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Familiarity breeds content: assessing bird species popularity with culturomics

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Understanding public perceptions of biodiversity is essential to ensure continued support for conservation efforts. Despite this, insights remain scarce at broader spatial scales, mostly due to a lack of adequate methods for their assessment. The emergence of new technologies with global reach and high levels of participation provide exciting new opportunities to study the public visibility of biodiversity and the factors that drive it. Here, we use a measure of internet saliency to assess...

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Peer reviewed
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10.7717/peerj.1728

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University of Oxford
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Oxford, Social Sciences, School of Geography and the Environment
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University of Oxford
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Oxford, Social Sciences, School of Geography and the Environment
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University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, Social Sciences, School of Geography and the Environment
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PeerJ Publisher's website
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PeerJ Journal website
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4
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Article: e1728
Publication date:
2016-01-01
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2167-8359
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uuid:75a6f3f6-974d-4ef3-afbf-5eb57610d555
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607231
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pubs:607231

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