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Citizen Science Project

With many new and on-going citizen projects planned or underway within the High Impact Weather community, this project is designed to share information and to provide tools to help groups and agencies develop citizen science activities. Below are highlighted activities.

Demonstration Projects

This activity aims to provide a platform for citizen science projects to be showcased through HIWeather supported web platforms. We share and highlight four citizen science projects. Read more.

Online Seminars

In partnership with the Young Earth Systems Scientist (YESS) Community, we delivered two webinar series on the citizen science in weather, climate, and related projects delivered in 2020 and 2023. The collection of webinar sessions is available to view in this compilation playlist:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=SA7cSyM_wqU&list=PL2LikZXIOUIZzgEr0se4ts864VBXWzrwE

Special Issue 

The Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies published the HIWeather special issue on citizen science in December 2021 https://trauma.massey.ac.nz/issues/2021-3/AJDTS_25_3_contents.pdf. The special issue brings together accounts of the research, policy and practice initiatives from researchers, practitioners and the wider HIWeather and other disaster risk reduction community.

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