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Citizen Science Level 1
Citizen Science Level 1

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This badge is earned by learning more about Citizen Science and its place in the world. You will test out different citizen science sites online and review them to find the one that best matches your interests and that you want to contribute to and learn from. You will learn how to generate great visual evidence (incredible photographs, detailed sketches) and how to use the global positioning system (GPS).

Badge Type: Challenge

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