ecological integrity

(5) Ecological integrity The term “ecological integrity” means a landscape where ecological processes are functioning to maintain the structure, composition, activity, and resilience of the landscape over time, including— (A) a complex of plant communities, habitats and conditions representative of variable and sustainable successional conditions; and (B) the maintenance of biological diversity, soil fertility, and genetic interchange.

Source

16 USC § 460nnn(5)


Scoping language

None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.
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