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How Eavesdropping on Nature Can Keep the Planet Healthy

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Technology is playing a critical role as many employees move to 100% telework, business travel and conferences morph into web-based events and school .. Read more shutdowns give rise to at home learning. Technology is changing the way scientists study nature. Technology is helping scientists better understand how humans are impacting the health of natural systems and vice versa. Attendees of this webinar will get a firsthand account of how a variety of technological tools, such as sensors and apps, are being used to listen to, monitor, and increase the biodiversity and health of forests, animals, insects, and oceans. This webinar will discuss how technology can be used to increase food productivity in a sustainable way, ensure water availability, and improve access to food in regions facing moderate to severe food insecurity. They are also used by scientists to monitor natural resources. This webinar will describe how drones are being used to monitor and protect coral reefs, agricultural productivity, and endangered species.

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