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Biodiversity is the variety of all living things, and in today's digital landscape, it can be measured in many different ways.
Understanding the impacts of land use on biodiversity helps us act to conserve and rehabilitate habitat for the future.
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To overcome challenges with measuring biodiversity from the ground, CSIRO has developed an online tool for understanding biodiversity change for any place of any size in Australia.
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Leveraging the best available big data sets, satellites, and scientific knowledge about biodiversity patterns, the tool can help a range of people working to:
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improve their farm, recognise stewardship, keep accounts that include natural assets and maximise impact of data science.
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Track our changing environment, with CSIRO.