Change ; Mar Escarrabill , Science for Change
Lessons learned from the implementation of small-scale Citizen Science projects in towns and villages: the OdourCollect experience
KEYWORDS: Odour pollution, receptor, citizen science.
Working Across Boundaries 6
Wednesday (evaluation)
Aristeidou, Maria
The Open University, UK
with
Teachers’ initial views on Citizen Science in the classroom
KEYWORDS: classroom; teachers; perceptions
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 7
Tuesday (school)
Atias, Osnat
University of Haifa
with Yael Kali, University of Haifa; Ayelet Baram-Tsabari, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology; Ayelet Shavit, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology & Tel-Hai Academic College
Charting Power Relations in School-based Citizen Science, from the Perspectives of Teachers and Scientists
KEYWORDS: school-based citizen science, teacher-scientist partnerships, power relations
Working Across Boundaries 2
Wednesday (school)
Bai, Jin
North Carolina State University
with Michael Caslin, North Carolina State University; Madhusudan Katti, North Carolina State University
Pandemic anthropause and urban bird diversity
KEYWORDS: urban biodiversity, anthropause, urban birds
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 5
Tuesday (justice)
Bear, Michael
Ocean Sanctuaries
with Elizabeth Mayes, SDSU
Citizen Science on an Artificial Reef
KEYWORDS: artificial reefs, marine citizen science, inatuarlist
Future of C*Science 7
Thursday (marine)
Blake, Charlie
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
with Georgia Bracey, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Sharon Locke, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Ben Greenfield, University of Southern Maine; Adriana Martinez, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Carol Colanino-Meeks, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Youth Citizen Science for Community Environmental Assessment
KEYWORDS: STEM education, youth, environmental assessment, K-12
Working Across Boundaries 2
Wednesday (school)
Blanco, Victor

with
Artificial reef fish monitoring on a citizen science-based program in Taylor County, Florida
KEYWORDS: Citizen-science, artificial reefs, Florida
Future of C*Science 7
Thursday (marine)
Braz Sousa, Larissa

with Stephen Fricker, UniSA: Clinical and Health Sciences, University of South Australia, Adelaide, & Australian Centre for Precision Health, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA; Katherine Baldock, Australian Centre for Precision Health, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA & UniSA: Allied Health and Human Performance, University of South Australia, Adelaide; Cameron Webb, Medical Entomology, NSW Health Pathology, Westmead, NSW & Marie Bashir Institute of Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity, University of Sydney and Westmead NSW; Craig Williams, UniSA: Clinical and Health Sciences, University of South Australia, Adelaide, & Australian Centre for Precision Health, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA
Tracking mosquitoes for public health – the Mozzie Monitors program
KEYWORDS: mosquito monitoring, citizen science, public health
Working Across Boundaries 1
Wednesday (biodiversity)
Broadhurst, Holly
University of Salford
with Erinma Ochu, Manchester Metropolitan University; Allan McDevitt, University of Salford; Natalie Singleton, Essex Wildlife Trust; Darren Tansley, Essex Wildlife Trust.
Involving citizen scientists in environmental DNA monitoring of mammalian communities
KEYWORDS: Environmental DNA, motivations, biodiversity
Future of C*Science 5
Thursday (education)
Brodschneider, Robert
University of Graz
with Kristina Gratzer, University of Graz; Norman Carreck, Carreck Consultancy Ltd; Flemming Vejsnæs, Danish Beekeepers Association; Jozef van der Steen, Alveus AB Consultancy
Beekeepers in 27 EU countries study the environment in the INSIGNIA-EU project
KEYWORDS: Apiculture, Apis mellifera, environment, biomonitoring, pollution, microplastic
Working Across Boundaries 5
Wednesday (engage)
Burton, Victoria
Natural History Museum, London
with
Who watches the worms and why? Insights in participant motivations from a soil biodiversity citizen science project.
KEYWORDS: Participant motivations, soil biodiversity, recruitment
Future of C*Science 8
Thursday (social)
Butler, Dixon
Youth Learning as Citizen Environmental Scientists
with
Student Research Success Stories: Lessons from YLACES Grantees
KEYWORDS: student research, grants, youth citizen science
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 9
Tuesday (youth)
BYRD, JULIA
South Atlantic Fishery Management Council
with Nick Smillie, South Atlantic Fishery Management Council; Drew Cathey, North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries; Julie DeFilippi Simpson, Atlantic Coastal Cooperative Statistics Program; Fran Karp, Harbor Light Software, Inc.; Bill Spain, Harbor Light Software, Inc.; Chip Collier, South Atlantic Fishery Management Council; Ami Staples, North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries
SciFish: Developing a customizable citizen science app for marine fisheries
KEYWORDS: marine fisheries, mobile applications, resource management
Working Across Boundaries 10
Wednesday (tools)
Cagle, Dominee
University of Florida
with First name: Sandro Last name: Von Matter Affiliation: CitSciLabs • Advanced Studies on Citizen Science – Social Network Analysis (SNA) Laboratory.
Sleepless in Town • Temporal Shift in Daw Song of Urban Birds in Megacities as a Noise Pollution Bioindicator
KEYWORDS: sleepless bird, noise pollution, urban birds, nature in cities, vulnerable populations.
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 1
Tuesday (data)
Campbell, Brian
NASA Wallops Flight Facility and GST, Inc.
with
An Example of Comparing GLOBE Observer Tree Height Data to NASA ICESat-2 Tree Canopy Height Data in Salisbury, Maryland USA
KEYWORDS: Trees, Tree Height, ICESat-2, NASA, GLOBE Program, GLOBE Observer, Tree Canopy, Satellite, Earth, Salisbury, Maryland, Open Altimetry
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 1
Tuesday (data)
Carroll, Terence
Co-Founder and Research Director, River Otter Ecology Project
with Megan Isadore, River Otter Ecology Project
Supporting Conservation — One Otter Sighting At A Time
KEYWORDS: watershed conservation, community engagement, charismatic species
Working Across Boundaries 1
Wednesday (biodiversity)
Chao, Chih-Liang
Dept. Environmental and Cultural Resources, National Tsing Hua University
with (1)Dau-Jye Lu, Associate Professor, National Taiwan University (2)Chung, Ming-Kuang, postdoctoral researcher in Academia Sinica of Taiwan
Volunteered Geographic Trail Information : A Lesson from the Community of “Rudy Map” in Taiwan
KEYWORDS: Open Street Map、Mountain Recreation、Recreation Impacts
Working Across Boundaries 3
Wednesday (collaborations)
Chemais, May

with Georgina Sturgeon, Earthwatch Europe Macarena Cárdenas, Earthwatch Europe Claire Narraway, Earthwatch Europe Caroline Pilat, Earthwatch Europe Victor Beumer, Earthwatch Europe Daniel Hayhow, Earthwatch Europe
Tiny Forest Citizen Science building urban resilience for people and the environment
KEYWORDS: Urban woodlands, community engagement, biodiversity, Miyawaki, Nature-based solutions, urban resilience
Future of C*Science 1
Thursday (biodiversity)
Collins, Angela
University of Florida / FL Sea Grant
with Bryan Fleuch, University of Georgia Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant; Ana Zangroniz, UF IFAS Extension and Florida Sea Grant; Alex Fogg, Okaloosa County, Destin – Fort Walton Beach; Michael Sipos, UF IFAS Extension and Florida Sea Grant; Zach Siders, UF IFAS School of Forestry, Fisheries and Geomatic Sciences; and Ed Camp, UF IFAS School of Forestry, Fisheries and Geomatic Sciences
Diving for Data: Citizen Scientists Fuel Florida’s Great Goliath Grouper Count
KEYWORDS: fisheries, volunteer survey, protected species, diving, stakeholder engagement
Working Across Boundaries 3
Wednesday (collaborations)
Collins, Ian

