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Global change in wilderness areas: disentangling natural and anthropogenic changes



Global change in wilderness areas: disentangling natural and anthropogenic changes



Proceedings Rocky Mountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( RMRS-P-15(Vol. 3)): 27-32



Human impacts on the earth's ecosystems are globally pervasive. Wilderness areas, although largely protected from direct human impact at local scales, nevertheless are subject to global changes in atmospheric composition, climate and biodiversity. Research in wilderness areas plays a critical role in disentangling natural and anthropogenic changes in ecosystems by providing a network of sites where local impacts are minimized relative to adjacent, more intensely managed areas.

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