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IDENTIFICATION

Cornell Lab citizen science technology homepage
  • Number of project: 8
  • Number of users: 200000
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Description Cornell Lab develops interactive online tools to engage hundreds of thousands of people in contributing bird observations and exploring the results. Purpose Tools are tailor made for various purposes

COMMUNITY

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Description

DEVELOPERS

SOFTWARE
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OVERVIEW

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SYSTEM OVERVIEW

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Total number of projects (estimate) 8
Total individual participants (estimate) 200000
Uses Citizen science software
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Tools do not seem to be available (to verify) Completion level Low

Documented projects in this wiki:

 Has infrastructure
Celebrate Urban BirdsCornell Lab citizen science technology

More than 60 scientific papers have used Cornell Lab citizen-science data since 1997


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