The Citizen Science Information Collaboration (CSIC) is an environmental reporting application allowing citizens to report conditions such as red tide effects (respiratory irritation, water discoloration, and dead fish), beach conditions (crowds, debris, etc.), and inland conditions (freshwater algae blooms, odors, wildlife fatalities, etc.) This app was developed by the Environmental Health (Dr. Tracy Fanara) and Phytoplankton Ecology (Dr. Vincent Lovko) Departments at Mote Marine Laboratory, an independent, non-profit marine research organization based in Sarasota, Florida. This self-funded app was created to protect public health, enhance communication of environmental conditions, notify regulators of environmental hazards or changes, improve data collection, increase reporting between Beach Conditions Reporting System (also available on Google Play) reports, which are made by trained beach sentinels at Gulf Coast beaches, and to empower the public by giving them a voice in their public report.
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What's New

Relaunched in the Google Play Store!
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Additional Information

Updated
July 30, 2018
Size
22M
Installs
500+
Current Version
2.2.0
Requires Android
4.4 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Mote Marine Laboratory
Developer
1600 Ken Thompson, Sarasota, Fl 32608
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