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June 27th, 2012
Farm-forest Mix May Keep Species Diverse

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To keep up with projected demand, farming output will need to double in the next few decades. This inconvenient fact is bad news for the environment as a whole, and biodiversity in particular. Large-scale, high-intensity agricultural production, scientists say, dramatically reduces variation between bird communities of different areas. But Stanford University scientists say there may be a way to increase agricultural land without substantially impacting biodiversity. Read More

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