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|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 ...
|Resource Management and Use|
Wildlife and Fish
|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 ...
|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 ...
|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 ...
|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 ...
Resource Management and Use
|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 ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels|