Examining the usability of Citizen Science for obtaining indoor radon concentration data
There are two central tasks in the centre of a future Citizen Science project: the collection of data on indoor radon concentrations and the improvement of the population's knowledge about radon as a health hazard. Aspects of measurement technology, social, societal and data protection law are to be included. Furthermore, the scientific quality of scientific-technical projects in Germany and of international radon projects is to be assessed. The focus of the analysis is clearly on the one hand on the socio-scientific and on the other hand on the participatory perspectives of Citizen Science.