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Nature Environmental Protection, 2023, 4(1); doi: 10.38007/NEP.2023.040105.

Evaluation on Natural Protection Environment Based on Public Participation in Random Forest


Verbaarschot Ceci

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Verbaarschot Ceci

Democritus University of Thrace, Greece


With the development of economy, the importance of reducing environmental pollution and preventing unexpected environmental events to ensure life safety has become increasingly prominent. In formulating and implementing environmental protection policies and measures, it is necessary to improve people’s quality of life while ensuring ecological safety. How to deal with environmental problems is not only an important factor affecting people’s quality of life, but also an important factor affecting the development of the whole society. Many researchers have provided new ideas for the study of natural protection environment, and this paper is based on this as the research direction and research basis. This paper explored the public participation in the natural protection environment, and then carried out academic research and summary on the research of the natural protection environment and the public participation in the random forest. Then the algorithm model was established, and relevant algorithms were proposed to provide theoretical basis for the research of natural protection environment based on public participation in random forest. At the end of the article, the simulation experiment was carried out, and the experiment was summarized and discussed. It can be seen from the data table that the financial expenditure of the environmental protection department in the region has been increasing every year since 2018, and had a downward trend until 2022. Finally, selecting City K as the research object, it was concluded that the age range with the highest enthusiasm for environmental protection after use was 18-30. Most of these people were spontaneously involved in environmental protection actions. It can be seen that the adoption of random forests can accurately improve the enthusiasm of the people at all stages of environmental protection. At the same time, with the in-depth study of random forest, the research of natural protection environment with public participation is also facing new opportunities and challenges.


Natural Protection Environment, Random Forest, Public Participation, Protection Intensity

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Verbaarschot Ceci. Evaluation on Natural Protection Environment Based on Public Participation in Random Forest. Nature Environmental Protection (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 1: 39-48. https://doi.org/10.38007/NEP.2023.040105.


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