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Natural Environments for Urban Populations

USDA Forest Service research unit (4902) at the North Central Research Station (Evanston, IL).



"We research how urban people perceive, use, benefit from, and value natural environments across the landscape. We seek answers to resource management questions, and our findings help natural resource managers and policymakers make informed decisions in planning, designing, and managing places with people in mind. Our research focus areas are Landscape & Demographic Change, Management and Restoration of Natural Landscapes, Environmental Perceptions & Values, the Calumet Initiative, and the Fire Management Initiative.



"Staffed with social scientists with a wide range of relevant backgrounds, Natural Environments for Urban Populations is one of only a few Forest Service research work units that study the human component of natural resource management." [from website Introduction]


Natural Environments for Urban Populations

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Public Policy, Social and Cultural Impacts
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National
Keywords
Leaf characteristics, Perceptions, Landscape, Natural environment
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