with
WeatherBlur: Connecting Computational Thinking with Citizen Science in the Classroom and Community
KEYWORDS: Community engagement, school community partnerships, computational thinking
TBD
Colon Robles, Marile
SSAI/NASA Langley Research Center
with Tina Rogerson, SSAI/NASA LaRC, Jason Welsh
NASA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE: A photographic look at the world around us through the lens of Citizen Science based research
KEYWORDS: photographs, clouds, metadata
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 1
Tuesday (data)
Cusick, Allison

with Celeste Kroeger-Campodonico, Fundación Expedición Batiscafo; Ingrid Cespedes, Independent Contractor; Martina Mascioni, Universidad Nacional de La Plata; Allison Cusick, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Rick Reynolds, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Maria Vernet, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Field testing the first illustrated identification guide to phytoplankton of the Antarctic Peninsula for a non-scientific audience created by FjordPhyto
KEYWORDS: FjordPhyto, bi-lingual, book, identification guide, phytoplankton, fitoplancton, Antarctica, polar
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 1
Tuesday (data)
Dahmer, Jody
Beargrass Thunder
with Mariah Corso, Beargrass Thunder ; Lauren Anderson, Center for Healthy Air Water and Soil
Oak Alley Project – Grafting Research and Revitalization
KEYWORDS: Alley, greenness, revitalization, nature, wellbeing
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 3
Tuesday (health)
DAI, RAN

with Yunqiao Li, Kunming Zoo, Yunnan, China
Understanding human-heron interactions in urban China
KEYWORDS: Heron, urban China. disturbances/management
Future of C*Science 10
Thursday (urban)
Del Bianco, Veronica

with Rachel Becker-Klein, Two Roads Consulting; Tina Phillips, Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Cathlyn Merritt Davis, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Studies (AL).
Customizable Embedded Assessments for Scientific Observation
KEYWORDS: Embedded Assessment, Science Inquiry Skills, Scientific Observation
Future of C*Science 9
Thursday (survey)
Dowthwaite, Liz
University of Nottingham, UK
with Michele Darrow, Rosalind Franklin Institute, UK; Michelle Desforges, University of Manchester, UK; Grant Miller, Zooniverse, Oxford, UK
Exploring benefits for volunteers – a study of Science Scribbler: Placenta Profiles
KEYWORDS: engagement, motivation, autonomy, competence,
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 8
Tuesday (social)
Drumm, Heather

with Wyn Zenni, EPA; Demi Gary, EPA
A Roadmap for Increasing the Use of Participatory Science Data
KEYWORDS: participatory science, data management, data accessibility
Future of C*Science 3
Thursday (data)
Duerinckx, Annelies
Scivil (Citizen Science Flanders)
with Charlotte Hens, Scivil; Karen Verstraelen, Scivil; Jef Van Laer, Scivil
Who’s Who: Getting to Know Flemish Citizen Scientists and Project Initiators
KEYWORDS: characteristics and motivations of citizen scientists and researchers
Future of C*Science 9
Thursday (survey)
Eitzel, M.V.
Center for Community and Citizen Science, University of California, Davis
with Jon Solera, Seven Points Consulting; Emmanuel Mhike Hove, The Muonde Trust; K.B. Wilson, The Muonde Trust; Abraham Mawere Ndlovu, The Muonde Trust; Daniel Ndlovu, The Muonde Trust; Abraham Changarara, The Muonde Trust; Alice Ndlovu, The Muonde Trust; Kleber Neves, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Adnomore Chirindira, The Muonde Trust; Oluwasola Omoju, National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies; Aaron C. Fisher, Lawrence Livermore National Lab; André Veski, Tallinn University of Technology
Assessing the Potential of Participatory Modeling for Decolonial Restoration of an Agro-Pastoral System in Rural Zimbabwe
KEYWORDS: participatory modeling, socialecological system management
Future of C*Science 2
Thursday (community)
Escarrabill, Mar
Science for Change
with Miguel Hernández, Science for Change; Isidora Fernández, Science for Change; Johana Burbano, Science for Change; Rosa Arias, Science for Change.
Educational centres and public libraries synergies in Citizen Science projects: lessons learned in OdourCollect
KEYWORDS: Education, Libraries, Urban Ecology
Working Across Boundaries 3
Wednesday (collaborations)
Eyng, Vanessa

with Maria Cecília Gomes, Mamiraua Institute; Luiza Campera, Amazonas Federal University; Alexandre Herccos, Mamiraua Institute.
Engagement in a Citizen Science Project in the Amazon Basin
KEYWORDS: Amazon conservation, knowledge systems, participatory strategies
Future of C*Science 4
Thursday (digital)
Faruq, Sala
Nature Justice Initiative
with Ron Ross, Historic West End Green District/CleanAIRE NC Airkeeper
Historic West End Green District: The Power of Citizen Science in Advocating for Healthy Air
KEYWORDS: environmental justice, community engagement, air pollution
Future of C*Science 2
Thursday (community)
Fisher-Dykman, Sierra
Montana State University
with Suzi Taylor, Montana State University
Citizen Science at Inclusive Community Camp: a summer STEM experience for youth of all abilities
KEYWORDS: Inclusivity, community
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 4
Tuesday (inclusion)
Garibović, Taida

with
Promoting citizen science in protected areas and Natura 2000 sites in Zadar County, Croatia
KEYWORDS: Protected areas, community engagement, data collection
Future of C*Science 3
Thursday (data)
Gary, Demi

with Wyn Zenni, ORAU; Andrew Geller, EPA; Sheryl Stohs, EPA; Sania Tong-Argao, EPA, Onyemaechi Nweke, EPA
Participatory Science to Address Environmental Justice Concerns
KEYWORDS: Participatory Science, Environmental Justice
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 5
Tuesday (justice)
Gerovac, Bridget

with Dr. Beth Falls, Ocean Research & Conservation Association; Missy Weiss, Ocean Research & Conservation Association
One Health Fish Monitoring Project: Understanding the Transfer of Pollutants into Fish of the Indian River Lagoon & Potential Human Exposure
KEYWORDS: One Health, microplastics, fish
Working Across Boundaries 7
Wednesday (project)
Gilchrist, Liam

with Helen Szoor-McElhinney, The University of Edinburgh; Alette Willis, The University of Edinburgh
Our Health: Exploring Interdisciplinarity and Community-Based Participatory Research in a Higher Education Science Shop
KEYWORDS: Interdisciplinarity, Community Co-creation, Science Shop
Equity & Inclusivity 3
Tuesday (health)
Glade, Susan

