Public Comment on Draft NOAA Citizen Science Strategy
AbstractThis guest editorial briefly describes a history of activities related to encouraging the U.S. federal government to use and support citizen science, and presents the recent public comments that we submitted to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in response to its 2020 Federal Register Call for Public Comment on its draft citizen science strategy, which was officially published in January 2021.
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Copyright (c) 2021 Lea Shanley; Pietro Michelucci; Krystal Tsosie, George Wyeth, Julia Kumari Drapkin, Krystal Azelton, Darlene Cavalier, Jason Holmberg
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