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ISeeChange Community Weather and Climate Change Journal Citizen


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If you collect data about your local environment, want to share an interesting change you have notice or have a question you, visit iSeeChange and become ...

ISeeChangers from around the world help monitor climate and weather in real time … building resilience awareness, identifying trends, improving models, ...

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Citizen Science in the Classroom: I See Change - Citizen Science Salon : Citizen Science Salon

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ISeeChangers from around the world help monitor climate and weather in real time … building resilience awareness, identifying trends, improving models, ...

I worked with ISeeChange, a community weather and climate change journal, to coordinate data collection, research, and evaluation of a citizen science ...

In a recent article, Sarah Tory from High Country News asks, “Is the West Prepared for Climate Change?” According to findings from the States at Risk ...

ISeeChange | Community Weather and Climate Change Journal

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“Science stories usually begin with a scientist, making observations and asking questions. They answer their own questions with research, I do a story on ...

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ISeeChange (https://www.iseechange.org/) is empowering communities to observe how weather and climate affect their environment.

Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) by craigaltemose

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Dive Against Debris for the Sake of Clean Oceans

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Citizen Science Saturday At Ardastra Gardens Zoo

'Harlem Heat Project' Enlists Citizen Scientists in Sensor Data News Project to Tackle Heat Wave Health Risks

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Word with Citizen Science Friends: Language citizen science projects

ISeeChange/Adaptations Residency . I worked with ISeeChange, a community weather and climate change journal ...

iSeeChange: Almanac Website Coming Soon

CoCoRaHS: Rain, Hail, Snow Network is a citizen science project to Provide weather data to meteorologists

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Letter to Climate Change Educators


Come see us at the Citizen Science Association conference!

Come see the @iseechange team all week here in NOLA!pic.twitter.com/s4nDam5H3a

An Autumn Bounty of Citizen Science

Tag: climate change. Book Reviews Citizen Science Connected Blog Ecology Oceanography

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Find citizen science projects—Participate & collect data for scientists.

... a one stop shop for weather, climate, emergency, to replace the previous 3-4 different sources. Pairing this data with community contributions created a ...

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Top 18 Projects of 2018

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This story was produced in collaboration with iSeeChange, a community climate and weather journal.

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Book Review: Citizen Science for Now and for Always

Listen to farmers discuss the iSeeChange project. Source: iSeeChange.

Dan Leininger of Louisiana uploaded this photo of ducks to the iSeeChange Almanac in March. Photo: Courtesy iSeeChange

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... startups like @iseechange, a crowdsourced collaboration platform to inform climate resiliency and infrastructure projects.pic.twitter.com/SZE65ApPAo

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Weather, Medical, Medical Doctor, Weather Crafts, Medicine, Med School, Medical

Using the art of observation for scientific research


The Community Science 101 Thriving Earth Exchange event was a great starting point for learning how to ask better, more probing questions to understand what ...

10 Must-Read Books for Urbanists on Cities, Race and Public Space


Nature's Notebook: Investigating the Science of Seasons

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USDA Forest Service

iSeeChange is a citizen science project to Uncover how extreme climate changes affect daily life in

What's the weather?

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A Greener, Fairer Future is Possible

"Citizen Science: How Ordinary People are Changing the Face of Discovery," by Caren Cooper (Overlook Press)

How to Have a Conversation About Climate Change

Lessons in Resilience: Living with Water in New Orleans


See the full presentation by Brian Vant-Hull and Prathap Ramamurthy of City College below:

Projects — Zooniverse

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The iSeeChange project and its website, thealmanac.org, are now featured in a beautiful new metasite produced by AIR, the Association of Independents in ...

Lessons from Exeter's Environmental Literature Institute

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Citizen Science goes to camp and into classrooms: Join us for a Virtual Citizen Science Field Trip!

Disk Detective

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We have a great list of Youth Action Ideas for climate change solutions in your school on the Climate Generation site. Email education@climategen.org if you ...

Citizen Science Needed to Help Feed the World



Citizen science comes to public television this April

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ISeeChange on Twitter: "Feelin da heat? Tell us about it! #NOLA heat index 2day is 105-110. Stay hydrated, check on loved ones & post to ISC ...

"Fry-Day" Heat Index Near 100F - Severe Threat Saturday - Breathing Easier by Sunday - StarTribune.com

Citizen Science, Deep Space, Science Projects, Astronomy, Research, Science Fair Projects

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Working with both residents and local hydrologists, we developed a community-sourced flood monitoring method that painted an ever-more detailed portrait of ...

From counting bees to studying stars, amateur scientists can make contributions to professionals' work, Caren Cooper argues. Science “doesn't have to be ...

But now that the East Coast has dug out of the snow and ice, Drapkin says iSeeChange is hoping more people here will participate in the project.

Review of Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy

Water volume decreased in the Mono Lake in California. Climate change has decreased snow fall, lowering the water levels. Photo credit: Sheila Sund via ...

The Northern Manhattan Climate Action Plan

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