This edited volume focuses on the latest and most impactful advancements of multimedia data globally available for environmental
and earth biodiversity. The data reflects the status, behavior, change as well as human interests and concerns which are increasingly
crucial for understanding environmental issues and phenomena. This volume addresses the need for the development of advanced
methods, techniques and tools for collecting, managing, analyzing, understanding and modeling environmental & biodiversity
data, including the automated or collaborative species identification, the species distribution modeling and their environment,
such as the air quality or the bio-acoustic monitoring. Researchers and practitioners in multimedia and environmental topics
will find the chapters essential to their continued studies.