INTEGRATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND COMPUTER SCIENCE IN GLOBAL AND EUROPEAN POLICIES OF BIODIVERSITY

Author(s): FLORIN FAINISI
gnosis2401@gmail.com
MARIANA RUDAREANU
mariana_ rudareanu@yahoo.com
DIANA ANCA ARTENE
d.artene@yahoo.com
MARIAN ILIE
marian06ilie@yahoo.com
Spiru Haret University
ADRIAN BLAJAN
adrian.blajan@contemporaryscienceassociation.net
Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences, New York
Journal: Proceedings of the 1st IISHSS International Conference on the Economics and Psychosociology of Intercultural Relations in the Contemporary Mediascape
Volume: 1
Year: 2011
Full text: http://www.contemporaryscienceassociation.net
Publisher: Addleton Academic Publishers, New York

Abstract.

With land and marine ecosystems around the world under intense pressure from human activities, negotiators from all around the world met in Nagoya, Japan, October 18–29, 2010 to shape and agree on a global strategy and instruments for protecting biodiversity that would make the value of biodiversity central to all human initiatives and development. Computer science has created new technology that helped people in this world and helped to create biodiversity databases for the preservation of the nature. pp. 217–226

Keywords: computer science, environmental science, biodiversity

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