The future of crowd-sourced cultural ecosystem services assessments

Johannes Langemeyer, Andrea Ghermandi, Bonnie Keeler, Derek van Berkel

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number101518
JournalEcosystem Services
Volume60
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 2023

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
AG and JL are supported by the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research & Development #I-1533-500.15/2021. JL is supported by the EU-H2020 through grants #818002, and #869324. DVB is supported by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) through grant #73133571. The Special Issue development was additionally supported through discussions and insights from dedicated sessions during Ecosystem Service Partnership Conferences, including “Making the intangible tangible: Using social media data to assess cultural ecosystem services” (ESP-EU Conference, San Sebastian, 2018), “Mapping cultural ecosystem service: use of social media to assess cultural ecosystem services” (ESP-WORLD Conference, Hannover, 2019), and “Cultural Ecosystem Services: Time to advance theory and practice” (ESP-EU Conference, Tallinn, 2020). Additional support emerged from the activities of Thematic Group 19 on “Big data and digital communication” of the Ecosystem Services Partnership.

Keywords

  • Automated image content analysis
  • Crowd-sourced data
  • Cultural ecosystem services
  • Semantic analysis
  • Social media

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