Citizen Science and Hazard Research (2018)
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Citizen science can be defined as the inclusion of community members (geographical or interest groups) in scientific projects. There are multiple ways of setting up a project, depending on the purpose. Some projects aim to increase science education, where as others use citizens to gather large datasets. There are projects which are developed and run by scientists,while others are co-designed with community groups who share the data gathering,coding and publishing ofthe science withtheacademic researcher.1-3
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