By: Ann Vilesis
445 pages, Photos, illus, map
Fascinating examination of the American attitude to, and use of, wetlands from colonial times to the present. Slowly and surely these once abundant features of the American landscape are receiving the attention that such an irreplaceable ecological feature deserves.
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