[ASC-list] Webinar on Citizen Science . Atlas of Living Australia

Toss Gascoigne director at tossgascoigne.com.au
Wed Feb 24 23:05:26 UTC 2021

Webinar on Citizen Science

Wed 3 March, 1-2pm

Register: https://events.csiro.au/Events/2021/February/18/Exploring-citizen-science-disaster-response-and-recovery <https://events.csiro.au/Events/2021/February/18/Exploring-citizen-science-disaster-response-and-recovery>

The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) provides access to Australia’s largest collection of biodiversity information via the provision of open infrastructure and tools. Many of the tools available help support citizen science activities, including resources to support communities to respond to disaster events.

For our first webinar series for 2021, join us for three talks from leading scientists enabling citizen science in the disaster response and recovery area. The three speakers will discuss how their projects support data collection to monitor how the landscape is recovering from bushfires, how citizen scientists are helping us understand coastal processes and how the diet of echidnas has changed in fire affected landscapes.

Toss Gascoigne and Associates
56 Vasey Cres

Visiting Fellow
Centre for the Public Awareness of Science
The Australian National University

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