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Biologically-inspired machine learning implemented to ecological informatics

Young-Seuk Park, Tae-Soo Chon
2007 Ecological Modelling  
We also would like to thank Professor Friedrich Recknagel, Editor-in-Chief of Ecological Informatics, for his active support of the conference.  ...  Special thanks are extended to Professor Sven Erik Jørgensen, Editor-in-Chief of Ecological Modelling for publication of the manuscripts submitted to ISEI4.  ...  The effort for achieving universality in ecological informatics would continue to the next conference of the International Society for Ecological Informatics in Santa Barbara on December 5-8, 2006 .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2006.05.039 fatcat:fhyb6zcjavbzhct646alssdqom

iEcology: Harnessing Large Online Resources to Generate Ecological Insights

Ivan Jarić, Ricardo A. Correia, Barry W. Brook, Jessie C. Buettel, Franck Courchamp, Enrico Di Minin, Josh A. Firth, Kevin J. Gaston, Paul Jepson, Gregor Kalinkat, Richard Ladle, Andrea Soriano-Redondo (+2 others)
2020 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
These contain a lot of information about the natural world, some of which can be used to answer key ecological questions.  ...  ., internet ecology), an emerging research approach that uses diverse online data sources and methods to generate insights about species distribution over space and time, interactions and dynamics of organisms  ...  2020, Vol. 35, No. 7 Trends in Ecology & Evolution, July 2020, Vol. 35, No. 7 639  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tree.2020.03.003 pmid:32521246 fatcat:zs2hykdanfh67dfleuxaoepuve

Environmental Informatics: Social, Technological & Educational Aspects—International Scenario and Indian Potentialities

Dr. Prantosh Kumar Paul
2021 Zenodo  
Environmental Informatics: Social, Technological & Educational Aspects—International Scenario and Indian Potentialities: PDF  ...  Due to the importance of the field Environmental Informatics is become a field of study in many countries.  ...  There are different potentialities to offer Environmental Informatics as an academic branch due to its wider scope and utilizations.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5148826 fatcat:ey7wrp6cpncrnpsdvgrebnlcda

Activity Pattern Mining from Social Media for Healthcare Monitoring on Big data

Imaging Informatics Applications Imaging informatics developed almost concurrentlythrough the EHRs and development of medical informatics.  ...  The medical imaging field aidsby large volume of clinical imaging data for creation of smartchoices.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.i3102.0789s319 fatcat:qz5zp2f2h5gxlfhvwfuagvtyre

Biodiversity informatics: organizing and linking information across the spectrum of life

I. N. Sarkar
2007 Briefings in Bioinformatics  
Biological knowledge exists at three major levels: (1) Molecular; (2) Organismal; and, (3) Ecological.  ...  Abstract Biological knowledge can be inferred from three major levels of information: molecules, organisms, and ecologies.  ...  The spectrum of biological knowledge can be binned into three categories: Molecular, Organismal, and Ecological.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bib/bbm037 pmid:17704120 fatcat:y3n5b5vdlbdjvpgcaojgvchnme


I.V. Sheverdyaev, SSC-RAS, A.V. Kleschenkov
Совмещённые дешифрированные водные 35 зеркала Цимлянского вдхр. при разных уровнях воды.  ...  отнести три типа участ- ющего половодья; ков -устья и прилегающие аккумулятивные -выделяется период, когда в половодье уровень участки впадающих рек, побережье Цимлянских воды наблюдался ниже отметки 35  ...  The volume of sediment accumulated over almost 70 years and their distribution over the water area is unknown.  ... 
doi:10.23885/2500-123x-2019-2-4-98-100 fatcat:4vjdle7ppna2vef5wanjex2pfu


A.D. Sambuu, Tuvan Institute for the exploration of natural resources Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Kyzyl, Russia
2019 Ecology Economy Informatics System analysis and mathematical modeling of ecological and economic systems  
3,7 3,1 10,9 17,7 8,4 26,1 9,1 11,9 55,5 26,7 0,32 35-40 3,8 3,5 11,1 18,4 8,2 25,7 9,1 11,4 54,4 27,2 0,34 40-45 3,8 3,5 11,1 18,4 8,1 25,4 9,0 11,4 53,9 27,7 0,34 45-50 4,0 3,0 11,0 18,0 8,1 25,5 9,0  ...  22,5 16,3 3,0 51,8 30,6 0,34 10-15 4,7 7,7 4,1 16,5 8,8 15,9 16,8 3,8 45,3 38,2 0,36 20-25 3,8 7,8 3,8 15,4 10,9 13,4 17,2 4,1 45,6 39,0 0,33 25-30 3,8 7,2 3,3 14,3 9,5 10,5 17,6 3,3 40,9 44,8 0,34 30-35  ...  reason for small volumes of organic carbon deposition is a low pool of phytomass.  ... 
doi:10.23885/2500-395x-2019-1-4-103-105 fatcat:um5d7acoz5afrjadebq3j4e5gm

