NASA’s Citizen Science for Earth Systems Program (CSESP) is focused on developing and implementing projects that harness contributions from members of the general public to advance our understanding of the Earth as a system. CSESP advances the use of citizen contributions to Earth science research by directly supporting citizen science activities and by deploying technology to further citizen involvement in research.
The 2020 CSESP ROSES solicitation was released on June 12, 2020. Two types of proposals are being requested: Type 1: Citizen Science Research Gathering New Data and Type 2: Proposals for Reuse, Enhancement, or Characterization of Existing NASA Citizen Science Data.
All proposals must demonstrate clear linkages between citizen science and NASA observation systems to advance NASA’s Earth science mission. Projects that demonstrate value in adding or enhancing crowdsourcing in scientific workflows are encouraged.
Get details here about the proposal types, requirements for preparation and submission of proposals, proposal evaluation criteria, and key dates in this amendment to the ROSES-2020 Summary of Solicitation.
Mandatory Notices of Intent are due August 4, 2020 and proposals are due September 11, 2020.