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All Over the Map: Investigating the Did You Feel It? Citizen Science System
This article is from Issue Citizen Science - Vol. 19 No. 1.
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The DYFI system allows Internet users to report earthquake data when they feel an earthquake. The data submitted are put into computer programs that create "Did You Feel It?" Maps. More than 4 million entries have been submitted from 1999 to 2017. The scientists wanted to know how the DYFI system changed from 1999 to 2013. Additionally, the scientists wanted to measure the accuracy and timeliness of the DYFI system data.
Welcome to the Citizen Science Edition
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Nature's Notebook: Taking a Pulse of Our Planet
The Monarch Larva Monitoring Program: Citizen Scientists Monitor Monarch Butterflies
Journal Lesson Plan
Citizen Science In the Classroom
Citizen Science Resources
Note to Educators
Reflection Section Answer Guide
Education Standards Correlations