COORDINATION:

This project is coordinated by the institutions CREAFCEAB-CSIC and ICREA.

 
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PROMOTION:

Since 2015 the project is promoted by la Fundació Bancaria “la Caixa”.

 
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FUNDING:

 
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TECHNOLOGICAL COLLABORATORS:

Amazon Web Services provides the hosting of the web page thanks to the program Cloud Credits for Research.

 
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The Redbooth company provides its project management and tasks system.

 
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OTHER COLLABORATORS:

Institutions which collaborate with the tiger mosquito monitoring and control:

      • Agència de Salut Pública de Barcelona (ASPB)
      • Ayuntamiento de Valencia
      • Servei de Gestió Forestal de la Direcció General del Medi Natural i Biodiversitat del Departament d’Agricultura, Ramaderia, Pesca, Alimentació i Medi Natural
      • Centro de Coordinación de Alertas y Emergencias Sanitatias (CCAES). Ministerio de Sanidad.
      • Servei de Control de Mosquits de la Badia de Roses i i del Baix Ter
      • Servei de Control de Mosquits del Baix Llobregat
      • Instituto Universitario de Enfermedades Tropicales y Salud Pública de Canarias (Universidad de La Laguna), Gobierno de Canarias
      • Dept. Zoología y Antropología Física de la Universidad de Murcia
      • Dept. de Patología Animal, Univ. de Zaragoza

Mosquito Alert is part of the Oficina de Ciència Ciutadana del BCNLab and the European Citizen Science Association (ECSA).

It benefits from collaboration with other projects, associations, or foundations with which it shares resources, collaborates, or works with in networks, including: Crowdcrafting.org, Fundación Ibercivis and Associació Medioambiental Xatrac.

Cartography which is property of the Cartographic Institute of Catalonia (ICC) has been used.

Some of the icons used in the Tigatrapp app, in this website, and in printed materials materials come from the Noun Project. The credits are as follows: Mosquito by Monika Ciapala from The Noun Project, Map by Jonathan Higley, Drop by Kristen Lehua, Images by Simon Henrotte, Pot by factor[e] design initiative from The Noun Project, Location by Alex AS, Superhero by Simon Child, Water icon designed by Alessandro Suraci.