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  • This paper offers a framework for use by public and private entities who manage natural resources. It focuses on the maintenance and restoration of ecological integrity to help ensure that natural systems continue to provide intrinsic value and benefits to human communities. The ecological integrity measures assess four different attributes of natural systems: landscape features, habitat characteristics, representative and at risk species. Intact natural systems generally support a broader range of benefits to people than altered systems.
  • This paper is a the product of a series of workshops that occurred between 2011 and 2014. They were hosted by the Institute for Natural Resources - Oregon Biodiversity Information Center, U.S. Geological Survey, Defenders of Wildlife, and Nature-Serve, and attended by a wide variety of staff from resource agencies, non-profit organizations, universities and the private sector. Many of the participants reviewed and/or contributed to the content of the paper. Final editing decisions were made by the primary authors and do not necessarily reflect unanimous agreement from all parties. See page 38 for a partial list of participants and contributors.
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  • Vickerman, Sara and Kagan, James S. 2014. Assessing ecological integrity across jurisdictions and scales. Defenders of Wildlife, Institute for Natural Resources, NatureServe, Oregon Biodiversity Information Center, and U.S. Geological Survey. Portland, Oregon.
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