Data Quality Practice in Citizen Science: Calibrating a New Kind of Instrument


Data quality has become an increasing concern as the popularity of citizen science has grown. An array of data quality mechanisms have been proposed, developed, and implemented in many citizen science projects. An essential... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Yurong He (University of Maryland College Park)
  2. Heejun Kim (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  3. Todd Suomela (University of Alberta)
  4. Andrea Wiggins (University of Maryland,)
  5. Karen Martin (Pepperdine University)
  6. Brian Sullivan (Cornell University Lab of Ornithology)
  7. Hillary Burgess (University of Washington)
  8. Kate Starbird (University of Washington)
  9. Stuart Lynn (
  10. Kris Stepenuck (University of Wisconsin-Extension)
  11. Ed Washburn (US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development )
  12. Julian Turner (Colorado State University, CoCoRaHS )

Topic Area

Digital Opportunities and Challenges in Citizen Science


8B » Symposium: Digital Opportunities & Challenges / Best Practices (13:00 - Thursday, 12th February, Ballroom 220C)

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