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Landscape Linkages and Biodiversity

Edited By: WE Hudson
224 pages, Figs.
Publisher: Island Press
Landscape Linkages and Biodiversity
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A group of experts discuss biological diversity conservation, with a focus on the need for protecting large areas of the most diverse ecosystems. They examine the strategy of landscape linkages, which calls for creating land corridors to connect these diverse areas.

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Edited By: WE Hudson
224 pages, Figs.
Publisher: Island Press
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