Historical maps are pretty AND useful. Catalina is using them to determine the effects of past land use on subsequent land cover change in the Carpathian Region of Europe.
Locations in and around natural areas are especially appealing for housing development. Unfortunately, this development may have undesirable consequences.
Brooke Bateman examines if fine scale weather data provides more information for modeling bird distributions than long-term climate data.
Carlos Ramirez Reyes develops a way to monitor deforestation in Mexico using satellite images from 1990 to present.
If you build it, they will come is a cliche, to say the least. In the context of parks, recreation trails, and conservation of biodiversity, Marty Pfeiffer offers a new twist on the old cliche: If...

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