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The Datafication of Forests? From the Wood Wide Web to the Internet of Trees

Gray, Jonathan


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;How can data and networked digital technologies be used to cultivate collective sensibilities towards the presence of trees?&amp;nbsp;How can the datafication of forests build on or depart from other ways of relating to trees, whether through mythology, mapping, camping, conservation, literature, logging, painting, planting, film, food, art installations, activist occupations, imperial expansion, indigenous stewardship, botany, birthing, or bathing (shinrin-yoku)? This piece briefly explores some of the emerging practices, infrastructures, and devices that are used to render trees experiencable, sensible, and relatable through digital data.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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