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The recent Millennium Ecosystem Assessment has illustrated that human actions have significantly transformed many of Earths ecosystems. The main findings describe how: humans changed ecosystems dramatically over the past 50 years, changes to ecosystem services may get worse in the next 50 years, global action at all levels can reverse the degradation, and how ecosystem degradation increases risks of sudden changes and reduces benefits for future generations.

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    NSDL,Conservation Biology,Undergraduate lower division 13-14,Learner,Research,Environmental Sciences,General public & informal education,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20090721035758357T,Middle school 6-8,Profession (degree program),Reference Material,High school lower division 9-10,Life Science,Article,Teach,Teacher,Biodiversity,NSDL_SetSpec_BEN,Wildlife science,Natural History,High school upper division 11-12,Learn,Graduate,Ecology,Range Science,Ecology, Forestry and Agriculture,Non-journal article,Continuing education,Education,Geoscience,Undergraduate upper division 15-16

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    English

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