Documents & Publications

This page collects documents and other outputs produced within the project - including project deliverables and presentations given at external events - reflecting the dynamic BioDT community on Zenodo.

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Digital twin challenges in biodiversity modelling

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Athanasios Trantas, Ruduan Plug, Paolo Pileggi, Elena Lazovik

Digital Twin is a contemporary digital representation paradigm that is capable of encompassing the complex interactions within the natural environment.

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Prototype Biodiversity Digital Twin: grassland biodiversity dynamics

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Franziska Taubert, Tuomas Rossi, Christoph Wohner, Sarah Venier, Tomáš Martinovič, Taimur Haider Khan, Julian Lopez Gordillo, Thomas Banitz

European grassland management has often favoured high production through frequent mowing and heavy fertilisation over biodiversity conservation, which is typically supported by less intensive management.

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Prototype Biodiversity Digital Twin: Real-time bird monitoring with citizen-science data

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Otso Ovaskainen, Patrik Lauha, Julian Lopez Gordillo, Ossi Nokelainen, Anis U. Rahman, Allan T. Souza, Jussi Talaskivi, Gleb Tikhonov, Aurélie Vancraeyenest, Ari Lehtiö

Bird populations respond rapidly to environmental change making them excellent ecological indicators. Climate shifts advance migration, causing mismatches in breeding and resources. Understanding these changes is crucial to monitor the state of the environment.

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Prototype Biodiversity Digital Twin: Disease Outbreaks

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Kate Ingenloff, Syrine Ben Aziza, Claus Weiland, Nikoletta Nikolova, Hans-Hermann Thulke, Martin Lange, Adam Reichold, Dmitry Schigel

African swine fever is a transmissible virus impacting wild and domestic swine populations. In Europe, it is non-native and the recently introduced genotype affects wild boar populations with occasional outbreaks in domestic pigs.

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Presentation

Biodiversity Digital Twins

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Zuquim, Gabriela

Presented remotely at the eLTER Consortia meeting, 3-7 June 2024 in Sofia, Bulgaria (hybrid).

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Prototype Digital Twin: Recreation and biodiversity cultural ecosystem services

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Simon Rolph, Chris Andrews, Dylan Carbone, Julian Lopez Lopez Gordillo, Tomáš Martinovič, Nick Oostervink, Dirk Pleiter, Kata Sara-aho, John Watkins, Christoph Wohner, Will Bolton, Jan Dick

Digital twin approaches have the potential to revolutionise usage, planning and management of cultural ecosystem services i.e.

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Prototype Biodiversity Digital Twin: Invasive Alien Species

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Taimur Khan, Ahmed El-Gabbas, Marina Golivets, Allan T. Souza, Julian Lopez Gordillo, Dylan Kierans, Ingolf Kühn

Invasive alien species (IAS) threaten biodiversity and human well-being. These threats may increase in the future, necessitating accurate projections of potential locations and the extent of invasions.

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Prototype Biodiversity Digital Twin: Forest Biodiversity Dynamics

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Bekir Afsar, Kyle Eyvindson, Tuomas Rossi, Martijn Versluijs, Otso Ovaskainen

Forests are crucial in supporting biodiversity and providing ecosystem services. Understanding forest biodiversity dynamics under different management strategies and climate change scenarios is essential for effective conservation and management.

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Prototype Biodiversity Digital Twin: Phylogenetic Diversity

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Vladimir Mikryukov, Kessy Abarenkov, Thomas S. Jeppesen, Dmitry Schigel, Tobias Guldberg Frøslev

Phylogenetic diversity (PD) represents a fundamental measure of biodiversity, encapsulating the extent of evolutionary history within species groups.

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Prototype Biodiversity Digital Twin: honey bees in agricultural landscapes

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Jürgen Groeneveld, Tomas Martinovic, Tuomas Rossi, Ondrej Salamon, Kata Sara-aho, Volker Grimm

Honey bees are vital to human well-being and are under multiple stresses. We need to be able to assess the viability and productivity of honey bee colonies in different landscapes and under different management and climate-change scenarios.

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