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Entry Points for Considering Ecosystem Services within Infrastructure Planning: How to Integrate Conservation with Development in Order to Aid Them Both.

Mandle, L, Bryant, BP, Ruckelshaus, M, Geneletti, D, Kiesecker, JM, and Pfaff, A. Conservation Letters 9, no. 3 (May 2016): 221-227.
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