Tell Us About Your Citizen Science Work

Are you involved in a citizen science project? If you volunteer with a project asking scientific questions, then you are probably a citizen scientist! National Geographic Education is putting together a geostory that highlights participation in citizen science projects happening around the country involving a wide variety of people. Check out our article on citizen science, and an example geostory from National Geographic Education and then if interested in being highlighted in a new geostory, follow the instructions below. Citizen Science Article: http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/encyclopedia/citizen-science/ Example GeoStory: http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/multimedia/emerging-explorers-geostory/ Instructions: 1. Answer the following 8 questions using the form below. 2. Select 2 photos (minimum)--a headshot and a photo of you doing your citizen science activity. You can include more than 1 activity photos, if you would like. 3. Send in your photos to Anna Switzer at aswitzer@ngs.org by November 16, 2012.
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THANK YOU!

Thank you for your interest and your submission. From all of the submissions, we will be selecting 10-12 to include in the GeoStory. If you are selected, we will be in touch with an additional release form for you to sign and return (minors will need parent or guardian signature).

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