Are you a citizen scientist?

Are you a citizen scientist?

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21-Jan-2016

Are you a citizen science program manager who is collecting data on the natural environment in South East Queensland?

Then we want to hear from you!


SEQ Catchments is inviting citizen science program managers to contribute data into regional decision making tools. Your data will help to determine; high value conservation areas, assets that are vulnerable to future change, and prioritisation of regional conservation planning and management actions. 

By getting involved you’ll work one-on-one with SEQ Catchments to;

  • Establish clear data sharing agreements so we know exactly how and when you want your data used or shared with others
  • Organise and contribute your data
  • Develop and receive the mapping products you want, displaying your data in a way that’s useful to you.

Don’t delay, the first workshop is on February 9th 2016.


Places are limited. Get in touch with me to discuss your project and ideas.

We’d love to work with you.


Contact:

Apanie Wood
Coastal Catchments Eastern Area Manager | Regional Landcare Facilitator
Email: awood@seqcatchments.com.au


For more information about citizen science please visit: http://www.seqcatchments.com.au/programs/community-partnerships-citizen-science

This project is supported by SEQ Catchments Members Association through funding from the Australian Governments National Landcare Programme

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