Citizen Science is a collection of maps and apps that can be used by conservation staff to collect sightings of plants and animals from citizen scientists and monitor citizen science programs.
When you deploy Citizen Science in your ArcGIS organization, you will get a series of ArcGIS web applications used to engage with citizen scientists, manage incoming reports and monitor citizen science programs.
Conservation staff can configure and share the entire collection of citizen science solutions; or configure and share an individual solution that meets their specific needs.
To deploy Citizen Science using the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool requires specific software.
Citizen Science can be deployed in your ArcGIS organization without downloading the solution. When you deploy Citizen Science in your organization, you'll find the following:
|Applications||Citizen Science Survey||An application used by the general public to report sightings of plants and animals observed in wildlife areas.|
|Citizen Science Manager||An application used by conservation staff to monitor and verify reports.|
|Citizen Science Dashboard||An application used by conservation staff to explore reports.|
|Citizen Science||An application used to access the Citizen Science maps and applications.|
|Maps||Citizen Science Survey||A map used by Citizen Science Survey for collecting reports.|
|Citizen Science Manager||A map used by Citizen Science Manager for reviewing and verifying reports.|
|Citizen Science Dashboard||A map used by Citizen Science Dashboard for exploring reports.|
|Feature layers||CitizenScienceReports||A feature layer used to store citizen science observations.|
|CitizenScienceReports_dashboard||A feature layer view used to for exploring reports.|
|Groups||Citizen Science Manager||A group used to configure the Crowdsource Manager application and share maps with conservation staff who will monitor and verify reports.|
|Citizen Science||A group used to configure the Citizen Science application and access the Citizen Science maps and applications.|
Below are the release notes for Citizen Science.