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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337408332

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In .some areas, the barrier built to prevent uncontrolled movement of people across the border between the United States and Mexico consists of miles of 6-meter-tall steel beams placed four inches apart. Discuss the ecological effects of such a barrier. What types of organisms would be most adversely affected by this habitat fragmentation?

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