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云南快乐十分y走势图:Reply to Wampler et al.: Deforestation and biodiversity loss should not be sugarcoated
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We determined that Haiti has less than 1% of its original primary (virgin) forest and will likely lose it all in the next two decades at the current rate (1). We focused on primary forest because of its close connection with species survival (2). The letter by Wampler et al. (3) mostly discusses peripheral issues not bearing on our conclusions, such as the extent and classification of forest in Haiti that is not primary forest and perceptions by policymakers. We disagree on all points, especially their suggestion that alarming conclusions should have a positive spin.
In our analysis, we mapped the entire country and did not do a “national extrapolation” as …
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