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+ - Citizen Scientists add high value to research, policy and practice->

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Dupple writes: A review of a report regarding the role of over 230 citizen scientists and their value to research, policy and practice is available the BBC science pages.

The authors, from Nerc Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) and the Natural History Museum, London, reviewed 234 projects — ranging from small one-off local surveys to large-scale long-term programmes.

The review's authors also produced a guide offering advice on how to get the most out of citizen science projects.

The guide is available here.

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