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    Abstract The capercaillie has been negatively affected by the loss of mature forests. However, forestry creates young plantations offering a superabundant food supply for moose. Using two spatial scales, we tested whether the landscape-level environmental requirements of the capercaillie and moose differ. We compared the spatial association between the abundances of the two species in 50-???50-km grids and, using a set of regression models, analyzed how it was affected by various land use variables in five regions of Finland. Both species were generally most abundant in the same grid cells. Moreover, the association between abundance and several landscape variables was very similar for both species. Forest cover had a positive impact on both species in Eastern and South-Western Finland. Only in Western Finland was the capercaillie more positively associated with older forest than the moose. Human impact variables were negatively related to both capercaillie and moose abundance in Eastern and South-Western Finland, the effect being stronger for capercaillie. In Northern Finland, human impact turned positive. Our results highlight that, on broad landscape and regional scales, we might not need to make trade-offs in management decisions concerning capercaillie and moose. While considering regional land use planning, the primary goal for both species seems to be to secure large areas of forest, preferably at a distance from human settlement. phone: +358-919-157728 (Sirkia, Saija) saija.sirkia@helsinki.fi (Sirkia, Saija) Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki - P.O. Box 65 - FI-00014 - Helsinki - FINLAND (Sirkia, Saija) Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute - P.O. Box 2 - FI-00791 - Helsinki - FINLAND (Sirkia, Saija) Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute - P.O. Box 2 - FI-00791 - Helsinki - FINLAND (Pellikka, Jani) Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Joensuu - P.O. Box 111 - FI-80101 - Joensuu - FINLAND (Pellikka, Jani) Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute - P.O. Box 2 - FI-00791 - Helsinki - FINLAND (Linden, Harto) FINLAND Registration: 2009-07-27 Received: 2008-07-15 Revised: 2009-06-23 Accepted: 2009-07-26 ePublished: 2009-08-26

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    The Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Act 2015 provides the statutory basis for the national objective to transition to a low carbon and climate-resilient economy by 2050. Under the Act the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment must make and submit to Government a series of successive National Mitigation Plans and National Adaptation Frameworks. Ireland?s first Statutory National Adaptation Framework (NAF) was published in 2018 and sets out the national strategy to reduce the vulnerability of the country to the negative effects of climate change and to avail of any positive impacts. Twelve key sectors were identified and are required to prepare sectoral adaptation plans. The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine is responsible for three of those sectors ? Agriculture, Forest and Seafood. This Plan which covers the agriculture, forest and seafood sectors has been prepared in line with the Sectoral Planning Guidelines for Climate Change Adaptation.

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    Under the public notification system in respect of applications for grant aid for afforestation in excess of 2.5 hectares, detailed below are applications received by the Forest Service.

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    Authors: Portillo Dominguez, Andres Omar; Ayala-Rivera, Vanessa;

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a major technological revolution. Evaluating any IoT advancements comprehensively is critical to understand the conditions under which they can be more useful, as well as to assess the robustness and efficiency of IoT systems to validate them before their deployment in real life. Nevertheless, the creation of an appropriate IoT test environment is a difficult, effort-intensive, and expensive task; typically requiring a significant amount of human effort and physical hardware to build it. To tackle this problem, emulation tools to test IoT devices have been proposed. However, there is a lack of systematic approaches for evaluating IoT emulation environments. In this paper, we present a requirements-based framework to enable the systematic evaluation of the suitability of an emulated IoT environment to fulfil the requirements that secure the quality of an adequate test environment for IoT. 4th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Self-Adaptive, Collaborative, and Cyber Physical Systems (RESACS 2018), Banff, Canada, 20-24 August 2018 Science Foundation Ireland European Research Council

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    Authors: Büchler, Jan-Philipp, Prof. Dr.;

    Senior managers of two German mid-sized world market leaders in sensor electronics (ifm electronic) and mechanical engineering (GEA Group) discuss the opportunities and barriers of developing smart service innovations. The case study addresses different roles and patterns in ecosystems of multiple collaborating actors in different stages of development. The open-end discussion invites learners to evaluate the opportunities from different perspectives based on industry-specific experiences.

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    Authors: Habib, Wahaj;

    Maps accompanying Habib, Wahaj, 'A national-scale assessment of land use change in peatlands between 1989 and 2020 using Landsat data and Google Earth Engine: a case study of Ireland', Springer Nature, 2023 The maps are produced using machine learning-based image classification of Landsat (5,8) satellite remote sensing data.

