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The report Strengthen capacity of ASL governments and communities to analyze wildlife data from camera traps, commissioned by the World Bank-led and GEF-funded Amazon Sustainable Landscapes Program (ASL) and prepared by Conservation International representing Wildlife Insights, has the objective of designing and piloting an analytical tool to gather, organize, visualize and analyze information recorded in existing camera traps, demonstrating how camera trap data (in conjunction with other relevant data) collected can facilitate and improve the evaluation of biodiversity outcomes under various conditions, assess the impact of management scenarios, and improve planning and development of conservation activities.
The pilot sites were chosen through a participatory approach within the ASL areas of intervention in Brazil, Colombia, and Peru. Wildlife Insights (WI), an emerging platform built by Conservation International and partners was used to facilitate the processing, management, and analysis of camera trap data.
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