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USGS Southwest Biological Science Center (SBSC)

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As a unit of the USGS, the mission of the Southwest Biological Science Center (SBSC) is to provide quality scientific information needed to conserve and manage natural and biological resources, with an emphasis on the species and ecosystem of the southwestern United States. SBSC research includes water use and the effects of livestock grazing, wild land fires, invasive species, environmental contaminants, declining populations of native species, and urban development on the Southwest region. Specifically, SBSC's goals include the following: Evaluate responses of fauna and flora to natural and anthropogenic influences; Develop the biological knowledge needed to sustain and restore ecosystems; Develop tools for assessing status and trends [...]

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