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    Authors: Nzembayie, Kisito Futonge;

    Digitisation has ushered in a new era of value creation where cross border data flows generate more economic value than traditional flows of goods. The powerful new combination of digital and traditional forms of innovation has seen several new industries branded with a ‘tech’ suffix. In the education technology sector (EdTech), which is the industry context of this research, digitisation is driving double-digit growth into a projected $240 billion industry by 2021. Yet, despite its contemporary significance, the field of entrepreneurship has paid little attention to the phenomenon of digital entrepreneurship. As several scholars observe, digitisation challenges core organising axioms of entrepreneurship, with significant implications for the new venture creation process in new sectors such as EdTech. New venture creation no longer appears to follow discrete and linear models of innovation, as spatial and temporal boundaries get compressed. Given the paradigmatic shift, this study investigates three interrelated themes. Firstly, it seeks to determine how a Pure Digital Entrepreneurship (PDE) process develops over time; and more importantly, how the journey challenges extant assumptions of the entrepreneurial process. Secondly, it strives to identify and theorise the deep structures which underlie the PDE process through mechanism-based explanations. Consequently, the study also seeks to determine the causal pathways and enablers which overtly or covertly interrelate to power new venture emergence and performance. Thirdly, it aims to offer practical guidelines for nurturing the growth of PDE ventures, and for the development of supportive ecosystems. To meet the stated objectives, this study utilises an Insider Action Research (IAR) approach to inquiry, which incorporates reflective practice, collaborative inquiry and design research for third-person knowledge production. This three-pronged approach to inquiry allows for the enactment of a PDE journey in real-time, while acquiring a holistic narrative in the ‘swampy lowlands’ of new venture creation. The findings indicate that the PDE process is differentiated by the centrality of digital artifacts in new venture ideas, which in turn result in less-bounded processes that deliver temporal efficiencies – hence, the shorter new venture creation processes than in traditional forms of entrepreneurship. Further, PDE action is defined by two interrelated events – digital product development and digital growth marketing. These events are characterised by the constant forking, merging and termination of diverse activities. Secondly, concurrent enactment and piecemeal co-creation were found to be consequential mechanisms driving temporal efficiencies in digital product development. Meanwhile, data-driven operation and flexibility combine in digital growth marketing, to form higher order mechanisms which considerably reduce the levels of task-specific and outcome uncertainties. Finally, the study finds that digital growth marketing is differentiated from traditional marketing by the critical role of algorithmic agencies in their capacity as gatekeepers. Thus, unlike traditional marketing, which emphasises customer sovereignty, digital growth marketing involves a dual focus on the needs of human and algorithmic stakeholders. Based on the findings, this research develops a pragmatic model of pure digital new venture creation and suggests critical policy guidelines for nurturing the growth of PDE ventures and ecosystems.

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    Authors: Laefer, Debra F.;

    Worldwide there are millions of bridges and overpasses that need documentation, inspection, and maintenance. Aerial laser scanning has the potential to assist in this process not only through the initial documentation stage but through the automated creation of three-dimensional, computational models and a further integration of that data with the surrounding environment. This paper outlines the difficulties related to effective vertical data capture for major infrastructure elements and recommends specific approaches towards a geometric optimization of this problem. Results of the current level of viability using a test area in Dublin, Ireland are included based on the application of this optimization. IABSE Conference, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 6-8 May 2013 European Research Council

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    Authors: Pohl, Vivien;

    Air quality monitoring in Ireland is under the jurisdiction of the Environmental Protection Agency in compliance with the Gothenburg Protocol, EU/national legislation, and the National Clean Air Strategy. Particulate Matter (PM) has been acknowledged as a key atmospheric pollutant, with serious public health impacts and no safe threshold of exposure in place to-date. Ammonia (NH3) emissions are linked to the secondary production of PM through atmospheric reactions occurring with acidic atmospheric components such as sulfuric acid, nitric acid, and hydrochloric acid. These reactions result in the formation of ammonium sulfate, ammonium nitrate and ammonium chloride, among others. More than 95% of NH3 emissions occurring in Ireland arise from agriculture, with minor contributions from transport and natural sources. This study aims to advance knowledge and understanding of the role of arable agricultural practices and management in NH3 enrichment and aid in mapping of the sources of PM production. The nature and contribution of NH3 in the atmosphere to secondary PM in defined arable settings will be examined to provide greater insight into system dynamics facilitating emission control and mitigation measures to be implemented. This will be achieved through a review of existing literature and database assessment combined with the application of a localised field monitoring network in arable agricultural settings. As Ireland currently has no active atmospheric NH3 monitoring in place, reported emission levels can prove to be imprecise. And lead to over- and under-estimation of NH3 gas emissions to the atmosphere from sources such as agriculture. By establishing localized monitoring stations at emission sources, the precision of the estimated NH3 concentrations in the atmosphere can be improved. This can also lead to improved understanding of PM dynamics and formation. This will be achieved by using a combination of active and passive sampling instruments for in-field atmospheric sample collection, which will then be analysed in the laboratory using ion chromatography. Additionally, to gain a fuller understanding of the dynamics of an agricultural system, background monitoring of soil properties and water nutrient enrichment will also be carried out. The output of this project will build on existing theories of NH3, and PM dynamics established by previous research, and combine these with field data, including agricultural practices, NH3 source production and PM generation, soil and water enrichment and quality background monitoring to synthesise a new mechanistic paradigm. This new understanding will be operationalised through the development of a conceptual model of NH3 dynamics and PM generation, and agri-ecological interactions known as Conceptual Ammonia-aeroSol bIOspheric Simulation (CASIOS). The model builds on a Drivers, Pressures, State, Impacts, Responses framework, with an additional attribute introduced under the term ‘Concept’ which includes environmental conditions previously not considered under this paradigm.

