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We have an opportunity now that we have not had in the past 25 years to develop some comprehensive planning so that we can continue to enjoy the environmental amenities that make it so nice to live in Tucson. These

We have an opportunity now that we have not had in the past 25 years to develop some comprehensive planning so that we can continue to enjoy the environmental amenities that make it so nice to live in Tucson. These species include not only the common one that we live with on a day to day basis, but also some of the rare species that most of us are not lucky enough to see (but still care about preserving).

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Date Created
1999
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      XCPM 19.3:R 36/25
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    • SDCP reports ; 25
    • Includes: Applying the science of conservation planning to the biological element of the SDCP, by Michael Gilpin.

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