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Ecological Significance
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Ecological Significance is a ranking of patches of land to illustrate their relative value within the ecosystem
of the St. Louis region. The ranking is based on criteria that includes but is not limited to:
- occurences of natural vegetation
- occurences of wildlife species
- distance from water bodies
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Ecological Signficance
- patch size of contiguous vegetation
- publicly owned land
- protected/conservation areas
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Sources: Missouri Resource Assessment Partnership,
East-West Gateway Council of Governments
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