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Successful conservation strategies require frequent observations and assessments of the landscape. Although expert surveys provide a great level of detail, the trade-off is the limited spatial coverage and repetition with which they are executed. Remote sensing technology can partially resolve these issues; nevertheless, it still requires experts' experience to create conservation planning and reaction options. Nature 4.0 seeks to address these shortcomings by developing a prototype of adoi:10.1109/crv.2015.10 dblp:conf/crv/BoydstunFMRSR15 fatcat:rdlzncgednafng4dbmz54bdatu