Methodology for crowdsourcing water quality data
- This report documents the theoretical background that is being used to pilot the concept of crowdsourcing water quality data. It explores the theory of change, citizen science and crowdsourcing, and provides a short overview of water quality indicator selection as well as an outline for conducting a crowdsourced water quality study.
- The methodology proposed herein combines empowerment of the public through participation in the scientific process (citizen science) with modern technologies to collect, gather, and disseminate data (crowdsourcing).
Supported Use Cases
Collect in-Field Data
Crowdsourcing project design considerations
Crisis Cycle Phase
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