Technology is the key to conservation

A new paper has described technology as the key to conservation. From satellites to drones, technology has continually demonstrated its usefulness amongst conservationists.

A group of international ecologists, incuding our very own Associate Professor Lian Pin Koh  from the newly minted Centre for Applied Conservation Science, published the paper about the benefits of technology in conservation. The paper, entitled  “Integration of technologies is key for scalable conservation“, was published in the open-access journal Global Ecology and Conservation.

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