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Economic growth and technology have dramatically altered the socioeconomic and ecological values provided by agricultural, urban and protected landscapes. The purpose of the research is to evaluate the economic and environmental impacts of Missouri farming systems, develop land use change models for urban and rural landscapes, and evaluate alternative.
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Enclosed ecosystem experiments have gained in popularity as research tools in ecological science, particularly in the study of coastal aquatic environments. These systems provide scientists with a degree of experimental control that is.
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