Using citizen science for coastal data collection (2016)
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PublisherNew Zealand Coastal Society
Citizen science has come of age in New Zealand and there are a wide range of opportunities for coastal scientists and practitioners to make use of, or contribute to it. This article provides an overview of some recent highlights and progress with a focus on projects supported by NatureWatch NZ, a national platform for citizen science in New Zealand
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