with Maggie House, partner; Christi Buffington, Mentor
Cripple Creek Drain: Discovering Potential Erosion Factors on Subarctic Restoration Projects
KEYWORDS: Stream Restoration, Ice, Globe Observer, Fresh Eyes on Ice
Working Across Boundaries 10
Wednesday (tools)
Goforth, Christine L.
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
with Sarah J. Carrier, North Carolina State University, P. Sean Smith, Horizon Research Inc, Meredith Hayes, Horizon Research Inc
Supporting Classroom Citizen Science Implementation Through Educative Supports
KEYWORDS: education, K-12 education, formal education
Future of C*Science 5
Thursday (education)
Golumbic, Yaela
SCOPE Research Group, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney; Citizen Science Node, Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney; The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History
with Alice Motion, SCOPE Research Group, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney; ; Kymberley R Scroggie, SCOPE Research Group, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney
Assessing Learning Through Self-Reflection – the case of E$$ENTIAL MEDICINE$ Citizen Science Project
KEYWORDS: science learning, evaluation, co-reserchers
Working Across Boundaries 6
Wednesday (evaluation)
Harris, Isabella
PhD Student at Colorado State University
with
Creating Space for Environmental Education During a Community Crisis Through Citizen Science
KEYWORDS: Environmental Education, Citizen Science Education, Colorado, Outdoor Education, COVID-19, Community Crisis, Adaptation, Resilience
Future of C*Science 9
Thursday (survey)
Harte, Tina
NASA Langley GLOBE Goes to Camp (NESEC)
with Amy Ellisor; NASA Langley GLOBE Goes to Camp Project
Connecting a Community through Informal Camp Based Citizen Science Investigations with NASA and GLOBE
KEYWORDS: Community Engagement
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 2
Tuesday (engage)
Harwell, Todd
Center for Community and Citizen Science, University of California-Davis
with Ryan Meyer, UC Davis Angela Korabik, UC Davis Nicholas Petersen, UC Davis Heidi Ballard, UC Davis
Understanding community and citizen science participant roles, contributions, and outcomes in marine protected area monitoring in California
KEYWORDS: Marine protected areas, Participant roles, Participant contributions
Working Across Boundaries 8
Wednesday (review)
Hayes, Rob

with
Facts vs. Myths about Nuclear Energy
KEYWORDS: Nuclear Energy, sustainability, environmentally friendly
Future of C*Science 8
Thursday (social)
Heinisch, Barbara
Centre for Translation Studies, University of Vienna, Austria
with
Citizen lexicography – Volunteers collecting data for (dialect) dictionaries
KEYWORDS: community-initiated science, lexicography, language preservation, linguistic diversity
Working Across Boundaries 4
Wednesday (data)
Hirschfeld-Stoler, MA, Tessa

with Tessa Hirschfeld-Stoler, BioBus; Ashley Pirovano, BioBus; Christine Marizzi, BioBus; Robert Frawley, BioBus; Joseph Parziale, BioBus
Coupling Near Peer Mentorship with Community Science in Informal Science Education Internships For Students Underrepresented in STEM fields
KEYWORDS: youth engagement, STEM mentorship, science equity, mentorship
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 9
Tuesday (youth)
Houpt, Peter
Califonia State Water Resources Control Board
with
Steward-Driven Science: Using eDNA, California Engages Tribes and Citizen Science in Biological Monitoring of Rivers and Streams
KEYWORDS: Molecular methods, Water Quality, DNA, Tribal and community engagement
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science
Tuesday (engage)
Jackson, Corey
The Information School, University of Wisconsin, Madison
with Liz Dowthwaite, University of Nottingham, UK; Eunmi (Ellie) Jeong, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Cliff Johnson, Zooniverse, The Adler Planetarium, Chicago IL, USA; Grant Miller, Zooniverse, Oxford, UK; Chris Lintott, Zooniverse, Oxford, UK; Laura Trouille, Zooniverse, The Adler Planetarium, Chicago IL, USA
The 2021 Zooniverse Participant Survey
KEYWORDS: Zooniverse, Participant survey, demographics
Future of C*Science 9
Thursday (survey)
Jasny, Micah
Native Plant Trust
with Jessamine Finch, Native Plant Trust; Katherine Kucera, Chicago Botanic Garden; Gretel Kiefer, Chicago Botanic Garden
Success and Challenges of Plant Conservation Community Science
KEYWORDS: conservation, monitoring, rare plants, community science
Future of C*Science 1
Thursday (data)
Johns, Brianna

with Dana Thomas, North Carolina State University; Lisa Lundgren, Utah State University; Lincoln Larson, North Carolina State University; Caren Cooper, North Carolina State University
Undergraduate Student Experiences with Citizen Science Highlight Potential to Broaden Scientific Engagement: A Mixed Methods Case Study
KEYWORDS: Higher education, STEM engagement
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 8
Tuesday (social)
Jones, Alison
Clean Ocean Action
with Dr. Swarna Muthukrishnan, Clean Ocean Action; Catherine Mitchell, Clean Ocean Action
Rally for the Waterways: A Collaborative, No-Blame Approach to Find and Fix Sources of Pathogen Pollution in Coastal Watersheds 
KEYWORDS: Water quality, pollution, coastal watersheds
Working Across Boundaries 5
Wednesday (engage)
Joyner , Brooklynn
North Carolina State University
with Lincoln Larson, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC ; Caren Cooper, Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
Exploring Americans’ Relationships with Science: Can Citizen Science Help?
KEYWORDS: Science Interest, Science Belonging, Citizen Science Participation
Future of C*Science 2
Thursday (community)
Kanneganti , Dhiraj

with Ted Smith, Lauren Anderson
Development of a Web-Crawling Bot to Find Open Data
KEYWORDS: Open data, data access, web crawler, coding, algorithm
Future of C*Science
Thursday (data)
Kelty, Skye
San Jose State University
with
What’s New with the Justice, Integrity, Diversity and Equity Working Group
KEYWORDS: Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 4
Tuesday (inclusion)
Kemsley, Angela
WILDCOAST
with
Marine Protected Area (MPA) Watch: Community Science for Stewardship of Ocean Resources
KEYWORDS: Marine protected areas, human use, coastal resources
Future of C*Science 7
Thursday (marine)
Kennedy, Jack
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
with Dr. Sean Hitchman, St. Mary’s College of Maryland; Dr. Tom Idhe, Patuxent Environmental and Aquatic Research Lab, Morgan State University
The Affect of Habitat Type on Forage Species Diversity
KEYWORDS: estuarine ecology, forage species
Future of C*Science 7
Thursday (marine)
Knights, Brian

with
Management Insights from River Monitoring Initiative studies of chalk stream macroinvertebrates in the River Cray (SE England)
KEYWORDS: Chalkstream monitoring macroinvertebrates
Future of C*Science 6
Thursday (long term)
Kohl, Holli
GLOBE Observer, SSAI/NASA GSFC
with Kristen Weaver, SSAI/NASA GSFC
Engaging Stakeholders in the Growth of a Citizen Science Program
KEYWORDS: environmental science, science stakeholders, project growth, geofence
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 6
Tuesday (project creation)
Kosar, Burcu
NASA/GSFC – CUA
with Jia Yue, NASA/GSFC – CUA; Jozsef Bor, Institute of Earth Physics and Space Science, Hungary; Sean Simmons, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; Rachel Lense, Johns Hopkins, Washington, D.C.
Spritacular: A Citizen Science Project to Study Electrical Discharges Above Thunderstorms
KEYWORDS: sprites, lightning, community engagement, project development
Working Across Boundaries 7
Wednesday (project)
Kuonen, Jessica

with Kathleen Fallon; Pam Rubinoff; Greg Berman; Stephanie Murphy
Mobilizing Shoreline Stewardship: Community Monitoring, Engaging, and Preparing for Resilience
KEYWORDS: Coastal resilience, coastal change, lessons learned
Working Across Boundaries 10
Wednesday (tools)
Kwan, Wai-Yin

