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The Lisbon Declaration

Title EuroGEO 2019 Citizen Science roadmap – “Lisbon Declaration”
Description This document summarises the current status of Citizen Science in GEO/GEOSS, reflects the vision, and objectives; identifies issues that are blocking its progress and proposes a way forward shared by the Citizen Observatories and Citizen Science projects under the EuroGEO community.
Author(s) Joan Masó Pau (CREAF); Steffen Fritz (IIASA); Rob Atkinson (OGC);Lucy Bastin (Aston University); Anne Bowser (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars); Peter Brenton (Atlas of Living Australia); Luigi Ceccaroni (Earthwatch); Andy Cobley (University of Dundee); Margaret Gold (ECSA); Andreas Matheus (Secure Dimensions); Lukas Mocek (Sensor.Community); Jaume Piera (Institute of Marine Sciences, ICM-CSIC); Jakub Trojan (Czech Academy of Sciences / Tomas Bata University in Zlin); Valantis Tsiakos (Institute of Communication and Computer Systems); Eveline Wandl-Vogt (Austrian Academy of Sciences, exploration space & Ars Electronica Research Institute “knowledge for humanity (k4h+)); Uta When (IHE Delft)
Source https://zenodo.org/record/3946506#.YA62cOgzY2y
Language English
Keywords Citizen science; GEO; GEOSS; Data interoperability; Data standards
Audience Policy makers – at the local, national and international (EU) level; Research/academia
Resource-Type Policy Brief – Text
Resource Theme Transferability
Publisher CREAF, IIASA
Publication date 15 July 2020
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Resource identifier 10.5281/zenodo.3946506
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