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The Wicked Problem of Urban Biodiversity, pt 1 By Steven Snell – Planetizen – January 6, 2014 Biodiversity can be defined as the variety of habitats in a given area. It encompasses all living organisms, from birds, animals, insects and … Continue reading

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Study: Loss of wetland biodiversity increases disease risk in frogs By Natalie Van Hoose – – December 3, 2013 Amphibians in species-poor wetlands have a higher risk of becoming infected with a virulent parasite than those in wetlands with … Continue reading

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It’s vacation time and the Association of State Wetland Managers’ main office is located in Vacationland otherwise known as the great State of Maine.  This is the time of year that Maine residents are suddenly contacted by long-lost relatives in … Continue reading

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“Without your community and your family you would not be happy Without nature you would not be alive” Pavan Sukhdev, The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) Study Leader Last week a report was published through the United Nations Environment Program … Continue reading

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