Ecology, Data & E-ecology Special Interest Group meeting
Venue: World Museum Liverpool, Liverpool
Convenors: Ashley Lyons, Liverpool Hope University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark O'Neill, Tumbling Dice
James Gilbert, University of Hull
Joint meeting between the Ecology, Data and E-Ecology Special Interest Groups
“The influence of technological advances on ecological observations”
This could encompass how advances in AI/machine learning, IoT devices or automated data collection are influencing invertebrate observations; understanding how ecosystem interactions can be inferred in real time through the deployment of intelligent “e-ecology” systems; handling large data sets produced from a range of technologies.
There will be scope for talks linked with all aspects of technology and invertebrate observations.
Please send abstracts to Ashley Lyons email@example.com Maximum 200 words, to include author/s name/s, institution, title, abstract.
Cost is £10.00 for RES members (you need to be logged in to receive discount) and £15.00 for non-members.