A best practice guide
Using citizen science with alien species: a practical guide for project initiators
This guide is intended to help anyone set up an alien species citizen science project. Target people include NGO workers, researchers, policymakers, volunteer groups, government agency workers, project managers, invasive species managers, teachers, and the general public.
Contributors: Peter Brown, Elizabete Marchante, Elena Tricarico, Tim Adriaens, Anna Gazda, Michael Pocock, Lien Reyserhove, Maarten De Groot, Paraskevi Karachle, Niki Chartosia, Jan Pergl, Angeliki Martinou, Annelies Duerinckx, Bernat Claramunt López, Bozena Mitic, Ioanna Angelidou, Ioannis Bazos, Jiří Skuhrovec, Marta Lopez Darias, Pavel Pipek, Siobhan Edney, Sven Schade, Vanessa Lozano, Helen Roy
The Three Mosquiteers leaflets
Please find the two leaflets written by Dr. Kelly Martinou & Prof. Helen Roy and designed collaboratively with Field Studies Council (FSC) Publications. If you are interested, please see the PDF versions of the leaflets linked below.
The first booklet is available in Greek and English and introduces the ecology of mosquitoes with a focus on invasive alien mosquitoes. In our second leaflet, the mosquiteers learn about the fantastic pollinators of Europe
Mini guide to invasive alien species
The guides have been published/printed by the Field Studies Council (FSC) Publications. Mini guides on invasive alien species have been written in many different languages (Spanish, Slovenian, Catalan, English, Italian, Greek, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Romanian and Bulgarian).
Invasive plants of Belgium Infographic
To raise awareness of the invasive in Belgium we have created an infographic in three languages to help people recognise some invasive plants and to explain what
people can do to limit their spread. The infographic is available in French, English and Dutch.
Alien CSI poster and video
The video is available in French, English, German, and Dutch.