Facebook post by University of Helsinki

Researchers assessed global patterns of visitation rates, attractiveness and pressure to more than 12,000 Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs). They used geolocated data mined from social media (Twitter and Flickr). This study found that IBAs located in Europe and Asia, and in temperate biomes, had the highest density of social media users.
Social media data can help conserve biodiversity | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Social media provide information about human-nature interactions and pressure to Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBA)