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DC3 planes blanket housing developments in marsh areas with a mixture of diesel fuel and malathion to kill off mosquitoes.

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A situation fence between a salt marsh and a newly-constructed berm near I-80 and N. 27th St., Lincoln, NE.

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Run off from new construction in northern Lancaster County, Nebraska threatens the delicate saline wetland habitat that is home to the rare Salt Creek tiger beetle, a candidate for a federal endangered species listing.

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Run off from new construction in northern Lancaster County, Nebraska threatens the delicate saline wetland habitat that is home to the rare Salt Creek tiger beetle, a candidate for a federal endangered species listing.

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Salt marsh preserved near I-80 and N. 27th St., Lincoln, NE.

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Development creeps toward the “I-80 Fireline” — the last stand of habitat for the Salt Creek tiger beetle, a candidate for a federal endangered species listing. Run off from new construction in northern Lancaster County, Nebraska threatens the delicate saline wetland habitat.

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Run off from new construction in northern Lancaster County, Nebraska threatens the delicate saline wetland habitat that is home to the rare Salt Creek tiger beetle, a candidate for a federal endangered species listing.

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Run off from new construction in northern Lancaster County, Nebraska threatens the delicate saline wetland habitat that is home to the rare Salt Creek tiger beetle, a candidate for a federal endangered species listing.

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Run off from new construction in northern Lancaster County, Nebraska threatens the delicate saline wetland habitat that is home to the rare Salt Creek tiger beetle, a candidate for a federal endangered species listing.

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Development edges up to the shoreline at Panama City, Florida.

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Vernal pools like this one in California’s central valley are home to a number of unique species that have carved their niche in these seasonally flooded areas. Development and pollution from agricultural run off threaten the vernal pool habitat.

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Development puts tremendous pressure on the San Diego NWR.

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An aqueduct in California’s Central Valley — premier agricultural area.

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Development spreads right out coast in Orange County, CA.

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Land is prepared for housing developments in Orange County, CA.

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Roads and highways cut through the forests near Manteo, NC, where the endangered red wolf makes its home.

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Roads and highways cut through the forests near Manteo, NC, where the endangered red wolf makes its home.

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Roads and highways cut through the forests near Manteo, NC, where the endangered red wolf makes its home.

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A fisherman among a stand of trees killed by saltwater intrusion in southern Louisiana.

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Housing & commercial development crowds around one of the few remaining wetlands in San Diego, CA.

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Man-made shipping canals carved through a southern Louisiana marsh have allowed saltwater to intrude, eroding the freshwater marsh ecosystem.

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Man-made shipping canals carved through a southern Louisiana marsh have allowed saltwater to intrude, eroding the freshwater marsh ecosystem.

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Run off from new construction in northern Lancaster County, Nebraska threatens the delicate saline wetland habitat that is home to the rare Salt Creek tiger beetle, a candidate for a federal endangered species listing.

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Run off from new construction in northern Lancaster County, Nebraska threatens the delicate saline wetland habitat that is home to the rare Salt Creek tiger beetle, a candidate for a federal endangered species listing.

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Run off from new construction in northern Lancaster County, Nebraska threatens the delicate saline wetland habitat that is home to the rare Salt Creek tiger beetle, a candidate for a federal endangered species listing.

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Housing & commercial development crowds around one of the few remaining wetlands in San Diego, CA.

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A wrong turn on the narrow raised roads of Louisiana’s bayou country can prove diastrous — the Camaro’s owner watches as it sinks into the marsh.

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A high-rise condominium development at Clearwater Beach, Florida, right next to the waterline.

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DC3 planes blanket housing developments in marsh areas with a mixture of diesel fuel and malathion to kill off mosquitoes.

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