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wilderness loss 10% down in 20 yrs open access


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Posted 12 September 2016 - 09:31 AM

the wildlife conservation society funded  research on changes in wilderness over time  

 

 please see  http://www.wcs.org  James E M Watson  et al  CASTROPHIC DECLINES IN WILDERNESS AREAS UNDERMINE GLOBAL  ENVIRONMENTAL TARGETS  published in CURRENT BIOLOGY  NOV 7 2016

 

Well that is the date given on it and it has already been issued in September.

 

this has a substantial impact both on the areas,their wildlife and climate change 

 

if more than 1/2 of the Amazon is lost the water cycle can't operate properly


Edited by COSMIC RHINO, 12 September 2016 - 09:57 AM.

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