with
DataExplorers.info: Data exploration website for iNaturalist projects
KEYWORDS: data exploration, c*sci website
Future of C*Science 3
Thursday (data)
Larash, Cosette

with Alison Cawood, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Patrick Neale, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Maria Tzortziou, City College of New York and NASA; Minsun Lee, City College of New York; Rylee Wernoch, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Chesapeake Water Watch: Smart phones and satellites used in developing new ways to assess water quality in Chesapeake Bay
KEYWORDS: Chesapeake Bay, Water quality, Remote Sensing
Future of C*Science 4
Thursday (digital)
Leta-Graham, Rachael
US EPA Region 2
with
EPA Regional/State Partnerships for Enhancing Citizen Science
KEYWORDS: collaboration, federal partnerships, state partnerships
Working Across Boundaries 9
Wednesday (roles)
Liang, Zixuan (Roxanne)
UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science
with Peggy Harte, UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science; Ryan Meyer, UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science; Rachel Johnson, NOAA Fisheries; Abigail Ward, UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences; Carson Jeffres, UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences; Richard Munoz, California Department of Fish and Wildlife; Stacey Garrett, GEAR UP
Spinning Salmon in the Classroom: Middle and High School Students Investigate Thiamine Deficiency Alongside Researchers
KEYWORDS: classroom, research, education
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 7
Tuesday (school)
Lin Hunter, Dani
Colorado State University
with Gregory Newman, Colorado State University; Meena Balgopal, Colorado State University
What’s in a name? The paradox of citizen science and community science
KEYWORDS: inclusion, science communication, community science
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 8
Tuesday (social)
Liñán, Sonia

with Xavier Salvador, ICM-CSIC; Jaume Piera, ICM-CSIC; Ángela Justamante, CREAF; Andrea Comaposada, Anèl·lides Serveis Mediambientals; Nuria Aparicio, Anèl·lides Serveis Mediambientals
Monitoring urban beaches through participatory processes: challenges for long term public engagement
KEYWORDS: Engagement model, volunteers recruitment, marine citizen science
Future of C*Science 9
Thursday (survey)
Lombardo, Keith
Southern California Research Learning Center, National Park Service
with “”Ashley Yoojin Kim, University of California – San Diego Sam O’Dell, US Geologic Survey Alexandria Warneke, Southern California Research Learning Center Michael Ready, Southern California Research Learning Center Patricia Simpson, Great Basin Institute Samantha Wynns, Great Basin Institute James Hung, Oklahoma Biological Survey, University of Oklahoma “”
The Great Bee Quest: Leveraging the power of community to discover an unlikely pollinator
KEYWORDS: Pollinators, Youth Engagement, Natural History
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 9
Tuesday (youth)
Long, Jonathan

with Stacie Bender, USDA Forest Service; Michelle Tamez, USDA Forest Service; Michelle Baumflek, USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station; Adelaide Johnson, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Nanebah Lyndon, USDA Forest Service; Sara K. Souther, Northern Arizona University; Rachel White, USDA Forest Service; Kainana Francisco, USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station; Leilā Dudley, Teaching Change; Creighton M. Litton, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Christian Giardina, USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station.
U.S. Forest Service Community Science Projects with Indigenous Communities
KEYWORDS: Community engagement; collaborative science; Indigenous knowledge
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 4
Tuesday (inclusion)
Low, Russanne

with Rodrigo Arantes Reis Federal University of Paraná (UFPR), Curitiba
Science Education at home and in classrooms during the “New Normal”: The Role of Citizen Science
KEYWORDS: education
Working Across Boundaries 2
Wednesday (school)
Lu, Dau-Jye

with Wei-Chen Hung, tif650135@gmail.com
The experiences of introducing a digital platform in a geo-citizen science program- i-Naturalist and the monthly bird survey at Wu-Wei-Kang Wetlands in Taiwan
KEYWORDS: data quality, capacity building, community monitoring
Working Across Boundaries 4
Wednesday (data)
Mady, Rachael
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
with David Bonter, Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Tina Phillips, Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Claire Quimby, Rockman et al; Miyoko Chu, Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Jennifer Borland, Rockman et al; Charles Eldermire, Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Benjamin Walters, Cornell Lab of Ornithology;
New insights on learning in an online co-created investigation using wildlife cams
KEYWORDS: online, learning, co-creation
Future of C*Science 5
Thursday (education)
Magalhães, Joana
Science for Change
with Rosa Arias, SfC; Elisabetta Tola, Formicablu; Marco Boscolo, Formicablu; Cristina Luís, CIUHCT; Inês Navalhas, CIUHCT; Esther Marín-González, cE3c; Leire Leguina, FECYT; Ana Elorza, FECYT; Maite Pelacho, IBERCIVIS; Paolo Giardullo, UNIPD; Maria Angela Citarella, UNIPD
Unleashing the potential of newsable stories from citizen science initiatives derived data
KEYWORDS: data journalism, science communication, storytelling
Working Across Boundaries 4
Wednesday (data)
Mandeville, Caitlin

with Erlend Nilsen, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research; Anders Finstad, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Patterns of biodiversity citizen science participation in a recreational natural area
KEYWORDS: biodiversity, conservation, protected areas
Future of C*Science 1
Thursday (biodiversity)
Marizzi, Christine
BioBus, Inc.
with
New York City Virus Hunters – working together to prevent the next pandemic
KEYWORDS: viral surveillance, one health initiative, community science
Future of C*Science 10
Thursday (urban)
Markovitz, Elena

with
Student Identity in STEM: Growing Beyond the Metaphor”
KEYWORDS: STEM Education, STEM Pipeline, Science Identity, Student Development, Professional Development
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 9
Tuesday (youth)
Mascioni, Martina
Universidad Nacional de La Plata
with Martina Mascioni, Universidad Nacional de La Plata; Allison Cusick, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Celeste Kroeger-Campodonico, Fundación Expedición Batiscafo; Lorenzo Kohler, Universidad Nacional de La Plata; Daniela Cajiao, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; Brooke Dixon, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Gabriela Lamanna, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Carmen Zamora, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Jordan Newman, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Annette Bombosch,The Polar Citizen Science Collective; Liz Teague, The Polar Citizen Science Collective; Laura Smith, The Polar Citizen Science Collective; Robert Gilmore, The Polar Citizen Science Collective; Christian Johnson, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Anesse Pinpokintr, University of Rochester NY; Gastón Almandoz, Universidad Nacional de La Plata; Rick Reynolds, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; María Vernet, Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Impacts from FjordPhyto: experiences from a c*science project involving tourism and microalgae in Antarctica
KEYWORDS: Antarctic Peninsula, phytoplankton, Antarctic tourism
Working Across Boundaries 8
Wednesday (review)
Masongsong, Emmanuel

with Michael D. Hartinger, Space Science Institute, UCLA Dept. of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences; Martin O. Archer, Imperial College London; Xueling Shi, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA; High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research; James B. Harold, Space Science Institute; Anne Holland, Space Science Institute; Robert M. Candey, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center; Vassilis Angelopoulos, UCLA Dept. of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences
Heliophysics Audified: Resonances in Plasmas (HARP) a Citizen Science Tool for Space Weather
KEYWORDS: space weather, sonification, education
Working Across Boundaries 7
Wednesday (project)
Mazariegos, Kayleigh
University of Mississippi
with Richard Buchholz, University of Mississippi; Glenn Parsons, University of Mississippi; Shane Abeare, University of Mississippi
Bridging Gaps in the Gulf; Utilizations of Citizen Science in a Marine Assessment App
KEYWORDS: Marine Conservation, Habitat Monitoring, Developing Community
Future of C*Science 7
Thursday (marine)
McMaster, Adam
The Open University
with Andrew Norton, The Open University; Hugh Dickinson, The Open University; Heidi Thiemann, The Open University; Ulrich Kolb, The Open University
SuperWASP VeSPA: A public archive of volunteer-labelled variable stars
KEYWORDS: astronomy, publishing results
Future of C*Science 2
Thursday (community)
Meierdiercks, Kate

