The role of citizen science in freshwater monitoring

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1.1 - Identifier
003
1.2 - Catalog
URI
1.3 - Entry
  • https://earthwatch.org.uk/get-involved/freshwater-watch
1.4 - Title
The role of citizen science in freshwater monitoring
1.5 - Language
  • en
1.6 - Description
Currently in its pilot phase, Defra’s Natural Capital and Ecosystem Assessment (NCEA) aims in the long term to deliver high-quality national and local evidence to assess the state and condition of biodiversity, ecosystems, and natural capital assets across terrestrial, freshwater and marine environments. The pilot phase has several components focused on six key themes: data analysis and modelling; Earth observation and mapping; local data; field data (terrestrial); field data (water); and citizen science. This report focuses on the complementary roles of citizen science and Environment Agency (EA) monitoring and comprises part of the field data (water) pilot.
1.7 - Keywords
  • FreshWater Watch
  • open
  • online
  • analysis
  • roadmap
1.8 - Coverage
Not available

2.1 - Version
Not available
2.2 - Status
Final

2.3 - Contribute

2.3.1 - Role
Technical validator
2.3.2 - Entity
FOAF
2.4 - Date
2022

3.1 - Interactivity type
Expositive
3.2 - Learning resource type
Narrative text
3.3 - Interactivity level
Low
3.4 - Semantic density
Medium
3.5 - Intended end user role
Learner
3.6 - Context
Training
3.7 - Difficulty
Easy
3.8 - Typical learning time
Knowledge-dependent
3.9 - Rights
Isabel Bishop and Earthwatch Europe’s Freshwater Research Team
3.10 - Cost
No
3.11 - Copyright and other restrictions
Yes
3.12 - Conditions of use
CC0

4.1 - Location
Not available
4.2 - Size
Not available