Environmental memory

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The concept of Environmental memory is described as the sum of explicit, persistent and structured data of knowledges, models and scientific expertise linked to an environmental observatory system on the long term in order to facilitate access, sharing and reusability of the information.[1]

Diverse environmental memory is embedded in different regions and this “spatially distributed environmental memory” can be collectively shared via interpersonal networks and social learning. [2]

An implementation of the notion of environmental memory is realized by the open source project called Emios.


  1. ^ Guarnieri & al., 2003
  2. ^ Matous, Petr; Todo, Yasuyuki (2018). "An experiment in strengthening the networks of remote communities in the face of environmental change: leveraging spatially distributed environmental memory". Regional Environmental Change. doi:10.1007/s10113-018-1307-9.
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