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Relevant Scientific Papers:

Ruddock, K., August, P. V., Damon, C., LaBash, C., Rubinoff, P., & Robadue, D. 2013. Conservation in the Context of Climate Change: Practical Guidelines for Land Protection at Local Scales. PloS one8(11), e80874.

Anderson MG, Ferree CE, 2010. Conserving the stage: Climate change and the geophysical underpinnings of species diversity. PLoS ONE 5(7): e11554. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0011554

Kintsch JA, Urban DL 2002. Focal species, community representation, and physical proxies as conservation strategies: a case study in the Amphibolite Mountains, North Carolina, U.S.A. Conservation Biology 16(4): 936-947.

Nichols, W., K. T. Killingbeck, and P. V. August. 1998. The influence of geomorphological heterogeneity on biodiversity: II. A landscape perspective.  Conservation Biology, 12:371-379.

 Burnett, M. B., P. August, J. Brown, and K. T. Killingbeck.  1998. The influence of geomorphological heterogeneity on biodiversity: I. A patch-scale perspective.  Conservation Biology, 12:363-370.

Anderson, M. 1999. Biophysical Assessment of the Northern Appalachian Ecoregion. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.