with Rebecca Jim, Earl Hatley, Martin Lively (LEAD Agency); Jessica Tran (AGU Thriving Earth Exchange, 500 Women Scientists); Jim Kuipers (Kuipers & Associates); Alexis Hidalgo, Sheelah Bearfoot, Harriet Festing (Anthropocene Alliance)
Tar Creek Superfund Site Floodplain Map: interactive digital maps as tools for telling and finding stories
KEYWORDS: Flooding, water quality, map
Working Across Boundaries 10
Wednesday (tools)
MERALDI, Verena
Hurtigruten Expeditions
with Ylva Grams, Hurtigruten Expeditions; Tudor Morgan, Hurtigruten Expeditions; Amanda Lynnes, International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators; Annette Bombosch, The Polar Citizen Science Collective; Allison Cusick, FjordPhyto by Vernet Lab at Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Martina Mascioni, FjordPhyto by Vernet Lab at Universidad Nacional de la Plata
Expedition cruise ships are an attractive platform to collect valuable C*Science data and increase nature awareness among travelers.
KEYWORDS: Collaboration, partnership, monitoring, education, increased awareness, conservation, cruise industry, citizen science
Future of C*Science 5
Thursday (education)
Merkt, Aisha
AmeriCorps, Genomics & Microbiology Research Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
with Marianne Barrier, Genomics & Microbiology Research Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences; Michael Montague, Department of Neuroscience, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Lauren J.N. Brent, Centre for Research in Animal Behaviour, University of Exeter, Exeter EX4 4QG, United Kingdom; Melissa A. Pavez-Fox, Centre for Research in Animal Behaviour, University of Exeter, Exeter EX4 4QG, United Kingdom; Michael Platt, Department of Neuroscience, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, Department of Psychology, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, Marketing Department, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Noah Snyder-Mackler, Center for Evolution and Medicine, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85281, School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ,; Julie Horvath, Genomics & Microbiology Research Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Department of Evolutionary Anthropology, Duke University, Durham, NC, Department of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC, Department of Biological Sciences, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
Monkey Health Explorer Citizen Science Project Curriculum Curriculum designed to engage students in the Monkey Health Explorer Project on Zooniverse
KEYWORDS: Citizen science, Education, curricula
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 3
Tuesday (health)
Messina, Daniela
APUS
with Kelly Reiss, APUS
WaterTAP (Water Testing and Awareness Project): Hands-on Science on Drinking Water Quality
KEYWORDS: Water quality, test kit, drinking water, data collection, community engagement
Future of C*Science
Thursday (urban)
Meyer, Ryan
Center for Community and Citizen Science, UC Davis
with M.V. Eitzel, UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science; Nick Ulle, UC Davis; Eliza Oldach, UC Davis; Mark Lubell, UC Davis; Michael Dobbins
Using occupancy modeling with community-based surveys from the MPA Watch program to investigate human coastal use throughout California
KEYWORDS: Modeling, data science, human coastal use
Future of C*Science 2
Thursday (community)
Morris, Lee

with
Biases towards and against specific groups of organisms in more than 45 years of biodiversity surveys in South Carolina
KEYWORDS: biodiversity, sample bias, BioBlitz
Future of C*Science 6
Thursday (long term)
Mortimer, Heather
NASA GLOBE Observer
with
Working Towards a More Accessible App
KEYWORDS:
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 6
Tuesday (project creation)
Moses, Elizabeth

with
Clean Air Action: Using Citizen Science to Identify and Address Air Pollution Sources
KEYWORDS: source awareness, outcome evaluation, methodology
Future of C*Science 8
Thursday (social)
Motion, Alice

with Yaela Golumbic, University of Sydney: Sinn Phway Thant, University of Sydney; Christine Preston, University of Sydney; John Martin, Taronga Zoo.
Learning by Doing – Steps towards developing citizen science learning programs and frameworks for primary and secondary school students
KEYWORDS: school engagement, learning, authentic science
Working Across Boundaries 2
Wednesday (school)
Narraway, Claire
Earthwatch Europe
with Miriam Brandt, Leibniz-Institut fur Zoo-und Wildtierforschung (IZW); Tania Jenkins, University of Geneva; Quentin Groom, Meise Botanic Garden; Alexandra Magro, Laboratoire Evolution & Diversite Biologique and ENSFEA-Univ. Toulouse; Dusan Misevic, Université de Paris, INSERM U1284, Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity (CRI); Anna Beniermann, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Tom Børsen, Department of Planning, Aalborg University; Till Bruckermann, Leibniz University Hannover; Josefa González, Institute of Evolutionary Biology (CSIC-Universitat Pompeu Fabra); Sofie Meeus, Meise Botanic Garden; Helen E Roy, UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology; Xana Sá-Pinto, Research Centre Didactics and Technology in Education of Trainers, Campus Universitário de Santiago; Roberto Torres Miranda, La Ciència Al Teu Món, SciComm Association.
Promoting scientific literacy in Evolution through citizen science
KEYWORDS: evaluation, evolution misconceptions, education, learning, public participation in scientific research
Future of C*Science 9
Thursday (survey)
Navarro, Aspen

with Laura Parchman, The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Enhancing Data Access and Application to Maximize Citizen Science Retention
KEYWORDS: Data, retention, engagement
Future of C*Science 3
Thursday (data)
Nelson, Sarah
Appalachian Mountain Club
with Katharine Hinkle (co-presenting), Innovation Academy Charter School; Celia Chen, Dartmouth College; Collin A. Eagles-Smith U.S. Geological Survey; Colleen Emery, U.S. Geological Survey; Colleen Flanagan Pritz, National Park Service; Katherine Ko, National Park Service; Nate Schumacher, Appalachian Mountain Club; James Willacker, U.S. Geological Survey
The Merrimack Dragonfly Mercury Project: Connecting people to place in urban settings while informing mercury risk
KEYWORDS: Environmental justice, contaminants, place-based environmental education
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 5
Tuesday (justice)
Nelson, Peder
Oregon State University
with Jake Rose, Chronolog
Seeing the past in the present: how citizen science compliments 50-years of Landsat Earth Observations
KEYWORDS: photos, machine learning, community engagement
Future of C*Science 4
Thursday (digital)
Newman, Noah
Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow (CoCoRaHS) network
with Jennifer Hastings, Multnomah Education Service District
“Inside” Education: Collaboration is Essential for Success in Education for Incarcerated Students
KEYWORDS: social justice, equity diversity and inclusion, collaboration
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 4
Tuesday (inclusion)
Newman, Sarah

