Activating Australians for Citizen Science - SA's Journal

May 11, 2020

Are you aged over 50? Have you taken part in citizen activities? Or know someone who is?

If the answers are ‘yes’, we’d love to hear from you.
In a study funded by SA Health’s Office for Ageing Well, we are investigating the health and wellbeing benefits of citizen science participation. For this, we are seeking citizen scientists aged over 50 to answer a series of questionnaires about physical activity, social connections, and overall quality of life.
Participants will receive a short book on Australian fauna or flora as a small token of our appreciation.

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This project has been approved by the University of South Australia's Human Research Ethics Committee Ethics, Protocol 202830.
If you are interested in taking part, please contact michelle.rogers@unisa.edu.au

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April 10, 2020

join the City Nature Challenge: Greater Adelaide projects & we have shirts

Our City Nature Challenge: Greater Adelaide shirts have finally arrived for sale!
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Made locally in Adelaide with both care and environmentally friendly packaging, our 100% cotton unisex shirts are now available across a variety of sizes and colours. Our basic black logo shirts start at $16.50, whilst our white logo design shirts are $26.95.
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Shipping is free for people who live in Adelaide and are 100% not-for-profit. Available for a limited amount of time only. Grab one today and help to promote the City Nature Challenge in Adelaide!
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If you have not allready ead over to the Project and join.
@wingspanner @naturehoodz @wattle_and_wonder @alan_dandie @cosmicseacow @ornitier @wamoz @robinpronk @olistr @gsmith03 @cobic @asimakis_patitsas @james-w @essimoensche @cardallea @glengitsham @ethanbeaver @cassiehartzenberg @discoslug @dive_photographer @kymhh @morgsatlarge @paulamacdonald @terraprotecta @waterhelen @orchidrose @davidsando @stuartmitten @kanepotter @cop_renae @lmerigot_01 @mustarrd @ned19 @lad46 @treeder86 @nikonoid @davemmdave @benjaminlancer @andrew_thornhill @trekh @cobic @bec9

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March 08, 2020

City Nature Challenge 2020

Hi All,

Hows your iNatting going?

hope its all well, as you may know, next month I am running the city Nature challenge it would be great if you got involved if you have not joined already please join the project for the latest news
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2020-greater-adelaide

if you are having trouble there are a number of iNaturalist Video Tutorials including;
https://www.inaturalist.org/pages/video+tutorials
Adding an Observation on a Mobile Device
Adding on Observation via the Web
How to Take Identifiable Photos
How to Use the Identify Page
Geotagging DSLR Photos in the Field
Duplicating an Observation
Adding a photo or sound to an Observation
Exploring Observations on the Web

Stephen

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January 14, 2020

New structure to Activating Australians for Citizen Science Projects

Hi everybody,
I have decided to try something, I have broken the project up geographically! so we have

Activating Australians for Citizen Science - SA
for observations in SA

Activating Australians for Citizen Science-Queensland
for observations in Queensland

Activating Australians for Citizen Science-NSW, Vic and other places
You can guess

This will make it easier to see what is going on in your local area, and I have made an Umbrella project so you can see which area is making the most observations, how many observers etc

https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/activating-australians-for-citizen-science-umbrella

Let me know what you think and if you want to be an administrator in your area, so you can let us all know whats going on!

Stephen

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