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How trees and forests inform biodiversity and ecosystem informatics

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4 Author(s)
Bayard Cushing, J. ; Evergreen Coll., Olympia, WA, USA ; Bond, B. ; Dial, R. ; Nadkarni, N.

To solve critical biosphere-level problems such as global warming, decreased biodiversity, and natural resource depletion, scientists must integrate data from many researchers. This, in turn, requires better data infrastructure and informatics tools than are currently available. The Canopy Database Project brings together computer scientists and ecologists to develop informatics tools for forest canopy research that meet such ecosystem informatics challenges.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 3 )