Harnessing Artificial Intelligence technology and social media data to support Cultural Ecosystem Service assessments

Lukas Egarter Vigl, Thomas Marsoner, Valentina Giombini, Caroline Pecher, Heidi Simion, Egon Stemle, Erich Tasser & Daniel Depellegrin
Cultural Ecosystem Services (CES), such as aesthetic and recreational enjoyment, as well as sense of place and cultural heritage, play an outstanding role in the contribution of landscapes to human well-being. Scientists, however, still often struggle to understand how landscape characteristics contribute to deliver these intangible benefits, largely because it is hard to navigate how people value nature, and because there is a lack in methods that accommodate both comprehensive and time-efficient evaluations. Recent advances...
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