National Natural Landmark
The National Natural Landmark (NNL) program recognizes and encourages the conservation of outstanding examples of the natural history of the United States. It is the only natural areas program of national scope that identifies and recognizes the best examples of biological and geological features in both public and private ownership. The program was established on May 18, 1962 by United States Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall.
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... The land that became Snyder Middleswarth Natural Area was purchased by the state in 1902, as part of a larger 14,000 acre (56.66 km) parcel ... In November 1967, the park was named a National Natural Landmark, as an "outstanding example of a relict forest composed predominantly of hemlock, birch, and pine, with scattered oaks" ... both the Snyder Middleswarth and Tall Timbers Natural Areas had been established, the former as part of the state park and the latter as part of Bald ...
... State or territory Number of landmarks Number, non- duplicated Earliest declared Latest declared Image Alabama 7. 01971-10-01October 1971 01987-11-01November ...
... Natural capital is the extension of the economic notion of capital (manufactured means of production) to goods and services relating to the natural environment ... Natural capital is thus the stock of natural ecosystems that yields a flow of valuable ecosystem goods or services into the future ... Natural capital may also provide services like recycling wastes or water catchment and erosion control ...
... This is a list of National Natural Landmarks (NNL) in American Samoa. 14.3214°S 170.8432°W / -14.3214 -170.8432 (Cape Taputapu National Natural Landmark) A natural exhibit of shoreline, offshore volcanic rocks, and blowholes sculptured by heavy sea ... Pioa) National Natural Landmark) An outstanding example of gigantic plugs that created Tutuila Island Vai'ava Strait 1972 Eastern 14°14′21″S 170°40′17″W / 14.2393°S 170.6715°W / -14.23 ...
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