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Citizen science programs
Observation or monitoring activities that include contributions from amateur or non-professional scientists or other citizen volunteers.

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PDF A spatial analysis of cultural ecosystem service valuation by regional stakeholders in Florida: a coastal application of the social values for ecosystem services (SolVES) tool [More info]
Research project to close gaps in our knowledge about the attitudes and perceptions, or nonmonetary values, held by coastal residents for ecosystem services, particularly for cultural services.
PDF Species occurrence data for the nation [More info]
A web-based Federal mapping resource for species occurrence data in the United States and its Territories. Includes records for most living species found in the US. Explains how you can contribute information.
The National Map Corps [More info]
Explains how to get involved in The National Map as a volunteer by contributing information gathered using new technology.
PDF myScience--Engaging the public in U.S. Geological Survey science [More info]
Describes a web site that shows how you can participate in USGS scientific research and monitoring projects.
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