Multimodality Monitoring: Informatics, Integration Data Display and Analysis

J. Michael Schmidt, Michael De Georgia
2014 Neurocritical Care  
Clinical informatics infrastructure should be adopted that enables a wide range of linear and nonlinear analytical methods be applied to patient data.  ...  Clinical informatics deals with biomedical data, information, and knowledge including their acquisition, storage, retrieval, and optimal use for clinical decision-making.  ...  Many hospitals also lack the patient volume or financial resources to hire dedicated intensivists and staff.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12028-014-0037-1 pmid:25208675 fatcat:oc6itfijnfc5him2l7bdk3ywzm

Assessing marine ecosystem acoustic diversity across ocean basins

Susan E. Parks, Jennifer L. Miksis-Olds, Samuel L. Denes
2014 Ecological Informatics  
Ecological Informatics.  ...  Volume 71, Issue 11,1087-1092.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecoinf.2013.11.003 fatcat:nkbifnqzkzbrfmhnmf5kq3yiwi

Advances in camera trap data management tools: Towards collaborative development and integration with GIS

B. Zaragozí, A. Belda, P. Giménez, J.T. Navarro, A. Bonet
2015 Ecological Informatics  
36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 Zaragozí et al. / Ecological Informatics 00 (2015) 1-13 4 67 68 location  ...  for these problems, but nowadays 24 there is a general consensus in that the higher use of camera traps has not been coupled with powerful software 25 solutions to manage and analyse the huge data volume  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecoinf.2015.08.001 fatcat:krthppiz7naopiaa4mypzo54nq

Global Biodiversity Informatics: setting the scene for a "new world" of ecological forecasting

Vanderlei Perez Canhos, Sidnei De Souza, Renato De Giovanni, Dora Ann Lange Canhos
2004 Biodiversity Informatics  
The success of several concerted international efforts depends largely on broad deployment of biodiversity informatics information and products.  ...  research data and open-source tools are leading to a new era of web services and computational frameworks for spatial biodiversity analysis, bringing new opportunities and dimensions to novel approaches in ecological  ...  Modeling ecological niches for prediction of geographic distributions of species (Peterson et al., 2002a; Soberón and Peterson, 2004 ) is a growing field in large-scale ecology and biodiversity informatics  ... 
doi:10.17161/bi.v1i0.3 fatcat:7pzj5js5z5hjfdwreua27qqo2u

Entomological journals and publishing in Japan

Takema Fukatsu
2016 Applied Entomology and Zoology  
50; 75-76 indicates that the journal published 2 issues from No. 75 to No. 76 in 2015 without a volume system; 1 (-) indicates that the journal published papers as volume 1 in 2015 without an issue system  ...  The Ecological Society of Japan publishes an Englishbased journal, Ecological Research, and two Japanesebased journals, Japanese Journal of Ecology and Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology, which reflect  ...  CiNii (Citation Information by National Institute of Informatics; was launched in 2004 by the National Institute of Informatics as a searchable database  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13355-015-0386-z pmid:26869722 pmcid:PMC4737799 fatcat:ywrf3kdqknemze55ikuejhopga

Data-intensive science applied to broad-scale citizen science

Wesley M. Hochachka, Daniel Fink, Rebecca A. Hutchinson, Daniel Sheldon, Weng-Keen Wong, Steve Kelling
2012 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
We first describe the process of insuring that continual large volumes of data will be acquired from thousands of volunteers, through applied informatics and social networking processes.  ...  Here, we use examples from our work with eBird to review three general issues in informatics that we believe are general to broad-scale ecological citizen-science projects.  ...  We first describe the process of insuring that continual large volumes of data will be acquired from thousands of volunteers, through applied informatics and social networking processes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tree.2011.11.006 pmid:22192976 fatcat:pf2yemnyabg25a5okm72ic2vvi

Green IT and Waste Paper in Governmental Institutions: The Proposal of the Infotercio Financial Model [chapter]

Nilo Sylvio Costa Serpa, Ivanir Costa, Rodrigo Franco Gonçalves
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Green IT is tackled from the premise that paper is the most bulky solid waste daily generated by informatics and the most easily controllable by people.  ...  total volume of waste paper released.  ...  Green IT not only minimizes ecological impacts but favors cost containments and reduction of energy consumption [3] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-44736-9_2 fatcat:d52mkei5s5fbtczdrcofc343ji

A global perspective on decadal challenges and priorities in biodiversity informatics

A Townsend Peterson, Jorge Soberón, Leonard Krishtalka
2015 BMC Ecology  
Biodiversity informatics is a field that is growing rapidly in data infrastructure, tools, and participation by researchers worldwide from diverse disciplines and with diverse, innovative approaches.  ...  Our alternative decadal view is global, i.e., it sees the worldwide scope and importance of biodiversity informatics as addressing five major, global goals: (1) mobilize existing knowledge; (2) share this  ...  Rescuing these data digitally from stealth mode enables biodiversity informatics to transform a descriptive biodiversity enterprise into a powerfully predictive one [35] [36] [37] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12898-015-0046-8 pmid:26022532 pmcid:PMC4467596 fatcat:pkg7mg53obefngvmnakdsykulq
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