Spatiotemporal Patterns and GDP in Ecological Communication

My agricultural background has significantly shaped my experiences and professional impressions of ecological communication and environmental protection. Industrial performance is frequently characterized by economic power. International and domestic time series have shown that agricultural GDP is continuously decreasing. In developed and industry-leading countries, agriculture belongs to the one(or less)-digit sector. Generally, reduced social interest is associated with agriculture and related topics. This work focused on two themes. On the one hand, non-sociological scientific metrics were considered to provide statistical evidence for trends in environmental protection. On the other hand, the importance of spatial and temporal patterns was emphasized, which are indirectly able to characterize thematic relevance, actuality and communication success.

Released: Replika 114, 171–177.