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Biodiversity and land-use history of the Palouse bioregion: pre-European to present

Study of the processes by which the conversion occurred of the Palouse bioregion from perennial native grass, shrub, and forest vegetation to agriculture and the interactions between human cultures and environment.

by Land Use History of North America Project (Sponsor); Sisk, Thomas D. (Editor); Black, Anne E.; Strand, Eva; Morgan, Penelope; Scott, J. Michael; Wright, R. Gerald; and Watson, Cortney
Related topics:
Ecology, Environmental assessment, Human impacts, Land use and land cover, Vegetation
Hydrologic units
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