More Upcoming CitSci Virtual Events This Month!
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Happy Monday! Just a note to remind y'all about the many exciting NASA-related events in CitSciVirtual still ahead this month!
May 11, 1:30-3pm ET "Understanding your air quality using available sensor and satellite data" Karmann Mills (RTI International), et al.
May 12, 12-1:30pm ET "Understanding your air quality using available sensor and satellite data" Karmann Mills (RTI International), et al.
May 12, 2:30-3:30 pm ET, poster session 6B: Rose Snyder, Point Blue Conservation Science, et al., The Soundscapes to Landscapes project: Development of a bioacoustics-based bird diversity monitoring workflow that involves citizen scientists (#128)
May 14, 3-4 pm ET: The NASA Citizen Science poster session.
- Supporting equitable access to robust High School research experiences: the role of NASA investments in citizen science. Russanne Low of Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Cassie Soeffing of IGES, Peder Nelson of Oregon State University, Theresa Schwerin of IGES, GLOBE Observer.
- Citizen Scientist Contributions to Data Quality: Developing Algorithms to Improve Science Outcomes. Matteo Kimura, Independence High School, Frisco, TX, et al., GLOBE Observer.
- Citizen Science Curricular Module for Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Michael Guarraia, NASA Einstein Fellow et al.
- Citizen science to support studies of physical, biological, ecological, and environmental interactions in coherent ocean features. Nikolai Maximenko, University of Hawaii, et al.
- FjordPhyto and NASA Partners with Antarctic Travelers to Understand Polar Phytoplankton Dynamics. Allison Cusick, Scripps Inst. of Oceanography, et al., FjordPhyto.
- First illustrated bi-lingual identification guide to phytoplankton of the Antarctic Peninsula for a non-scientific audience created by FjordPhyto. Celeste Kroeger Campodónico, Scripps Inst. Oceanography, et al., FjordPhyto.
May 18 1:30-3:00pm ET bundle B17 Elizabeth MacDonald (Aurorasaurus/NASA), et al, Extreme Monitoring, Local to Global
Hilde Fålun Strøm and Sunniva Sorby are world-class explorers and citizen scientists—and the first women to overwinter alone in Svalbard, Norway. Their ongoing initiative, Hearts in the Ice, centers on multiple citizen science projects and climate change awareness. (repeats May 25, see below)
May 19, 2:30-3:30 pm ET, poster session 10B: Kristen Weaver, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Science Systems and Applications, Inc. et al., Data Challenges and More: Using Events to Support Citizen Science with NASA and the GLOBE Program (#117)
May 24, 3-4 pm ET: NASA Citizen Science Funding Opportunities, with Dr. Marc Kuchner, NASA Citizen Science Officer (in Workshop Bundle 0, open to all)
May 25, 12:00-1:00 ET, poster session 13A: Collaboration and Partnerships, Citizen Science at Home: Public Libraries and Family Science, Theresa Schwerin, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) and NASA Earth Science Education Collaborative (NESEC), and Vivienne Byrd, Los Angeles Public Library, Neighborhood Science Program
May 25 1:30-3:00pm ET bundle B17 Elizabeth MacDonald (Aurorasaurus/NASA), et al, Extreme Monitoring, Local to Global
May 25, 4-5 pm ET: Informal gathering with Dr. Marc Kuchner and everyone interested in NASA citizen science. Join the NASA Citizen Science Group (open to all) to find and join the Event.
And introducing: CitSciCon!
May 21-22; 10 am-7 pm ET, 11am -7 pm ET, respectively.