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Citizen science and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. / Fritz, Steffen; Linda, See; Carlson, Tyler; Haklay, Mordechai (Muki); Oliver, Jessie; Fraisl, Dilek; Mondardini, Rosy; Brocklehurst, Martin; Shanley, Lea; Schade, Sven; Wehn, Uta; Abrate, Tommaso; Anstee, Janet; Arnold, Stephen; Billot, Matthew; Campbell, Jillian; Espey, Jessica; Gold, Margaret; Hager, Gerid; He, Shan; Hepburn, Libby; Hsu, Angel; Long, Deborah; Maso, Joan; McCallum, Ian; Muniafu, Maina; Moorthy, Inian; Obersteiner, Michael; Parker, Alison; Weisspflug, Maike; West, Sarah Elizabeth.

In: Nature Sustainability, Vol. 2, 09.10.2019, p. 922-930.

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Fritz, S, Linda, S, Carlson, T, Haklay, MM, Oliver, J, Fraisl, D, Mondardini, R, Brocklehurst, M, Shanley, L, Schade, S, Wehn, U, Abrate, T, Anstee, J, Arnold, S, Billot, M, Campbell, J, Espey, J, Gold, M, Hager, G, He, S, Hepburn, L, Hsu, A, Long, D, Maso, J, McCallum, I, Muniafu, M, Moorthy, I, Obersteiner, M, Parker, A, Weisspflug, M & West, SE 2019, 'Citizen science and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals', Nature Sustainability, vol. 2, pp. 922-930. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-019-0390-3

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Fritz, S., Linda, S., Carlson, T., Haklay, M. M., Oliver, J., Fraisl, D., ... West, S. E. (2019). Citizen science and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Nature Sustainability, 2, 922-930. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-019-0390-3

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Fritz S, Linda S, Carlson T, Haklay MM, Oliver J, Fraisl D et al. Citizen science and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Nature Sustainability. 2019 Oct 9;2:922-930. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-019-0390-3

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Fritz, Steffen ; Linda, See ; Carlson, Tyler ; Haklay, Mordechai (Muki) ; Oliver, Jessie ; Fraisl, Dilek ; Mondardini, Rosy ; Brocklehurst, Martin ; Shanley, Lea ; Schade, Sven ; Wehn, Uta ; Abrate, Tommaso ; Anstee, Janet ; Arnold, Stephen ; Billot, Matthew ; Campbell, Jillian ; Espey, Jessica ; Gold, Margaret ; Hager, Gerid ; He, Shan ; Hepburn, Libby ; Hsu, Angel ; Long, Deborah ; Maso, Joan ; McCallum, Ian ; Muniafu, Maina ; Moorthy, Inian ; Obersteiner, Michael ; Parker, Alison ; Weisspflug, Maike ; West, Sarah Elizabeth. / Citizen science and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In: Nature Sustainability. 2019 ; Vol. 2. pp. 922-930.

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