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Environment Magazine September/October 2008

July-August 2013

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Land Conservation in the Northeastern United States: An Assessment of Historic Trends and Current Conditions

Developed and developing nations around the world are struggling to balance human population pressures and development impacts with societal needs for landscape-level protection of important ecosystems and the services they provide. In the northeastern United States—one of the most densely populated regions of North America—20% of the land area is in conserved land status, much of which has been protected over the last quarter century.

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