By: Craig S Campbell and Michael H Ogden
270 pages, B/w photos and illus, figs
Tackles the issue from an engineering perspective but goes beyond a general survey to cover planning and aesthetic issues. Subjects covered include: how to make a constructed wetland attractive, how to design it to function as a recreational or educational facility, and how to make it function as a viable natural habitat.
This book is a valuable resource to be consulted in the early planning stages of a wetland construction project, particularly where aesthetics and social acceptance are important factors. - Theodore J. Hogan: Environmental Practice 3(1) (March, 2001)
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