Track 4: Ecology

Ecology technology is developing, improving, and being used quickly due to the complexity of study problems and global issues (such as climate change and biodiversity loss). A new field of study known as "technology" is being born as a result of this tendency. The Internet of Things, swarm theory, bio-batteries, low-power and long-range telemetry, 3D printing, tracking molecular mobility, and low-power computing are just a few of the recent revolutionary and transformational technical developments we highlight for researching species and ecosystems. When combined, these technologies have the potential to transform ecology by supplying "next-generation" ecological data that might be used to meet a wide variety of needs (e.g., pest and wildlife waste management, informing environmental policy and decision-making). Fostering more multidisciplinary collaboration will be essential to the development and adoption of technology by ecologists and environmental managers. Ideal relationships between universities, the public sector, and the commercial sector would encompass the stages of idea invention, implementation, and improvement.


  • Track 1-1 Global Environmental Challenges
  • Track 2-2 Aquatic Ecology
  • Track 3-3 Ecosystem And Biosphere
  • Track 4-4 Environmental Physiology

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