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California Dreaming: The Math of Citizen Science

This week, the RASCals project has received some excellent coverage in a series of citizen science blogs. I wanted to share this with the many citizen scientists who contribute to this project, because without all of your help, we wouldn't have had so much success growing this project over the last two years.

The RASCals project was featured in a blog carried by SciStarter, PLOS Blogs, and Discover Magazine blogs. Here is the link to the SciStarter blog:

http://scistarter.com/blog/2015/07/california-dreaming/#sthash.sTgYW5hW.dpbs

My favorites quote from the article should make it obvious why the subject of this post is about the math of citizen science:
"Pauly hopes to increase his citizen science counts–perhaps exponentially. If just a fraction of those 22 million southern Californians, as well as the many millions of visitors like me, would stop ...more ↓

Posted on July 23, 2015 11:23 PM by gregpauly gregpauly | 2 comments | Leave a comment
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Reptiles and Amphibians of Southern California (RASCals)—The goal of this project is to improve our knowledge of native and non-native reptiles and amphibians in southern California.

Southern California is home to 22.5 million people and has experienced dramatic urbanization and habitat modification. Observations will allow us to test how the ranges of various species have ...more ↓

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