Bombing for Biodiversity : Integrating the MilitaryTraining and Environmental Values of MilitaryTraining Areas
Military training areas (MTAs) cover an estimated 2-3 percent of the Earth’s terrestrial environment, occurring in all major biomes. These areas are important supplementary sites for biodiversity conservation, with the potential to increase the global protected area network by approximately 12-15 percent if recognised for their environmental values and managed appropriately. Despite the significant area that MTAs occupy, and their potential contribution to...[Show more]
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