Project update  |   27 June 2022

BiCOME presents work at World Biodiversity Forum

Dr Stefanie Broszeit will be (virtually) attending the second edition of the World Biodiversity Forum (26 June - 1 July 2022) where BiCOME will be part of a poster session on biodiversity change detection. 

The poster will show initial results from the project to highlight the need for a structured approach to map remote sensing products to Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBV) in coastal ecosystems, and the importance of taking into consideration stakeholders views on the definition of relevant remote sensing products.

The poster session is entitled 'MON2 Detecting and attributing biodiversity change: linking essential variables to indicators and goals' and will take place on Wednesday 29 June 14:00 - 16:00.

You can read the abstract on the World Biodiversity Forum website.

About the WBF

The World Biodiversity Forum brings together researchers across all disciplines of biodiversity science in a forum that offers inspiration and examples for actions and solutions to conserve biodiversity, and set us on a path towards transformation for sustainability.

This year it will be a hybrid event with the in-person part taking place at Davos Congress Centre, Switzerland.