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EPA Researchers Share Lessons Learned from Citizen Science Research Projects

Environmental Health Assessments (EHAs) are used to better understand the range of possible effects of environmental factors on a community’s health and well-being. These assessments are even more effective when researchers involve the community through citizen science. Using decades of experience conducting citizen science-based EHAs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) scientists have recently published a paper on advice and frequently asked questions to help other communities conduct these assessments.

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