Terrestrial Ecosystems

Humans spend the great majority of their lives on land.  Thus the land has been forced to conform to human habits of disturbance and development, and has undergone many changes.  In particular, the terrestrial ecosystems of New England have been subject to high levels of disturbance and change since Europeans first colonized this land hundreds of years ago.  The following projects will provide detailed information on the history of the land of New England: Find out more about the organizations that have a say in how terrestrial ecosystems are managed on our Stakeholders page.

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