with Greg Newman, CitSci, Colorado State University Stacy Lynn, CitSci, Colorado State University Guhan Sivikami, CitSci, Colorado State University Brandon Budnicki, CitSci, Colorado State University Mona Wong, Science Community Gateways Institute, San Diego Supercomputer Center
Co-creating CitSci.org through a Volunteer Distributed Developer Network
KEYWORDS: Cyberinfrastructure, CitSci, Developers
Working Across Boundaries 7
Wednesday (project)
Niers, Tom
Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster
with Jan Stenkamp, Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster; Nick Jakuschona, Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster; Thomas Bartoschek, Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster
Multi-Sensor Feeder: Automated and Easy-To-Use Animal Monitoring Tool for Citizens
KEYWORDS: Biodiversity Monitoring, Do-It-Yourself, Artificial Intelligence
Future of C*Science 1
Thursday (biodiversity)
O’Donnell, Kelly
Macaulay Honors College, CUNY
with Colleen Hitchcock, Brandeis University; Jon Sullivan, Lincoln University
Cultivating Bioliteracy, Biodiscovery, Data Literacy, and Ecological Monitoring in Undergraduate Courses with iNaturalist
KEYWORDS: higher education, natural history, bioliteracy
Future of C*Science 5
Thursday (education)
O’Neill, Claire
Earthwise Aware
with Claire O’Neill, Earthwise Aware; Jennifer Clifford, Earthwise Aware; Kathy McGlathery, Earthwise Aware
Protecting Urban Biodiversity with Natural History & Participatory Science
KEYWORDS: biodiversity citizen science, democratization of science, natural history
Future of C*Science 10
Thursday (urban)
O’Ryan, Dylan
California State University, Sacramento
with
Insights from Water Quality Community Based Monitoring Program – Storm Drain Detectives, City of Lodi
KEYWORDS: stormwater, community based monitoring, water quality
Future of C*Science 10
Thursday (urban)
Okholm, Anna
Department of Biology, University of Southern Denmark
with Sara Egemose, Department of Biology, University of Southern Denmark; Christina Greve, Department of Biology, University of Southern Denmark; Laura Amy Mohaupt, Department of Biology, University of Southern Denmark; Thomas Kaarsted, Citizen Science Knowledge Center, University of Southern Denmark; Gitte Kragh, Centre for Science Studies, Aarhus University
Engaging children and young people in lake ecology through activities in their spare time
KEYWORDS: Lake ecology, public awareness, and knowledge
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 2
Tuesday (engage)
Oschrin, Emma
Budburst, Chicago Botanic Garden
with Taran Lichtenberger, Chicago Botanic Garden; Sarah Jones, Chicago Botanic Garden; Kayri Havens, Chicago Botanic Garden; Jennifer Schwarz, Chicago Botanic Garden
Budburst Milkweeds and Monarchs: Improving community science projects through compensation and bilingual resources
KEYWORDS: Community science, community engagement, milkweeds and monarchs
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 1
Tuesday (data)
Pecore, John

with Kwame Owusu-Daaku, University of West Florida; Aletheia Zambesi, University of West Florida; Melissa Demetrikopoulos, Institute for Biomedical Philosophy
Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Teach with Citizen Science Models
KEYWORDS: Teacher development, collaboration, research
Working Across Boundaries 3
Wednesday (collaborations)
Perelló, Josep
Universitat de Barcelona
with Franziska Peter, Universitat de Barcelona; Isabelle Bonhoure, Universitat de Barcelona
CoAct for Mental Health: Co-creating a chatbot to explore and promote mental health social support networks
KEYWORDS: Mental health, chatbot, Citizen social science, digital platforms
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 3
Tuesday (health)
Perucca Iannitelli, Carla
Science for Change
with Amalia Verzola, European Science Engagement Association
Paths and strategies to ensure inclusiveness and diversity in Citizen Science Initiatives: The H2020 STEPCHANGE project
KEYWORDS: Citizen Science, Inclusiveness, Diversity
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 4
Tuesday (inclusion)
Philippoff, Joanna
University of Hawaii at Manoa
with Lori Fulton, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Anuschka Faucci, Leeward Community College
Balancing scientific and educational goals: Modifying a marine monitoring project designed for secondary teachers and students for an elementary-aged audience
KEYWORDS: Marine biodiversity, elementary audience
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 7
Tuesday (school)
Phillips, Sarah
Randall’s Island Park Alliance
with Jackie Wu, Randall’s Island Park Alliance
Marine Debris Aggregation: NYC Sustainability
KEYWORDS: Marine Debris, Plastic Bag Ban, Sustainability
Future of C*Science 10
Thursday (urban)
Pocock, Michael
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
with Rich Burkmar, UKCEH; Katty Baird, UKCEH; Alison Dyke, University of York; Susan Jarvis, UKCEH; Thomas Mondain-Monval, UKCEH; Simon Rolph, UKCEH; Rachel Pateman, University of York; Jennifer Rao-Williams, University of York; Greg McInerny, University of Warwick; Cagatay Turkay, University of Warwick; Janice Ansine, Open University; Advaith Siddharthan, Open University; Emma Wright, JNCC; Tom August, UKCEH
The DECIDE project: Adaptive sampling for precision citizen science in biodiversity monitoring
KEYWORDS: biodiversity monitoring, adaptive sampling, co-design
Future of C*Science 1
Thursday (biodiversity)
Qin, Xiao
University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability
with Cecelia Batterbee, University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability; Brianna Ellis, University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability; Connor Roessler, University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability;
Maximizing the value of Schoolship data: Recommendations for a long-term citizen science monitoring strategy
KEYWORDS: Environmental education, Field-based science, Database management
Future of C*Science 3
Thursday (data)
Randall, Ed.D., Kathy Ann
Doctor of Education
with
Educating for Ecological Literacy: Extending Knowledge for Community Decision-Making
KEYWORDS: Keywords: community conservation, ecological literacy, environmental education
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 8
Tuesday (social)
Reda, Zeina

with Natalie Sampson, University of Michigan-Dearborn; Carmel Price, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Amani Abuelenain, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Environmental Health Research-to-Action: Building Capacity for Environmental Justice With, For, and By Youth
KEYWORDS: Youth, Environmental Justice, Advocacy, Intergenerational, Environmental Health, Community Science, Health Equity
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 5
Tuesday (justice)
Reinoso, Diana
Science for Change
with Diana Reinoso, Science for Change; Josep Perellò, OpenSystems UB; Albert Del Amor, Mollet del Vallès city council; Raúl González del Pozo, Mollet del Vallès city council; Guifré Ortiz, Mollet del Vallès city council; Tatiana Fernández, Government of Cataluña; Sergio Martínez Pérez, Government of Cataluña
Citizen science for the co-design and implementation of an “interactive waste game”
KEYWORDS:
Future of C*Science 2
Thursday (community)
Remine, Katie
Woodland Park Zoo
with Robert Long, Woodland Park Zoo; Mark Jordan, Seattle University
Engaging Residents in Research to Promote Human-Carnivore Coexistence
KEYWORDS: human-carnivore coexistence, camera traps, public observations
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 2
Tuesday (engage)
Ricci, Alyssa
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
with Dr. Neha Sunger, West Chester University; Dr. Ramona Stone, West Chester University; Dr. Constantinos Pistos, West Chester University; Bhumika Patel, West Chester University; Marina Mathew, West Chester University, Collin Oriente, West Chester University; Asmaa Abdelbary, West Chester University; Dr. John Stolz, Duquesne University
A baseline water quality assessment for private wells located in Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA
KEYWORDS: water quality, private well, environmental science
Working Across Boundaries 9
Wednesday (roles)
Roche, Abby

