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The Southwest Alaska Inventory and Monitoring Network (SWAN) is an office of the National Park Service dedicated to providing the scientific foundation for effective, long-term protection and management of natural resources in five units of the national park system. Collectively, these units comprise approximately 9.4 million acres, 11.6 percent of the land managed by the National Park Service, or 2 percent of the Alaskan landmass, and include a diversity of geologic features, ecosystems, fish, wildlife, and climatic conditions that are equaled few places in North America.



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