Environmental change

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Environmental change is defined as a change or disturbance of the environment caused by human influences or natural ecological processes. Environmental change can include any number of things, including natural disasters, human interference, or animal interaction. Environmental change does not only encompass physical changes, but things like an infestation of invasive species is also environmental change[1] and is described in the following articles:

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  1. ^ Johnson, D.L.; Ambrose, S.H.; Bassett, T.J.; Bowen, M.L.; Crummey, D.E.; Isaacson, J.S.; Johnson, D.N.; Lamb, P.; Saul, M.; Winter-Nelson, A.E. (1997). "Meanings of environmental terms". Journal of Environmental Quality 26: 581–589. doi:10.2134/jeq1997.00472425002600030002x. 

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