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Older, economically troubled urban neighborhoods present multiple challenges to environmental quality. This study presents results from an initiative in Baltimore, Maryland, where water-quality improvements were rooted in a socioecological framework that highlighted the interactions between biogeophysical dynamics and social actors and institutions.

Guy W Hager , Kenneth T Belt , William Stack , Kimberly Burgess , J Morgan Grove , Bess Caplan , Mary Hardcastle , Desiree Shelley , Steward TA Pickett , and Peter M Groffman

Front Ecol Environ 2013; 11(1): 28–36, doi:10.1890/120069 (published online 11 Jan 2013)

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