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ACSA: CitSciOzOnline2020 – Disaster Response & Resilience

Wednesday 14 Oct
- Wednesday 14 Oct




About this event

The Disaster Response Stream of ACSA Online will showcase three speakers who will discuss the role of citizen science in 2020 and its role as both a platform to collect information and to connect people across the globe in helping to understand the impact and recovery from extreme events. The three speakers will then engage in a panel discussion afterward and answer questions from online participants.

Speakers in the Disaster Response Stream include:

Erika Roper- Early Career Researcher and convener of the citizen science project Hungry Parrots

Matt Miles- Principal Environmental Information Officer and coordinator of the Kangaroo Island citizen science dunnart survey
Julia Kumari Drapkin- Founder and CEO of ISeeChange.org

The session will commence at 7PM AEST on Wednesday, October 14th

An additional online resource will be a pre-recorded talk by
Dr. Brian Koepnick– Research Scientist at the University of Washington and the developer of FoldIt.

In the spirit of openness and accessibility, #CitSciOzOnline2020 will be a series of weekly online events during October.

The cost will be free for members, or $20 AUD total for non-members or a donation. A free option will also be available.

  • Information and Education
  • Presentation
  • Animals and Wildlife
  • Climate
  • Conservation and Land Care
NOTE: All event information was accurate at the time of publishing, but we do not take any responsibility for losses or damages incurred due to incorrect information. Please follow the links to the original organisers for further details.

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