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Contribution citoyenne au suivi de la flore d'un parc national français, un exemple remarquable à l'échelle du Parc national des Cévennes

Abstract : The diversity of habitats in the Cévennes national Park is home to a rich flora, comprising more than 2400 species (angiosperms, gymnosperms, and ferns). A good knowledge of this flora is essential for the development of adapted management strategies. However, human resources for this purpose are limited, and the support of residents and visitors can help to increase the capacity to identify this biodiversity. As the rapid and correct identification of a large number of plant species by non-botanists is difficult, the Cévennes national Park has invested in the development of a new method based on automatic visual approaches to increase citizen participation. We report this experience here, based on the citizen scientific platform Pl@ntNet. This study underlines both the interest of civil society in this approach, the results it brings, and lays the foundations to facilitate its deployment in other French reserves and parks
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Pierre Bonnet, Hervé Goëau, Frantz Hopkins, Errol Véla, Amandine Sahl, et al.. Contribution citoyenne au suivi de la flore d'un parc national français, un exemple remarquable à l'échelle du Parc national des Cévennes. Carnets Botaniques, Société Botanique d'Occitanie, 2020, pp.1-9. ⟨10.34971/zaz0-n247⟩. ⟨hal-02981760⟩

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