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In October and November 2017, ReefBlitz featured more than 30 events engaging Queensland communities in citizen science and practical conservation activities to look after the Reef, delivered by members of the Reef Citizen Science Alliance and partners. 
 
Activities included surveys of critical habitats (like reefs & mangroves), wildlife (such as coastal birdlife and marine megafauna), and signs of stress (like coastal marine debris... read more
In October and November 2017, ReefBlitz featured more than 30 events engaging Queensland communities in citizen science and practical conservation activities to look after the Reef, delivered by members of the Reef Citizen Science Alliance and partners. 
 
Activities included surveys of critical habitats (like reefs & mangroves), wildlife (such as coastal birdlife and marine megafauna), and signs of stress (like coastal marine debris... read more
In October and November 2017, ReefBlitz featured more than 30 events engaging Queensland communities in citizen science and practical conservation activities to look after the Reef, delivered by members of the Reef Citizen Science Alliance and partners. 
 
Activities included surveys of critical habitats (like reefs & mangroves), wildlife (such as coastal birdlife and marine megafauna), and signs of stress (like coastal marine debris... read more

Discover more about the citizen science programs you can join to help collect data to look after the Great Barrier Reef.  There is truly an opportunity for everyone to get involved.

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From 2014-2017, the Great Barrier Reef Citizen Science Alliance (GBRCSA) evolved as a unique and trusted network that fosters collaboration, capacity building, advancement and action for citizen science that benefits the Great Barrier Reef.

The initiative has been a distinctive project for the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, who has hosted the initiative from 2014-mid 2017, supported by corporate partner Boeing. With the end of the three-year project... read more

There is growing discussion around how citizen science can contribute to the goals and priority actions for regional report cards that aim to synthesize catchment and... read more

There is growing discussion around how citizen science can contribute to the goals and priority actions for regional report cards that aim to synthesize catchment and... read more

Consistent funding has been consistently identified by our members as a critcal challenge for maintaining quality programs. Marine Conservation Finance helped build Reef Citizen Science Toolkit to support the process of... read more
ReefBlitz brought together 40 partners and supporters to actively engage 1,649 in 52 diverse citizen science events across Queensland. Ongoing connections were forged to engage more community members, build data linkages and apply information. 
Read about outcomes from the initiative in our ... read more
Steering commitee member, Dr Vicki Martin, attended The Marine and Coastal Citizen Science Workshop that was held as part of the Coast to Coast Conference and spoke about the Alliance. Many attendees had not previously heard about the Alliance and felt it was a... read more

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