How language diversity could help protect biodiversity

8 Oct 2021
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Dr Amano and his colleagues are revealing the value of recognising non-English research

Recognising often-ignored non-English-language research could help conservationists protect the world’s biodiversity, according to an international research project.

The University of Queensland’s Dr Tatsuya Amano, with over 60 collaborators across the globe, have been busy quantifying ‘hidden’ non-English-language biodiversity research, published in 16 different languages.

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