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Deconstructing citizen science – Analysis of communication about, from and within citizen science

Susanne Hecker, Monika Taddicken, Aletta Bonn
2020 Zenodo  
This paper-based thesis asks the question: What is the understanding and relevance of citizen science and how can we capture the concept of science communication in citizen science?  ...  Science communication and citizen science span far more than conventional uni-directional communication between science and society - as conceptualised in the so called deficit model.  ...  groups of organisms and their ecology To create a network among the actors involved To anticipate endangered species and declines in stocks To provide data for the National Biodiversity Monitoring System  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4439688 fatcat:p46lip5vsjctxaixybt46jinni

Ecological science and sustainability for the 21st century

Margaret A. Palmer, Emily S. Bernhardt, Elizabeth A. Chornesky, Scott L. Collins, Andrew P. Dobson, Clifford S. Duke, Barry D. Gold, Robert B. Jacobson, Sharon E. Kingsland, Rhonda H. Kranz, Michael J. Mappin, M Luisa Martinez (+8 others)
2005 Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment  
Environmental Protection Agency, the National Science Foundation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the US Geological Survey, and the US Department of Agriculture.  ...  We thank P Matson for motivating the project, the ESA Governing Board and headquarters for providing support received from the Andrew W Mellon Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the US  ...  Vastly and rapidly enhance the availability of data by creating an international ecological data registry that provides a freely searchable data catalog that identifies data sets and their owners.  ... 
doi:10.1890/1540-9295(2005)003[0004:esasft]2.0.co;2 fatcat:jmwolbodpbfvdpdsxju6ywuota

Ecological Science and Sustainability for the 21st Century

Margaret A. Palmer, Emily S. Bernhardt, Elizabeth A. Chornesky, Scott L. Collins, Andrew P. Dobson, Clifford S. Duke, Barry D. Gold, Robert B. Jacobson, Sharon E. Kingsland, Rhonda H. Kranz, Michael J. Mappin, M. Luisa Martinez (+8 others)
2005 Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment  
Environmental Protection Agency, the National Science Foundation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the US Geological Survey, and the US Department of Agriculture.  ...  We thank P Matson for motivating the project, the ESA Governing Board and headquarters for providing support received from the Andrew W Mellon Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the US  ...  Vastly and rapidly enhance the availability of data by creating an international ecological data registry that provides a freely searchable data catalog that identifies data sets and their owners.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3868439 fatcat:kapjs5qstjf65i26qsursfhweu

Ecohydrology: An Integrative Sustainability Science [chapter]

Maciej Zalewski
2021 Hydrology [Working Title]  
Up until the end of the 20th century, water management was dominated by a mechanistic approach, focused on the elimination of threats such as floods and droughts and providing resources for the society  ...  new systemic solutions for enhancement of catchment sustainability potential WBSRCE (consisting of 5 elements: Water, Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services for Society, Resilience and Culture and Education  ...  All of that enforced by knowledge and broad scope of environmental sciences with consideration of diverse economic, legal and societal interactions.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.94169 fatcat:6g7craek7feuvfulb2sajkkjyq

Cross-fertilizing weed science and plant invasion science to improve efficient management: A European challenge

H. Müller-Schärer, Y. Sun, B. Chauvel, G. Karrer, G. Kazinczi, P. Kudsk, A.G.J.M. Lansink Oude, U. Schaffner, C.A. Skjoth, M. Smith, M. Vurro, L.A. de Weger (+1 others)
2018 Basic and Applied Ecology  
(v) It also led to design and implement management strategies in collaboration with the various stakeholder groups affected by noxious weeds, created training opportunities for early stage researchers  ...  , such as optimal cutting regimes and biological control for different regions and habitat types, and (ii) to assess benefits and risks of biological control.  ...  We acknowledge financial support from the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (13.0098.KP/M323-0760 to HMS), the Swiss  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.baae.2018.08.003 fatcat:ou4tlfljrnbkxnnn7rtvsg4bfm

Urban ecology: advancing science and society

Colby J Tanner, Frederick R Adler, Nancy B Grimm, Peter M Groffman, Simon A Levin, Jason Munshi-South, Diane E Pataki, Mitchell Pavao-Zuckerman, William G Wilson
2014 Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment  
Some of these roles involve the benefits that nature provides to humans within the built environment (ie ecosystem services).  ...  As scientists continue to learn more about the intended and unintended consequences of engineering built environments, they are in a position to begin asking what urban ecology can do for the science of  ... 
doi:10.1890/140019 fatcat:zgfl7d3lrfhidpvhaeb5jjvz6u

A Science of Fitness

R. E. Michod
1994 Science  
Conservation and restoration actions are experiments from which we can learn, provided assessment, analysis, and capacity for adaptive change are built into the management process.  ...  Norse argues that a focus on preservation of remnant populations is risky and expensive and ignores the goods and services provided by biodiversity.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.266.5184.468-a pmid:17816692 fatcat:igy2ew4xafeqhjti5nhdgfzhxi

