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Colonial National Historical Park natural resource condition assessment

Colonial National Historical Park offers a vast array of cultural resources, notably the site of the first English settlement at Jamestown in 1607 and the Siege of Yorktown in 1781 that proved to be the last major campaign of the American Revolution. Four dominant habitat groupings are present within the Park, including forest, grassland, non-tidal wetland, and tidal wetland. Threats to Colonial NHP have been categorized into: internal (within the park), watershed (outside and around park boundaries), and regional (threats that impact the entire region). The combined natural resources of Colonial NHP were assessed as on the border between "degraded" and "fair", attaining 40% of desired threshold scores.

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Author(s)Lookingbill T, Bentsen CN, Carruthers TJB, Costanzo SD, Dennison WC, Doherty C, Lucier S, Madron J, Poppell E and Saxby TA
IAN Author(s)Kate Bentsen, Tim Carruthers, Simon Costanzo, Bill Dennison, Tracey Saxby
Date Published2012-06-28
TypeReport
ProjectColonial National Historical Park Natural Resource Condition Assessment
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Location(s)Colonial National Historical Park
Number of Pages156
Filesize44 MB
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