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Daviz Visualization Most common items found on beaches
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Daviz Visualization Marine litter watch communities
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Daviz Visualization C source code header Items per beach
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Highlight Bat populations recovering, according to largest ever European study
Bat numbers increased more than 40 % between 1993 and 2011, after declining for many years, according to a new report by the European Environment Agency (EEA), which considers the state of bat populations in a handful of countries across Europe.
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Daviz Visualization Biodiversity observation schemes using citizen science
The list of projects is drawn from an unpublished report prepared for the EEA by members of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Some more examples were added as a result of a questionnaire sent to all partners of the European Topic Centre on Biological Diversity (ETC/BD). An EIONET consultation provided more information that was further enlarged by ETC/BD partner European Centre for Nature Conservation (ECNC).
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European projects
Biodiversity monitoring schemes that use citizen science are common in Europe and increasing in number. There are many different monitoring schemes in place in European countries involving individual or networks of volunteers in contribution to biodiversity observation schemes.
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How is it being used by the EEA?
The EEA aims to deliver timely, targeted, relevant and reliable information to policymakers and the public to provide a sound decision basis for environmental policies.
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What is it?
The concept of citizen science is interpreted and applied differently depending on people, organizations, authorities, and countries. Here we use the following definition: ’Organized research in which members of the public—who may or may not be trained in science - gather or analyse data’ (Bonney & Dickinson, 2012)
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