Big data – biodiversity conservation
Client: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ
Project: Illustrationen, infographic
There is growing recognition that big data has the potential to improve efforts to conserve biodiversity. Considerable amounts of multi-disciplinary data are available and could allow comprehensive status assessments and more informed decisions for the conservation of biodiversity. Here we show that a wide range of diversity-related data could be used to achieve a comprehensive assessment of the conservation status of all tree species.