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    Authors: Almaguer-Angeles, Fernando; Murphy, John; Murphy, Liam, B.E.; Portillo Dominguez, Andres Omar;

    Internet of Things (IoT) systems produce large amounts of raw data in the form of log files. This raw data must then be processed to extract useful information. Machine Learning (ML) has proved to be an efficient technique for such tasks, but there are many different ML algorithms available, each suited to different types of scenarios. In this work, we compare the performance of 22 state-of-the-art supervised ML classification algorithms on different IoT datasets, when applied to the problem of anomaly detection. Our results show that there is no dominant solution, and that for each scenario, several candidate techniques perform similarly. Based on our results and a characterization of our datasets, we propose a recommendation framework which guides practitioners towards the subset of the 22 ML algorithms which is likely to perform best on their data. 2019 IEEE 5th World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT'19)2019 IEEE 5th World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT), Limerick, Ireland, 15-18 April 2019 European Commission - European Regional Development Fund Science Foundation Ireland

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    Abstract The capercaillie has been negatively affected by the loss of mature forests. However, forestry creates young plantations offering a superabundant food supply for moose. Using two spatial scales, we tested whether the landscape-level environmental requirements of the capercaillie and moose differ. We compared the spatial association between the abundances of the two species in 50-???50-km grids and, using a set of regression models, analyzed how it was affected by various land use variables in five regions of Finland. Both species were generally most abundant in the same grid cells. Moreover, the association between abundance and several landscape variables was very similar for both species. Forest cover had a positive impact on both species in Eastern and South-Western Finland. Only in Western Finland was the capercaillie more positively associated with older forest than the moose. Human impact variables were negatively related to both capercaillie and moose abundance in Eastern and South-Western Finland, the effect being stronger for capercaillie. In Northern Finland, human impact turned positive. Our results highlight that, on broad landscape and regional scales, we might not need to make trade-offs in management decisions concerning capercaillie and moose. While considering regional land use planning, the primary goal for both species seems to be to secure large areas of forest, preferably at a distance from human settlement. phone: +358-919-157728 (Sirkia, Saija) saija.sirkia@helsinki.fi (Sirkia, Saija) Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki - P.O. Box 65 - FI-00014 - Helsinki - FINLAND (Sirkia, Saija) Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute - P.O. Box 2 - FI-00791 - Helsinki - FINLAND (Sirkia, Saija) Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute - P.O. Box 2 - FI-00791 - Helsinki - FINLAND (Pellikka, Jani) Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Joensuu - P.O. Box 111 - FI-80101 - Joensuu - FINLAND (Pellikka, Jani) Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute - P.O. Box 2 - FI-00791 - Helsinki - FINLAND (Linden, Harto) FINLAND Registration: 2009-07-27 Received: 2008-07-15 Revised: 2009-06-23 Accepted: 2009-07-26 ePublished: 2009-08-26

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    The Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Act 2015 provides the statutory basis for the national objective to transition to a low carbon and climate-resilient economy by 2050. Under the Act the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment must make and submit to Government a series of successive National Mitigation Plans and National Adaptation Frameworks. Ireland?s first Statutory National Adaptation Framework (NAF) was published in 2018 and sets out the national strategy to reduce the vulnerability of the country to the negative effects of climate change and to avail of any positive impacts. Twelve key sectors were identified and are required to prepare sectoral adaptation plans. The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine is responsible for three of those sectors ? Agriculture, Forest and Seafood. This Plan which covers the agriculture, forest and seafood sectors has been prepared in line with the Sectoral Planning Guidelines for Climate Change Adaptation.

