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Natural and human drivers of biodiversity in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem

This study reconstructs past interactions among ecosystem factors, native species, and human land use in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem to provide a context for future management to sustain both ecological and human communities.

by Hansen, Andrew; Gallant, Alisa L.; Rotella, Jay; Brown, Doug; and Land Use History of North America Project (Sponsor)
Related topics:
Biodiversity, Ecology, Forest ecosystems, Human impacts, Land use change, Long-term ecological monitoring, Native species, Natural resource management, Parks
Hydrologic units
Missouri Headwaters
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