with Hannah Lust, MDI Biological Laboratory; Jane Disney, MDI Biological Laboratory; Laura Rickard, University of Maine
Storied Dimensions of Engagement: Ripple Effect Mapping as a Participant-Centered Tool for Evaluating Community Science Engagement
KEYWORDS: Community engagement, Evaluation, Citizen science
Working Across Boundaries 6
Wednesday (evaluation)
Roche, Christina
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
with Marianne Barrier, NC Museum of Natural Sciences; Michael Schnatter, NC Museum of Natural Sciences; Robert R. Dunn, NC State University; Julie Horvath, NC Museum of Natural Sciences and North Carolina Central University
Cheese Questionnaire Engages The Public In Museum Lab Research
KEYWORDS: Questionnaire, public engagement, museum
Working Across Boundaries 7
Wednesday (project)
Rose, Jake

with
Lowering the barrier to participate. How Chronolog became a self perpetuating project that doesn’t need to be advertised.
KEYWORDS: environmental monitoring, promotion
Future of C*Science 6
Thursday (long term)
Rosenthal, Isaac

with Molly N. Simon, Arizona State University; Laura Trouille, Adler Planetarium/Northwestern University; Jarrett E. K. Byrnes, University of Massachusetts Boston
Kelp from Space: A Citizen Science Powered Investigation of Climate Change in the Classroom
KEYWORDS: climate change, self efficacy, data literacy, higher education, virtual learning
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 7
Tuesday (school)
Safaya, Smriti
University of York, Science Education Group and Stockholm Environment Institute-York
with Lynda Dunlop, University of York Science Education Group; Sarah West, Stockholm Environment Institute-York
Appetite youth have for environmental activism with citizen science as a catalyst
KEYWORDS: youth engagement, environmental activism, (citizen science) impact
Working Across Boundaries 2
Wednesday (school)
Salas Seoane, Nora

with Diana Reinoso, Science for Change; Josep Perelló, OpenSystems UB; Mar Escarrabill, Science for Change; Caterina Sampol Mayol, Hospital Sant Pau; Ramón Rovira Negre, Hospital de Sant Pau; Josep Perelló, Hospital Sant Pau; Esther Vizcaíno, Catalan Agency for Health Quality and Assessment (AQuAS); Garazi Carrillo Aguirre, Catalan Agency for Health Quality and Assessment (AQuAS); Johanna Milena Caro, Catalan Agency for Health Quality and Assessment (AQuAS); Tatiana Fernández, Government of Catalonia
Giving Voice to Endometriosis, a Citizen Science Project
KEYWORDS: Endometriosis, women’s health, patient engagement, patient experience, social innovation.
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 3
Tuesday (health)
Salthouse, Robin
SciStarter
with Emily Early, National Girls Collaborative
Libraries as Community Hubs for Citizen Science
KEYWORDS: Library, community engagement
Working Across Boundaries 9
Wednesday (roles)
Sanz-García, Francisco
Ibercivis Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain
with Anne Turbé, Ecoscope, Haifa, Israel; Jorge Barba, Ibercivis Foundation, Saragossa, Spain; Maite Pelacho, Ibercivis Foundation, Saragossa, Spain, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain; Shailendra Mudgal, Bio Innovation Services, Paris, France; Lucy D. Robinson, Natural History Museum, London, Great Britain; Fermin Serrano-Sanz, Government of Aragon, Saragossa, Spain; Francisco Sanz, Ibercivis Foundation, Saragossa, Spain; Chrisa Tsinaraki, European Commission- Joint Research Center (JRC), Ispra, Italy, Jose Miguel Rubio-Iglesias, European Environment Agency. EEA – European Commission, Copenhagen, Denmark; Sven Schade, European Commission- Joint Research Center (JRC), Ispra, Italy
Understanding the Citizen Science Landscape for European Environmental Policy: An Assessment and Recommendations.
KEYWORDS: policy, sustainable development, project inventory
Working Across Boundaries
Wednesday (review)
Schulwitz, Sarah
The Peregrine Fund
with Vanessa Fry, Boise State University Sara Hagenah, Boise State University Christopher J. W. McClure, The Peregrine Fund Anahita Zabihi Gilvan, The Peregrine Fund, Boise State University Abigail Thomson, The Peregrine Fund, Boise State University Brian Rolek, The Peregrine Fund Erin Katzner, The Peregrine Fund Meagan Haynes, Boise State University Carl Siebert, Boise State University
STEM Webcams as Tools for Learning and Education
KEYWORDS: STEM webcam, informal STEM learning, online STEM learning
Working Across Boundaries 10
Wednesday (tools)
Schwerin, Theresa
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
with Anne Holland, Space Science Institute
Collaborative Library Programs with Citizen Science
KEYWORDS: libraries, community engagement
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 2
Tuesday (engage)
Sheehan, Nancy
Program Coordinator, Journey North, UW-Madison Arboretum
with Scott Dyke, Communication Specialist, Journey North, UW-Madison Arboretum; Annie Isenbarger, Data Verifier, Journey North, UW-Madison Arboretum; Lisa Andrewski, HelpLine Coordinator, Journey North, UW-Madison Arboretum
Telling wildlife migration stories and sharing data across a diverse, international audience: Experiences from Journey North
KEYWORDS: Wildlife migration, Story Telling, Data Publishing
Working Across Boundaries 4
Wednesday (data)
Sheel, Vallari
North Carolina State University, USA
with
Community-Led Tree Census Initiative in New Delhi for Protection of Residential Street Trees
KEYWORDS: Street trees, community-led, tree census
Working Across Boundaries 1
Wednesday (biodiversity)
Slipski, Marek
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
with Armin Kleinböhl, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA; Jason Reimuller, International Institute for Astronautical Science, Boulder, CO; Klaus-Michael Aye, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Cloudspotting on Mars: A NASA citizen science project on Zooniverse
KEYWORDS: Mars, clouds, planetary science
Working Across Boundaries 7
Wednesday (project)
Smith, Haley
NC State University
with Caren Cooper, NC State University; K.C. Busch, NC State University; Amy Muslim, Girl Scouts Research Institute at Girl Scouts of the USA; Suzanne Harper, Girl Scouts of the USA; Kaleigh McKenna, Girl Scouts of the USA; Lawrencia Teris, Girl Scouts Research Institute at Girl Scouts of the USA; Caroline Nickerson, SciStarter; Daniel Arbuckle, SciStarter; Darlene Cavalier, SciStarter/Arizona State University
Facilitator Organizations Enhance Environmental Citizen Science Outcomes: A Case Study of the Girl Scouts’ “Think Like a Citizen Scientist” Journey
KEYWORDS: informal science learning, civic engagement, facilitator organizations
Working Across Boundaries 6
Wednesday (evaluation)
Sowa, Jessica
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
with Katherine Przeworski, West Chester University; India Cannon, West Chester University; Noni Diarra, West Chester University; Sarah Lancaster, West Chester University; Catherine Byrnes, West Chester University
Nematode Hunters: Bringing Authentic Biology Research into the Elementary School Classroom
KEYWORDS: Cell biology, Field collection, Elementary School
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 9
Tuesday (youth)
Sprinks, James
Earthwatch Europe
with Luigi Ceccaroni, Earthwatch Europe; Uta Wehn, IHE Delft; Hannah Joyce, The River Restoration Centre; Mohammad Gharesifard, IHE Delft; John Wheatland, The River Restoration Centre; Luke Somerwill, IHE Delft; Marc Naura, The River Restoration Centre; Bruna Gumiero, University of Bologna; Francesco Zaffanella, Alta Adriatico Water Authority; Balazs Kozak, Geonardo Ltd.; Albert Scrieciu, GeoEcoMar
The MICS Platform: Citizen Science and its Impact
KEYWORDS: impact, SDGs, platforms
Future of C*Science 4
Thursday (digital)
Strähle, Michael
Wissenschaftsladen Wien – Science Shop Vienna
with Christine Urban, Wissenschaftsladen Wien – Science Shop Vienna
The Activities & Dimensions Grid of Citizen Science
KEYWORDS: citizen science, categorisations
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 8
Tuesday (social)
Streit Krug, Aubrey
The Land Institute
with David Van Tassel, The Land Institute; Anna Andersson, The Land Institute; Lydia Nicholson, The Land Institute
Researchers as Learners: A Case Study in Starting a New Civic Science Program at an Agricultural Non-Profit Organization
KEYWORDS: Agriculture, Pilot Project, Reflexivity
Working Across Boundaries 8
Wednesday (review)
Sudra, Ria

