Ricardo A. Correia, Ph.D.
Department of Geosciences and Geography
Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science (HELSUS)
martes, 3 de mayo de 2022
12:00 pm -1:00 pm
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Ongoing loss of biological diversity is primarily the result of unsustainable human behavior. Thus, the long-term success of biodiversity conservation depends on a thorough understanding of human–nature interactions. Such interactions are ubiquitous but vary greatly in time and space and are difficult to monitor efficiently at large spatial scales. The Information Age provides new opportunities to better understand human– nature interactions because many aspects of daily life are recorded in a variety of digital formats. The emerging field of conservation culturomics aims to take advantage of digital data sources and methods to study human– nature interactions and thus to provide new tools for studying conservation at relevant temporal and spatial scale