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Management of experimental reserves and their relation to conservation reserves: the reserve cluster

Johnson, W.C.; Olson, J.S.; Reichle, D.E.

Nature and Resources 13(1): 8-14


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A cluster of reserves, together with fringe areas needed for future or complementary studies, can provide a wide spectrum of facilities and opportunities for research. There are two major types of reserves in the U. S.: conservation-oriented reserves and experiment-oriented reserves. The advantages each type can offer are listed, and inter-reserve compatability is discussed. An example of the reserve-cluster concept is the Appalachia Mountain Region in the southeastern U.

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