with
Surveying Lichen Populations as a Bio-indicator for Ecosystem Health and levels of Air Pollution in East London, UK
KEYWORDS: Fungi, Air Pollution, Bio-monitoring
Future of C*Science 1
Thursday (biodiversity)
Terenzini, John
Hong Kong Jellyfish Project
with
Marine citizen science by a non-expert in a bilingual environment
KEYWORDS: Project creation, bilingual engagement, biodiversity
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 6
Tuesday (project creation)
Terry, Bryan

with
Utilizing Citizen Science to Assess Air Pollution for an Environmental Justice Community
KEYWORDS:
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 5
Tuesday (justice)
Toshack, Michelle
Adventure Scientists
with Maris Fessenden, Adventure Scientists; Isabella Pritchard, Adventure Scientists
How digital management tools enable volunteer data collection at scale for Adventure Scientists’ Timber Tracking Project
KEYWORDS: Project management, automated systems, scale
Future of C*Science 4
Thursday (digital)
Townley, Jill
Eterna Massive Open Laboratory
with
Eterna, mRNA stability, and the OpenVaccine project
KEYWORDS: vaccines, coronavirus, video game, molecular biology, RNA design
Working Across Boundaries 5
Wednesday (data)
Van Laer, Jef

with Philippe Bastiaens, Karel De Grotehogeschool (Antwerp), Jelle Boeve-De Pauw, Karel De Grotehogeschool (Antwerp), Mart Doms, Karel De Grotehogeschool (Antwerp), Charlotte Hens, Scivil (Leuven) Filip Mennes, Odisee hogeschool (Brussels), Jef Van Laer Scivil (Leuven)
Citizen science in the classroom – a guide for citizen science practitioners
KEYWORDS: Education, schools, project development
Working Across Boundaries 8
Wednesday (review)
Verstraelen, Karen
Scivil, Citizen Science Expertise Centre Flanders
with Annelies Duerinckx, Scivil; Kristien Rombouts, Scivil; Jef Van Laer, Scivil; Winnie Himpe, Scivil; Pieter Duysburgh, Knowledge centre data & society; Michiel Vaes, Knowledge centre data & society; Carina Veeckman, imec-VUB-SMIT
Amai! What an amazing AI-dea! Co-creating AI-based solutions for societal challenges
KEYWORDS: Artificial intelligence, societal challenges, co-creation
Future of C*Science 4
Thursday (digital)
Vivas Lalinde, Irene
Eurocities
with Mohammad Gharesifard, Eurocities; Brooke Flanagan, Eurocities
THE LANDSCAPE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CITIZEN SCIENCE IN EUROPEAN CITIES
KEYWORDS: Citizen science, cities, landscape review
Working Across Boundaries 8
Wednesday (review)
Vivas Lalinde , Irene

with Mohammad Gharesifard, Eurocities; Brooke Flanagan, Eurocities
A landscape review of environmental citizen science initiatives and their common challenges in cities
KEYWORDS: Citizen science, cities, landscape review
Working Across Boundaries 8
Wednesday (review)
Von Matter, Sandro
CitSciLabs • Advanced Studies on Citizen Science – Social Network Analysis (SNA) Laboratory
with First name: Dominee Last name: Cagle Affiliation: (UFL) University of Florida
Citizen Science Influencers (CSIs) as a major force for Global Biodiversity Monitoring
KEYWORDS: recruitment, social network analyses, engagement
Future of C*Science 8
Thursday (social)
Walker, Emma

with Helen Fitanides, Sierra Streams Institute; Alex Carey, Sierra Streams Institute
Using Twenty Years of Citizen Science Data to Assess Watershed Health and Monitoring Efficiency
KEYWORDS: Water quality, monitoring, watershed health, restoration, community engagement, volunteer
Future of C*Science 6
Thursday (long term)
Walls, Dan
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
with Abby Kinchy, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Sebastián Ureta, Universidad de Alberto Hurtado; Kathy High, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Mónica D. Ramírez-Andreotta, University of Arizona; Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro, SUNY New Paltz; Tal Margalit, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Hannah Price, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Chie Xu, Yale University.
Collaborative Soil Workshops on Lead and Arsenic in Urban Green Spaces
KEYWORDS: undone science, participatory action, soil
Working Across Boundaries 5
Wednesday (engage)
Watson, Zac
Amherst College
with Elizabeth Zhang, Amherst College; Fariya Farah, Amherst College; Calista Hundley, Amherst College; Thea Kristensen, Amherst College
Empowering K-12 students to engage with science through an undergraduate-led citizen science education collaboration
KEYWORDS: Undergraduate instruction, K-12 education, Science identity
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 7
Tuesday (school)
Weaver, Kristen

with Holli Kohl, NASA Goddard/SSAI; David Overoye, Science Systems and Applications, Inc.
Data From Here: Localized Data Requests with GLOBE Observer
KEYWORDS: Localized data, app-based data collection, technology tools
Future of C*Science 4
Thursday (digital)
Wernoch, Rylee

with Matt Heim, Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake; Alison Cawood, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Developing a Community-Driven Science Project Between Communities of Faith and Scientists
KEYWORDS: Community Driven-Science, Faith-Based Communities, Environmental Monitoring, Ecosystem Restoration
Working Across Boundaries 9
Wednesday (roles)
Wesencraft, Katrina

with Kassie Perlongo, Bay Area Environmental Research Institute; Cole Johnston, Radboud University; Nora Eisner, University of Oxford
Planet Hunters Coffee Chat: accelerating people-powered exoplanet discovery in TESS data
KEYWORDS: exoplanets, astrophysics, data analysis
Future of C*Science 3
Thursday (data)
Woolery, Lee Ann
Citizen Artist
with
Reaching a broad audience using alternative research methodologies.
KEYWORDS: underrepresented, environmental, research
Future of C*Science 5
Thursday (education)
zu Ermgassen, Erasmus
UCLouvain
with Vivian Ribeiro, SEI; Tiago Reis, Global Canopy & Imaflora; Toby Gardner, SEI; Patrick Meyfroidt, UCLouvain
‘DO PASTO AO PRATO’: A CITIZEN SCIENCE INITIATIVE TO (M)APP THE SUPPLY CHAIN OF CATTLE PRODUCTS WITHIN BRAZIL
KEYWORDS: transparency, deforestation, livestock
Equity and Inclusivity in C*Science 2
Tuesday (engage)