- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Part I The Practice of Citizen Science
- 1 Overview of Citizen Science
- 2 Projects and Possibilities
- 3 Using Bioinformatics in Citizen Science
- 4 Growing the Base for Citizen Science
- 5 What Is Our Impact?
- Part II Impacts of Citizen Science on Conservation Research
- 6 The Opportunities and Challenges of Citizen Science as a Tool for Ecological Research
- 7 Widening the Circle of Investigation
- 8 Using Data Mining to Discover Biological Patterns in Citizen Science Observations
- 9 Developing a Conservation Research Program with Citizen Science
- 10 Citizens, Science, and Environmental Policy
- Part III Educational, social, and Behavioral Aspects of Citizen Science
- 11 Cognitive Considerations in the Development of Citizen Science Projects
- 12 Who Poses the Question?
- 13 A Gateway to Science for All
- 14 Children and Nature
- 15 Internet-Based Social Networking and Collective Action Models of Citizen Science
- 16 A Role for Citizen Science in Disaster and Conflict Recovery and Resilience
- Literature Cited
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