The Symposium format included lightning round presentations that were conducted by the citizen scientists and organizations that host these programs, as well as panel and special sessions presentations that looked at the broader potential and obstacles for the further development of citizen science programs in the region. It also included a meet-and-greet poster reception and a keynote presentation by Dr. Caren Cooper, assistant director of the Biodiversity Research Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
* Citizen Science For Conservation in Southern California: A Symposium Report
* Presentations-Lightning Rounds
* Presentations-Special Sessions
* 2016 Program
* 2016 Abstracts