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Integrated approaches to long-term studies of urban ecological systemsAuthor(s): Nancy B. Grimm; J. Morgan Grove; Steward T.A. Pickett; Charles L. Redman
Source: BioScience. 50(7): 571-584.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionUrban ecological systems present multiple challenges to ecologists—pervasive human impact and extreme heterogeneity of cities, and the need to integrate social and ecological approaches, concepts, and theory.
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CitationGrimm, Nancy B.; Grove, J. Morgan; Pickett, Steward T.A.; Redman, Charles L. 2000. Integrated approaches to long-term studies of urban ecological systems. BioScience. 50(7): 571-584.
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