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Role of Environment in Human Health: Tools and Methodologies




Monitoring helps researchers understand the consequences of multiple environmental and anthropogenic stressors on ecosystems. An understanding of responses to these changes is important when prescribing restoration and management strategies that will enhance the sustainability of ecological systems. New tools and methodologies based on long-term data sets are developed to strengthen the capacity to assess the sustainability of ecosystems with and without restoration and protection investments. These data predict the potential consequences of disturbance events and climate change to these systems.

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