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Mapping the planet's biodiversity from the air | Gregory Asner ...
By Rewilding Europe - December 17, 2019
Humans are causing the biggest mass extinction of species since the dinosaurs – but where are the most critical places to concentrate our conservation efforts? Gregory Asner, explains the technology he has developed to map biodiversity from the air using “spectronomics” to identify plants from their unique chemical signatures.

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