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Photo of Robin from kitchen window. J. Amy Belaire, University of Illinois at Chicago
ID: 854
Birds Connect Urban Residents to Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

Birds can help urban residents make connections to the outdoors. Forest Service scientists surveyed urban residents and found that most of them ...

Principal Investigator : Lynne M. Westphal

Resource Management and Use
Wildlife and Fish
2015NRS
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ID: 1209
Children’s connections to nature prove to be lasting

Childhood nature experiences have lifelong positive effects. Children’s voluntary engagement with nature, as opposed to exposure through schoo ...

Principal Investigator : Lynne M. Westphal

 2017NRS
Photo of Restoration in urban areas can take several forms ' or ' View of Chicago skyline from Calumet restoration sites. Lynne Westphal, Forest Service
ID: 202
Models for Ecological Restoration in Urban Areas: Lessons From the USA and Europe

NRS researchers Paul Gobster and Lynne Westphal and a German colleague, Matthias Gross, analyzed urban restoration projects and developed severa ...

Principal Investigator : Lynne M. Westphal

Outdoor Recreation2010NRS
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ID: 1208
Resident and visitor support for urban natural areas restoration

Resident and visitor beliefs about whether a given restoration practice, such as controlled burning, is already being used at a site can be a po ...

Principal Investigator : Lynne M. Westphal

 2017NRS
Photo of An oak savannah in McHenry county. USDA Forest Service
ID: 869
Shared Principles of Ecological Restoration

Restoration is growing in application, and Forest Service scientists found a set of guiding principles in effect throughout the Chicago Wilderne ...

Principal Investigator : Lynne M. Westphal

Invasive Species
Outdoor Recreation
Resource Management and Use
2015NRS
Photo of Word cloud of North Kenwood-Oakland residents' responses to the question What three words come to mind when you hear climate change Field Museum
ID: 328
Street-Level Views of Climate Change

Forest Service researchers and partners interviewed residents of two Chicago neighborhoods about their awareness of climate change and their own ...

Principal Investigator : Lynne M. Westphal

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Invasive Species
Outdoor Recreation
2011NRS