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Ricardo Correia

  • PhD
  • Postdoctoral researcher
  • Helsingin yliopisto Geotieteiden ja maantieteen laitos
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Recent publications

  • Are white storks addicted to junk food? Impacts of landfill use on the movement and behaviour of resident white storks (Ciconia ciconia) from a partially migratory population

    • Gilbert N
    • Correia R
    • Silva J
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  • Topography and aridity influence oak woodland bird assemblages in southern Europe

    • Correia R
    • Haskell W
    • Gill J
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Professional experience

Postdoctoral researcher

University of Helsinki Department of Geosciences and Geography

October 2019 - Present

Education

PhD

University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences

April 2010 - March 2014(4 years)

MSc

CBA/FCUL Lisbon, Portugal

September 2007 - November 2008(a year)

BSc

CBA/FCUL Lisbon, Portugal

September 2003 - July 2007(4 years)

About

I am currently working as a post-doctoral researcher in the project `Tracking societal responses to sustainability issues using social media data`. I am an interdisciplinary researcher with multiple interests including the use of digital data for conservation, human-nature interactions, land and protected area management and the impact of environmental change on biodiversity. My current research aims to explore how the digital revolution can contribute towards conservation science and practice. In particular, I am actively investigating how new digital data sources (e.g. social media platforms, search engines) and analytical methods (e.g. machine learning, natural language processing) can be used to generate novel insights on the relationship between humans and nature to inform conservation action and policy. I am also co-leading the Conservation Culturomics Working Group, part of the Society for Conservation Biology.

Co-authors (90)

  • Juliana Pinheiro
  • Willams Fagner dos Santos
  • Filipe Dias