The study under the applied STSM would use a Citizen Science platform to advance the spatial prediction of invasive forest Phytophthoras by providing the public with inexpensive location-based, time series data of unprecedented quantity and distribution.
Full catalogue of COST Action 151212 reports, some of which can be downloaded.
Dr Joseph Roche undertook a STSM in November 2017 and developed a research agenda around the role of citizen science in education.
A List of data quality standards across different disciplines was developed.
A workshop was organised by WG 2 in Lisbon, Portugal to create an outline for a paper on synergies between citizen science and education.
Invasive Alien Species (IAS) are a growing threat to Europe’s biodiversity. A JRC-COST joint workshop focused on strategies for collecting and sharing data gathered by citizens, with the aim to support a European early warning and rapid information system.
As part of his STSM at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology under the supervision of Dr. Assaf Shwartz and Dr. Liat Levontin, Martin Jeanmougin developed a database on published studies of the motivations of citizens to participate in citizen science projects.
A short output of the WG 4 Workshop in London on March 20 and 21 2017 is now online.
First Workshop by WG 5 in Novia Sad, Serbia in March 2017 with the topic "Towards a new ontology of Citizen Science".
Infos about the "Kick - it - off - the - ground / 2. MC Meeting and Working Groups Meeting in December 2016"