Grand Challenges in Urban Science

Marina Alberti
2017 Frontiers in Built Environment  
The challenge is to turn the unprecedented floods of data into new knowledge about urban systems and novel insights for their effective management (Alberti, 2016) .  ...  Local governments and agencies are employing big data and analytics technologies to optimize infrastructure management and service delivery.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbuil.2017.00006 fatcat:sq6w2k6fhje6fjjduarvjftpzu

Ecoinformatics: supporting ecology as a data-intensive science

William K. Michener, Matthew B. Jones
2012 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
Acknowledgments This work was supported by National Science Foundation awards #0619060, #0743429, #0722079, #0753138, #0814449, #0830944, #0918635, and the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis  ...  [funded by NSF (Grant #EF-0553768), the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the State of California].  ...  It is a federated network providing infrastructure and services for environmental science, enabling new science and knowledge creation through anytime, anywhere access to data about life on Earth and the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tree.2011.11.016 pmid:22240191 fatcat:kg7wpt4vevhmjaeqwefpcpxizm

ECOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR SOIL SCIENCE

Patrick Lavelle
2000 Soil science  
SOIL SCIENCE, SOIL ECOLOGY AND THE GREEN REVOLUTION(S) Soil science has always provided the main theoretical background for the scientific development of land use practices (Pedro 1997) .  ...  This dynamic is supported by the recognition that practical solutions to environment problems linked to soil use and the maintenance of ecosystem services provided by soils (Daily et al., 1997) clearly  ... 
doi:10.1097/00010694-200001000-00009 fatcat:5grlpoiy4zdjnbqtgcxl5e6sm4

Open, peer reviewed report on NBS science

Stefani Novoa Gautier
2019 Zenodo  
The deliverable addresses major knowledge gaps in strengthening NBSs by the inclusion of citizen science.  ...  science and the environment.  ...  For instance, volunteers can collect data on water quality in urban environments, used to model ecosystem services.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3522715 fatcat:2f4ytgib2rgubp3c6pu4sh5faq

Democratizing conservation science and practice

Anne K. Salomon, Ken Lertzman, Kelly Brown, Ḵii'iljuus Barbara Wilson, Dave Secord, Iain McKechnie
2018 Ecology and Society  
Acknowledgments: We thank the many knowledge holders that took part in this collaborative research and teaching initiative; William Atlas, Susan Anderson-Bean, Jonaki Bhattacharyya, Frank Brown, Kathy  ...  Around the world, the devolution of power and authority to manage the environment has created both the need and fertile testing grounds for polycentric governance structures that can cope with multiuser  ...  Examples include the various payments for ecosystem services projects that exist worldwide.  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-09980-230144 fatcat:rb4gk3nouzcmxevrb3s44zp2ya

Science, Policy, and Stakeholders: Developing a Consensus Science Plan for Amchitka Island, Aleutians, Alaska

Joanna Burger, Michael Gochfeld, David Kosson, Charles W. Powers, Barry Friedlander, John Eichelberger, David Barnes, Lawrence K. Duffy, Stephen C. Jewett, Conrad D. Volz
2005 Environmental Management  
With the ending of the Cold War, the US Department of Energy is responsible for the remediation of  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the people who contributed to the development of the Science Plan, including Monica Sanchez, Runore Wycoff, and Peter Sanders  ...  The Science Plan was to provide the environmental characterization needed to achieve closure and delineate the needs for future biomonitoring for Amchitka Island.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00267-004-0126-6 pmid:15886955 fatcat:vfwl3dedxnchtokkudgu3mfsum

Science and Societal Partnerships to Address Cumulative Impacts

Carolyn J. Lundquist, Karen T. Fisher, Richard Le Heron, Nick I. Lewis, Joanne I. Ellis, Judi E. Hewitt, Alison J. Greenaway, Katie J. Cartner, Tracey C. Burgess-Jones, David R. Schiel, Simon F. Thrush
2016 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Emerging researchers (Graduate students and postdoctoral research associates)  ...  C01X1227 "Environmental futures in New Zealand's marine ecosystems: a dynamic approach toward managing for resilience."  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Funding was provided by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment Project No.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2016.00002 fatcat:j2vwkxalavarxnbctbkpn26jra

Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge with Western Science for Optimal Natural Resource Management

Serra Jeanette Hoagland
2017 IK. Other ways of knowing  
Kimmerer (2000) also recognizes the need to incorporate traditional ecological knowledge into biological education to provide students with a more holistic understanding of the environment with multicultural  ...  The future of our environment will depend on our ability to create sustainable environmental solutions, and, fortunately, sustainability is at the foundation of traditional ecological knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.18113/p8ik359744 fatcat:w2f5k6cx2rafjnrm7roecdhjjq
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