Data from: Developing the global potential of citizen science: Assessing opportunities that benefit people, society and the environment in East Africa

Pocock MJO, Roy HE, August T, Kuria A, Barasa F, Bett J, Githiru M, Kairo J, Kimani J, Kinuthia W, Kissui B, Madindou I, Mbogo K, Mirembe J, Mugo P, Muniale FM, Njoroge P, Njuguna EG, Olendo MI, Opige M, Otieno TO, Ng’weno CC, Pallangyo E, Thenya T, Wanjiru A, Trevelyan R

Date Published: October 17, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v6028g3

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Title Ranking of opportunities for, benefits of and barriers to environmental citizen science in East Africa, based on scores given by workshop participants
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Description Scores given by workshop participants to their top-ranked items in the lists of opportunities for, benefits of and barriers to environmental citizen science in East Africa. Participants collaboratively defined these items within each category (opportunties, benefits and barriers) and then anonymously scored these items, giving a score of three, two and one to their top-, second- and third-ranked priorities respectively in each category, based on the questions in Table 1 in the main text of ther associated paper. ‘Sum’ and ‘count’ is the sum and count of these scores. Items in each category are arranged by the sum of scores. Note that the scores were used to rank relative important, not to distinguish unimportant items, because all items on the list were considered to have importance, even if they were not deemed to be a high priority.
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Pocock MJO, Roy HE, August T, Kuria A, Barasa F, Bett J, Githiru M, Kairo J, Kimani J, Kinuthia W, Kissui B, Madindou I, Mbogo K, Mirembe J, Mugo P, Muniale FM, Njoroge P, Njuguna EG, Olendo MI, Opige M, Otieno TO, Ng’weno CC, Pallangyo E, Thenya T, Wanjiru A, Trevelyan R (2018) Developing the global potential of citizen science: Assessing opportunities that benefit people, society and the environment in East Africa. Journal of Applied Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13279

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Pocock MJO, Roy HE, August T, Kuria A, Barasa F, Bett J, Githiru M, Kairo J, Kimani J, Kinuthia W, Kissui B, Madindou I, Mbogo K, Mirembe J, Mugo P, Muniale FM, Njoroge P, Njuguna EG, Olendo MI, Opige M, Otieno TO, Ng’weno CC, Pallangyo E, Thenya T, Wanjiru A, Trevelyan R (2018) Data from: Developing the global potential of citizen science: Assessing opportunities that benefit people, society and the environment in East Africa. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v6028g3
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