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Michael Sheridan

local planning commissions). 1 These monomarcating hawthorn hedges have gradually become polymarcating. As the value of hedges for controlling livestock and marking territory declined, their value for biodiversity conservation and “sense of place

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Ariela Zycherman

global biodiversity conservation and the provision of ecosystem services ( Van Vliet et al. 2013 ). Although the Amazon is the largest tropical forest on the planet, by 2001, 11 percent of the legal Amazon had been deforested ( Barreto et al. 2006

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The Role of Naturalness in Ecological Restoration

A Case Study from the Cook County Forest Preserves

Nicole M. Evans and William P. Stewart

. New York : Oxford University Press . Willis , Kathy , and John Birks . 2006 . “ What Is Natural? The Need for a Long-Term Perspective in Biodiversity Conservation ”. Science 314 ( 5803 ): 1261 – 1265 . doi:10.1126/science.1122667 . 10

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Richard Widick and John Foran

range of purposes. And now, as knowledge of climate change and other ecological rifts—ocean acidification, collapsing biodiversity, the destruction of the water and land that supply our food—grows more certain, civil society conjures up new ecological

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Making Sense of the Human-Nature Relationship

A Reception Study of the “Nature Is Speaking” Campaign on YouTube

Ulrika Olausson

.1080/10462930802514305 . 10.1080/10462930802514305 Takacs , David . 1996 . The Idea of Biodiversity: Philosophies of Paradise . London : John Hopkins University Press . Uggla , Ylva , and Ulrika Olausson . 2013 . “ The Enrollment of Nature in Tourist Information

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Christian Hunold

”. Cultural Anthropology 25 ( 4 ): 545 – 576 . doi:10.1111/j.1548-1360.2010.01069.x . 10.1111/j.1548-1360.2010.01069.x Kowarik , Ingo . 2011 . “ Novel Urban Ecosystems, Biodiversity, and Conservation ”. Environmental Pollution 159 : 1974 – 1983 . 10

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Contact with Nature as Essential to the Human Experience

Reflections on Pandemic Confinement

Alan E. Kazdin and Pablo Vidal-González

, and David W. Macdonald . 2013 . “ Nature as a Source of Health and Well-Being: Is this an Ecosystem Service that Could Pay for Conserving Biodiversity? ” In Key Topics in Conservation Biology , Vol. 2 , ed. David W. Macdonald and Katherine J

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Law Abiding Citizens

On Popular Support for the Illegal Killing of Wolves

Olve Krange, Erica von Essen, and Ketil Skogen

The illegal killing of wildlife has significant repercussions for global biodiversity conservation ( Kurland et al. 2017 ). Not surprisingly, then, a preoccupation in the criminological literature on poaching has been the illegal wildlife trade and its

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Irida Tsevreni

Journal of Environmental Education 2 ( 1 ): 132 – 144 . Beery , Thomas , and Kari Anne Jørgensen . 2016 . “ Children in Nature: Sensory Engagement and the Experience of Biodiversity .” Environmental Education Research 24 ( 1 ): 13 – 25

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Victoria C. Ramenzoni and David Yoskowitz

included a varied collection of economic, ecological, and social attributes such as social and economic capital, economic growth and performance, life quality measures, human well-being and development, impact assessment, and pollution and biodiversity