A report on Mapping of international and multiregional research collaboration on biodiversity scenarios has been recently published by the Horizon 2020 funded project BiodivScen.
This document was created with the aim to perform a mapping of the international and multi-regional research collaboration networks between scientists working on scenarios of biodiversity and ecosystem services. In particular, the objective is to characterize collaboration networks between the European Research Area (ERA) and other world regions, including the American continent, along with their evolution over time, the countries leading the collaborations and the research domains covered.
The analysis was performed through bibliographic analyses, which are relevant tools to quantify scientific cooperation networks.
The Spanish Agencia Estatal de Investigación and the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT), along with other partners of the BiodivScen project have actively contributed to the report, downloadable here.