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Workshop posters

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Many participants at the April 2011 workshop, Engaging and Learning for Conservation, presented posters describing their projects, research, and or technologies. Click on the poster thumbnail or the name of the poster to download the PDF. Click on the presenter's name to view their bio.


Arkansas poster thumbnail

Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission: Statewide Citizen Science Projects

Jane Jones-Schulz, Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission



Cigliano poster thumbnail

Queen Conch Earthwatch Project in Sapodilla Cayes Marine Reserve, Belize

John Cigliano, Cedar Crest College




LA poster thumbnail

North Campus: LA's Urban Nature

Lila Higgins, LA County Natural History Museum




Matsumoto poster thumbnail

Citizen Science, Belly Biology on the Beach: Beach Monitoring with High School Students in Puget Sound.

Karen Matsumoto, Seattle Aquarium



Newman poster thumbnail Online Participatory GIS.

Greg Newman, Colorado State University




      UK poster thumbnail

Citizen Science at the UK's National Museum of Natural History.

John Tweddle, UK National Museum of Natural History



Wiggins poster thumbnail

eBirding: Technology Adoption and the Transformation of Leisure into Science.

Andrea Wiggins, Syracuse University School of Information Sciences



Domroese poster

Great Pollinator Project: Native Bees and their NYC Watchers

Meg Domroese and Elizabeth Johnson, The Center for Biodiversity Conservation, American Museum of Natural History



USA-NPN poster thumbnail

Tracking Climate Change with Nature's Notebook

Jake Weltzin, USA National Phenology Network



Shirk et al poster thumbnail

Public Participation in Scientific Research: Converging on Effective Design Strategies

Jennifer Shirk, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Department of Program Development and Evaluation



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