By: ME Kentula
151 pages, Photos, figs, tabs.
&i;"Reports on a five-year study, mostly in Connecticut, Florida, and Oregon, comparing the populations of natural and created wetlands to determine whether restored wetlands can successfully replace those lost to development and other pressures. Designed to meet the needs of EPA regions and the Office of Water, but the information can be used by resource managers to inform their decisions about wetland restoration."&o; - Booknews.com
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