by By , European Scientist

Researchers from Newcastle University, UK, created a tool to find the gaps in our understanding with regards to where and how human activities threaten wildlife and the environment, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Evidence.

Conservation experts have found significant gaps in available information about different locations and threats to specific animals. Most of the current threat maps are produced only at a national scale or larger. This means that a large volume of information has been lost when we base our knowledge on maps produced on such a large scale.

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