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Iowa's Declining Flora and Fauna: A Review of Changes Since 1980 and an Outlook for the Future
biodiversity, conservation, preservation, Iowa biodiversity, fragmentation, habitat, climate change, introduced species
The status of Iowa's biodiversity was first summarized at a 1980 Iowa Academy of Science (IAS) symposium that was published in The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science (Vol. 88, No. 1) in 1981. The 1980 symposium was updated in a recent IAS symposium, and the proceedings from this symposium are published, for the most part, in volume 105 of this journal. Most of the authors noted some positive trends, but, overall, species declines and habitat destruction remained a concern.
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Bernstein, Neil P.
"Iowa's Declining Flora and Fauna: A Review of Changes Since 1980 and an Outlook for the Future,"
Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science: JIAS, 105(3), 133-140.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/jias/vol105/iss3/8
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