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Over the course of the ACTION project we develop a number of resources that are hopefully interesting for the scientific community, citizen scientists, decision makers and funding agencies and the public at large. 

These include academic outputs as Research Deliverables, scientific articles, webinars as well as dissemination resources such as videos and other information materials about the project. You will find all these resources in this page. 

ACTION developed also the ACTION OPEN SCIENCE PORTAL. There you will find not only the resources available in this page, but also the datasets developed by the ACTION team and its pilots. 

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Tutorial for environmental awareness training in the use of outdoor lightning (D2.5)

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Tutorial to identify the spectra of common street lamps (D2.1)

This document explains how to obtain the spectra of streetlights, how to determine their nature, and how to contribute with this information to the StreetSpectra citizen science project. Here we introduce the project and the light pollution problem. It is published in English and Spanish

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Tutorial for air quality projects in high schools (D2.7)

This deliverable serves as a handbook for air quality projects in high schools. It contains information about the ACTION air quality pilot in high schools, tips and lessons learned as well as material that has been used and created within the high school projects.

Loss of the night APP – iOS – Tutorial

Introduction to the Loss of the night APP for iOS.

Loss of the night APP – Android – Tutorial

Introduction to the Loss of the night APP for ANDROID.

Tutorial material for using Loss of the Night App (D2.9)

This report provides orientation to the tutorial videos that show how to use the Loss of the Night App.

Tutorial for water sampling and transects distributed (D2.3)

This document describes how transects from the Dutch Dragonfly Monitoring Scheme are to be selected for sampling and how water samples should be collected and stored.

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