COMBER - HCMR experience on citizen sciences

Tuesday 28 May 2013
by  Jean Pierre FERAL
popularity : 9%

COMBER (Citizens’ Network for the Observation of Marine BiodivERsity) was a pilot citizen science project initiated under the EU project ViBRANT.
It was designed and implemented for divers and snorkelers who are interested in participating in marine biodiversity citizen science projects. It shows the necessity of engaging the broader community in marine biodiversity monitoring and research projects, networks and initiatives. It analyses the stakeholders, the industry and the relevant markets involved in diving activities and their potential to sustain these activities. Plans include promotion, links with citizen science web developments, data publishing tools, and development of new scientific hypotheses to be tested by the data collected so far.

Presentation of COMBER by Sarah Faulwetter (HCMR?)


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