We’re ‘Choosing and Using Citizen Science’

Citizen science guideThe Clyde Riverfly Monitoring Partnership (CRIMP) has been used as an example in a new best practice guide produced by SEPA and the Centre of Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) titled ‘Choosing and Using Citizen Science: a guide to when and how to use citizen science to monitor biodiversity and the environment’. CRIMP features alongside two other recording initiatives – the Conker Tree Science project and the Biological Records Centre. The efforts of dedicated riverfly monitors across the Clyde are shown in several photographs in the guide, so you may recognise a few faces! You can download your own copy here.

 

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