Development in the Wildland-Urban Interface . By: Adam Evans. Early History. Early in the 19th century increased population in city centers lead to: . problems of quality drinking water . sanitary deficiencies . sickness and disease .
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Atkinson, Cathryn. Builder goes the bear-friendly route:
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