Across the world, there is a large diversity of land, from mountains to wetlands to deserts, and there is a large breadth of biodiversity. However, human influence has jeopardized these diverse regions. Land-System change occurs when the natural state of the land is altered due to human development. Examples of land-system change include river damming, forest clearing, marsh filling, and other similar actions [1,2].
Robotic Solutions for Land-System Change
Currently, there are no robotic solutions to help prevent or mitigate the issue of land-system change.
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