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Recently completed projects include a region-wide ecologically based maintenance plan for electric-transmission rights-of-way (Right-of-way Plan); a comprehensive assessment of Pinelands landscape, aquatic, and wetland integrity (Ecological-integrity Assessment); studies conducted in the four major Pinelands watersheds (Watershed Studies); a study of shallow, coastal plain lake communities (Impoundment Study); a comparison of wetland and aquatic attributes of watersheds draining active and abandoned cranberry bogs and forest land (Cranberry Study); and a study of the movements of timber rattlesnakes near a residential development (Rattlesnake Study).

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