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Precious Heritage The Status Of Biodiversity In The United States 2000
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Master and S. The geography of imperilment: Targeting conservation toward critical biodiversity areas. Stein, L. Kutner and J.
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Stoms, M. A New York Times editorial exhorted the nation to protect the rich natural heritage documented in the book. The book included an analysis of biodiversity "hotspots" and a map showing areas with particularly high concentrations of imperiled species. That hotspot map continues to influence conservation efforts, in some cases leading directly to major investments from philanthropic groups to protect land in hotspots of biodiversity. Meanwhile, Stein continues to work on new ways of using NatureServe's data.
He is currently working with the Environmental Protection Agency to develop methods for assessing the health of freshwater ecosystems. I just followed my passion and was able to create a career out of it," he said.
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