Expanding conservation culturomics and iEcology from terrestrial to aquatic realms

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Jarić , I , Roll , U , Arlinghaus , R , Belmaker , J , Chen , Y , China , V , Douda , K , Essl , F , Jähnig , S C , Jeschke , J M , Kalinkat , G , Kalous , L , Ladle , R , Lennox , R J , Rosa , R , Sbragaglia , V , Sherren , K , Šmejkal , M , Soriano-Redondo , A , Souza , A T , Wolter , C & Correia , R A 2020 , ' Expanding conservation culturomics and iEcology from terrestrial to aquatic realms ' , PLoS Biology , vol. 18 , no. 10 , 3000935 . https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000935

Title: Expanding conservation culturomics and iEcology from terrestrial to aquatic realms
Author: Jarić, Ivan; Roll, Uri; Arlinghaus, Robert; Belmaker, Jonathan; Chen, Yan; China, Victor; Douda, Karel; Essl, Franz; Jähnig, Sonja C.; Jeschke, Jonathan M.; Kalinkat, Gregor; Kalous, Lukáš; Ladle, Richard; Lennox, Robert J.; Rosa, Rui; Sbragaglia, Valerio; Sherren, Kate; Šmejkal, Marek; Soriano-Redondo, Andrea; Souza, Allan T.; Wolter, Christian; Correia, Ricardo A.
Contributor organization: Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science (HELSUS)
Helsinki Lab of Interdisciplinary Conservation Science
Department of Geosciences and Geography
Date: 2020-10-29
Language: eng
Number of pages: 13
Belongs to series: PLoS Biology
ISSN: 1544-9173
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000935
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/322253
Abstract: The ongoing digital revolution in the age of big data is opening new research opportunities. Culturomics and iEcology, two emerging research areas based on the analysis of online data resources, can provide novel scientific insights and inform conservation and management efforts. To date, culturomics and iEcology have been applied primarily in the terrestrial realm. Here, we advocate for expanding such applications to the aquatic realm by providing a brief overview of these new approaches and outlining key areas in which culturomics and iEcology are likely to have the highest impact, including the management of protected areas; fisheries; flagship species identification; detection and distribution of threatened, rare, and alien species; assessment of ecosystem status and anthropogenic impacts; and social impact assessment. When deployed in the right context with awareness of potential biases, culturomics and iEcology are ripe for rapid development as low-cost research approaches based on data available from digital sources, with increasingly diverse applications for aquatic ecosystems.
Subject: 1181 Ecology, evolutionary biology
1172 Environmental sciences
SOCIAL MEDIA DATA
FRESH-WATER BIODIVERSITY
ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
MEDITERRANEAN SEA
MARINE
FISHERIES
SCIENCE
IMAGES
FISH
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Rights: cc_by
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