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#CrowdCloudLIVEJoin us live on Facebook, Thursday April 6th at 10pm East Coast Time, and 10pm West Coast Time.Participate in our post-premiere roundtable discussion, where you can listen in, ask questions, and dive deeper into the power of Citizen Science.

Join show producer Geoff Haines-Stiles, series host Waleed Abdalati, and others in a live, roundtable discussion after the show. Discover more about how Citizen Science is revolutionizing the ways we gather, analyze, and utilize the data that fuels scientific research, discovery, and community action.

premieres on the WORLD channel on Thursday, April 6 at 9pm EDT, and re-broadcasts at 9pm PDT on the same day.Programs 2, 3 and 4 will premiere on successive Thursdays (April 13, April 20, April 27) at the same times.AND, join us LIVE on Facebook at 10pm after each premiere to participate in our roundtable discussion with show producer Geoff Haines-Stiles and series show host Waleed Abdalati for a deeper dive into the power of Citizen Science.

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Volunteers contribute to Trout Unlimited’s “angler science” initiative by sampling water quality and other stream measurements.
A New York teen at the Gateway National Wildlife Refuge plots pollinator numbers to help restore local habitat following Superstorm Sandy.
A New Jersey Nature Conservancy volunteer participates in a horseshoe crab census at a beach near Cape May.
Volunteers record seasonal changes in plants and animals as part of National Phenology Network’s “Nature’s Notebook” program.
A Chinese citizen scientist submits air quality data to IPE's Blue Map app.
Volunteers contribute counts of the number of butterflies during the Western Monarch Thanksgiving Count in Pismo Beach, California
Senior citizens play EyesOnALZ's Stall Catchers game to identify stalled blood vessels and help speed up Alzheimer's research.
Nama Budhathoki of Kathmandu Living Labs explains how to use OpenStreetMap tools during a Mapathon, a mapping marathon, in Kathmandu, Nepal.