Public Lands, Public Data: Making Sense of Climate Change

Public lands make up nearly a third of the United States, and an even higher percentage of Alaska and the American West. They range from national parks and open rangelands to coastal waters, and serve a myriad of purposes from wildlife protection to energy production.

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Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

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