How Greenways Work: A Handbook on Ecology

by Jonathan Labaree

This is a handbook for those private citizens and public officials all over America who are working to create outdoor recreation opportunities and protect wildlife and our environment by establishing corridors of open space called greenways.

Chapter 3, Fig.3: Effects of fragmentation and narrowness on interior habitat.


Labaree How Greenways Work


Published October 01, 1997

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