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Urbanization continues to be a transformative process globally, affecting ecosystem integrity and the health and well being of people around the world. Although cities tend to be centers for both

Urbanization continues to be a transformative process globally, affecting ecosystem integrity and the health and well being of people around the world. Although cities tend to be centers for both the production and consumption of goods and services that degrade natural environments, there is also evidence that urban ecosystems can play a positive role in sustainability efforts.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/su7055211
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    McHale, Melissa R., Pickett, Steward T. A., Barbosa, Olga, Bunn, David N., Cadenasso, Mary L., Childers, Daniel L., Gartin, Meredith, Hess, George R., Iwaniec, David M., McPhearson, Timon, Peterson, M. Nils, Poole, Alexandria K., Rivers, Louie, III, Shutters, Shade T., & Zhou, Weiqi (2015). The New Global Urban Realm: Complex, Connected, Diffuse, and Diverse Social-Ecological Systems. SUSTAINABILITY, 7(5), 5211-5240. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su7055211

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