Below are a collection of papers relevant to mobile and smartphone data science. If you know of any papers we should add here, contact us and let us know!
Martínez-López, Javier, et al. “Towards globally customizable ecosystem service models.” Science of the Total Environment650 (2019): 2325-2336.
Bryant, Benjamin P., et al. “Transparent and feasible uncertainty assessment adds value to applied ecosystem services modeling.” Ecosystem Services 33 (2018): 103-109.
Neugarten, Rachel A., et al. “Tools for measuring, modelling, and valuing ecosystem services: guidance for Key Biodiversity Areas, natural World Heritage Sites, and protected areas.” (2018).
Willcock, Simon, et al. “Machine learning for ecosystem services.” Ecosystem Services (2018).
Lewis, Amy R., et al. “To what extent do potential conservation donors value community-aspects of conservation projects in low income countries?.” PloS one 13.2 (2018): e0192935.
Bagstad, Kenneth J., Simon Willcock, and Glenn-Marie Lange. “Remote Sensing and Modeling to Fill the Gap in “Missing” Natural Capital.” 2018. 199-210.
Van Berkel, Derek B., et al. “Quantifying the visual-sensory landscape qualities that contribute to cultural ecosystem services using social media and LiDAR.” Ecosystem Services(2018).
Dorning, Monica A., Derek B. Van Berkel, and Darius J. Semmens. “Integrating spatially explicit representations of landscape perceptions into land change research.” Current Landscape Ecology Reports 2.3 (2017): 73-88.
Bell, Andrew Reid, et al. “Real-time social data collection in rural bangladesh via a ‘microtasks for micropayments’ platform on android smartphones.” PloS one 11.11 (2016): e0165924.
van Zanten, Boris T., et al. “Continental-scale quantification of landscape values using social media data.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113.46 (2016): 12974-12979.