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Crowd Power: The COBWEB Guide to Citizen Science

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  • Nicola Osborne (Editor)
  • Sha Nazir
  • Kirsty Hunter
  • Clare Forrest (Illustrator)
  • Kirk Kristofferson (Illustrator)
  • Jack Lothian (Editor)

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    Rights statement: The rights to this digital edition of the Crowd Power: the COBWEB Guide to Citizen Science comic book are held by EDINA, University of Edinburgh. Sha Nazir and Kirsty Hunter are the authors of this work. The book is openly available to read, use in your work, and to distribute to others. Full credits for the authors and contributors are shown on page 4 of the comic book. Please credit this work if you are using or redistributing it. If you would like to adapt or use a portion of the content please contact edina@ed.ac.uk to discuss. We are keen to encourage the use of this work.

    Final published version, 14 MB, PDF-document

    Licence: All Rights Reserved

https://cobwebproject.eu/sites/default/files/Crowd_Power_Cobweb_DIGITAL-final.pdf
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
PublisherBlack Hearted Press (BHP Comics) Ltd.
ISBN (Print)978-1-910775-07-3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2016

Abstract

This comic book provides an introduction to citizen science and an overview of the COBWEB: Citizen Observatory Web project and the work accomplished during this ambitious four year project. It is both a record of the project and an open resource which we encourage you to share with others.

    Research areas

  • CITIZEN SCIENCE, Crowdsourcing, citizen science, geospatial, ENVIRONMENT, comics and graphic novels

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