Researchers at Oregon State University are recruiting citizen scientists to join a network enabling air, water, and personal exposure monitoring in their communities. This site will allow citizens to develop a profile, perform online training, request a wristband, suggest a sampling site, and join in on local events. This site will also manage equipment loans, sample submission, and allow you to view your data. For more information, please explore the links above. If you are interested in becoming a citizen scientist, please sign up for updates and we will send you a newsletter when we open up registration for online training.
This citizen science project is supported by the OSU Superfund Research Center, the OSU Environmental Health Sciences Center, and the OSU Food Safety & Environmental Stewardship Program.