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    Under the public notification system in respect of applications for grant aid for afforestation in excess of 2.5 hectares, detailed below are applications received by the Forest Service.

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    Authors: Portillo Dominguez, Andres Omar; Ayala-Rivera, Vanessa;

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a major technological revolution. Evaluating any IoT advancements comprehensively is critical to understand the conditions under which they can be more useful, as well as to assess the robustness and efficiency of IoT systems to validate them before their deployment in real life. Nevertheless, the creation of an appropriate IoT test environment is a difficult, effort-intensive, and expensive task; typically requiring a significant amount of human effort and physical hardware to build it. To tackle this problem, emulation tools to test IoT devices have been proposed. However, there is a lack of systematic approaches for evaluating IoT emulation environments. In this paper, we present a requirements-based framework to enable the systematic evaluation of the suitability of an emulated IoT environment to fulfil the requirements that secure the quality of an adequate test environment for IoT. 4th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Self-Adaptive, Collaborative, and Cyber Physical Systems (RESACS 2018), Banff, Canada, 20-24 August 2018 Science Foundation Ireland European Research Council

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    Authors: Büchler, Jan-Philipp, Prof. Dr.;

    Senior managers of two German mid-sized world market leaders in sensor electronics (ifm electronic) and mechanical engineering (GEA Group) discuss the opportunities and barriers of developing smart service innovations. The case study addresses different roles and patterns in ecosystems of multiple collaborating actors in different stages of development. The open-end discussion invites learners to evaluate the opportunities from different perspectives based on industry-specific experiences.

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    Maps accompanying Habib, Wahaj, 'A national-scale assessment of land use change in peatlands between 1989 and 2020 using Landsat data and Google Earth Engine: a case study of Ireland', Springer Nature, 2023 The maps are produced using machine learning-based image classification of Landsat (5,8) satellite remote sensing data.

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    Authors: Nzembayie, Kisito Futonge;

    Digitisation has ushered in a new era of value creation where cross border data flows generate more economic value than traditional flows of goods. The powerful new combination of digital and traditional forms of innovation has seen several new industries branded with a ‘tech’ suffix. In the education technology sector (EdTech), which is the industry context of this research, digitisation is driving double-digit growth into a projected $240 billion industry by 2021. Yet, despite its contemporary significance, the field of entrepreneurship has paid little attention to the phenomenon of digital entrepreneurship. As several scholars observe, digitisation challenges core organising axioms of entrepreneurship, with significant implications for the new venture creation process in new sectors such as EdTech. New venture creation no longer appears to follow discrete and linear models of innovation, as spatial and temporal boundaries get compressed. Given the paradigmatic shift, this study investigates three interrelated themes. Firstly, it seeks to determine how a Pure Digital Entrepreneurship (PDE) process develops over time; and more importantly, how the journey challenges extant assumptions of the entrepreneurial process. Secondly, it strives to identify and theorise the deep structures which underlie the PDE process through mechanism-based explanations. Consequently, the study also seeks to determine the causal pathways and enablers which overtly or covertly interrelate to power new venture emergence and performance. Thirdly, it aims to offer practical guidelines for nurturing the growth of PDE ventures, and for the development of supportive ecosystems. To meet the stated objectives, this study utilises an Insider Action Research (IAR) approach to inquiry, which incorporates reflective practice, collaborative inquiry and design research for third-person knowledge production. This three-pronged approach to inquiry allows for the enactment of a PDE journey in real-time, while acquiring a holistic narrative in the ‘swampy lowlands’ of new venture creation. The findings indicate that the PDE process is differentiated by the centrality of digital artifacts in new venture ideas, which in turn result in less-bounded processes that deliver temporal efficiencies – hence, the shorter new venture creation processes than in traditional forms of entrepreneurship. Further, PDE action is defined by two interrelated events – digital product development and digital growth marketing. These events are characterised by the constant forking, merging and termination of diverse activities. Secondly, concurrent enactment and piecemeal co-creation were found to be consequential mechanisms driving temporal efficiencies in digital product development. Meanwhile, data-driven operation and flexibility combine in digital growth marketing, to form higher order mechanisms which considerably reduce the levels of task-specific and outcome uncertainties. Finally, the study finds that digital growth marketing is differentiated from traditional marketing by the critical role of algorithmic agencies in their capacity as gatekeepers. Thus, unlike traditional marketing, which emphasises customer sovereignty, digital growth marketing involves a dual focus on the needs of human and algorithmic stakeholders. Based on the findings, this research develops a pragmatic model of pure digital new venture creation and suggests critical policy guidelines for nurturing the growth of PDE ventures and ecosystems.

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