' 1 "-LAND USE AND LANDSCAPE CHANGE IN THE COLORADO MOUNTAINS I : THEORY , SCALE

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    Residential and commercial land development quickened during the 1990s throughout the U.S. Rocky Mountains, especially in Colorado, increasing the pace and extent of regional land use and landscape change. Unlike previous booms in mining, cattle, or energy, the current development wave is driven by growth in the secondary and tertiary economies-services, recreation, and information businesses-instead of commodity production. The result is sprawling land-use conversion, mostly from agricultural… CONTINUE READING
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