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Social Networks for Biological Inventories and Information

Social Networks for Biological Inventories and Information

We are more likely to value and protect the organisms around us when we understand them. Recent information technology that leverages social networks offers a powerful strategy for promoting positive behavioral changes toward the environment. This workshop will play a central role in developing the first social network for the environment, simultaneously reconnecting citizens with their environment and aggregating biodiversity data for improved management.

Investigators: Harry GreeneShorna AllredJanis DickinsonGeri GayKathleen O’Connor, Josh Donlan, Johannes Gehrke, Stephen Kelling

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