Conservation issues and approaches for dynamic cultural landscapes

@inproceedings{Foster2002ConservationIA,
  title={Conservation issues and approaches for dynamic cultural landscapes},
  author={David R. Foster},
  year={2002}
}
Although the details of New England’s history and current landscape conditions are unique, studies of the region underscore ecological themes that are common to many landscapes and ecosystems worldwide. In similar fashion, the region’s dynamic history raises challenges for conservationists and land managers that are shared by decision makers for any region that bears the legacies of environmental change, natural disturbance and human activity. These challenges include several basic questions. 

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