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Multiscale socio-ecological networks in the age of information
Lenomand, Maxime (Institut national de Recherche en Sciences et Technologies pour l'environnment et l'Agriculture)
Luque, Sandra (Institut national de Recherche en Sciences et Technologies pour l'environnment et l'Agriculture)
Langemeyer, Johannes (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals)
Tenerelli, Patrizia (Institut national de Recherche en Sciences et Technologies pour l'environnment et l'Agriculture)
Zulian, Grazia (European Commission. Joint Research Centre)
Aalders, Inge (The James Hutton Institute)
Chivulescu, Serban (National Institute for Research and Development and Forestry (Voluntari, Romania))
Clemente, Pedro (Centro de Investigação em Ambiente e Sustentabilidade (Caparica, Portugal))
Dick, Jan (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (Penicuik, Regne Unit))
Van Dijk, Jiska (Norwegian Institute for Nature Research)
Van Eupen, Michiel (Wageningen University and Research, Environmental Research)
Giuca, Relu C. (University of Bucharest. Research Center in Systems Ecology and Sustainability)
Kopperoinen, Leena (Finnish Environment Institute (Helsinki, Finlàndia))
Lellei-Kovács, Eszter (Institute of Ecology and Botany (Vácrátót, Hungria))
Leone, Michael (Research Institute for Nature and Forest (Brusel·les, Bèlgica))
Lieskovský, Juraj (Slovak Academy of Sciences. Institute of Landscape Ecology)
Schirpke, Uta (Institute for Alpine Environment (Bolzano, Itàlia))
Smith, Alison C. (University of Oxford. Environmental Change Institute)
Tappeiner, Ulrike (University of Innsbruck. Department of Ecology)
Woods, Helen (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (Penicuik, Regne Unit))

Data: 2018
Resum: Interactions between people and ecological systems, through leisure or tourism activities, form a complex socio-ecological spatial network. The analysis of the benefits people derive from their interactions with nature-also referred to as cultural ecosystem services (CES)-enables a better understanding of these socio-ecological systems. In the age of information, the increasing availability of large social media databases enables a better understanding of complex socio-ecological interactions at an unprecedented spatio-temporal resolution. Within this context, we model and analyze these interactions based on information extracted from geotagged photographs embedded into a multiscale socio-ecological network. We apply this approach to 16 case study sites in Europe using a social media database (Flickr) containing more than 150,000 validated and classified photographs. After evaluating the representativeness of the network, we investigate the impact of visitors' origin on the distribution of socio-ecological interactions at different scales. First at a global scale, we develop a spatial measure of attractiveness and use this to identify four groups of sites. Then, at a local scale, we explore how the distance traveled by the users to reach a site affects the way they interact with this site in space and time. The approach developed here, integrating social media data into a network-based framework, offers a new way of visualizing and modeling interactions between humans and landscapes. Results provide valuable insights for understanding relationships between social demands for CES and the places of their realization, thus allowing for the development of more efficient conservation and planning strategies.
Ajuts: European Commission 308428
Nota: Unidad de excelencia María de Maeztu CEX2019-000940-M
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Llengua: Anglès
Document: Article ; recerca ; Versió publicada
Publicat a: PloS one, Vol. 13, issue 11 (Nov. 2018) , art. e0206672, ISSN 1932-6203

Dades associades a l'article: https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.7083182
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0206672
PMID: 30383800


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