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Freshwater Wetlands and Their Sustainable Future A Case Study of Trebon Basin Biosphere Reserve, Czech Republic

Series: Man and the Biosphere Volume: 28
Edited By: J Kvet, J Jenik and L Soukupova
495 pages, Bw photos, figs, tabs, maps
Freshwater Wetlands and Their Sustainable Future
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Contents covered include: the key role of wetlands, ecological consequences of fishpond management, wetlands surrounding an ancient man-made lake, mires in a marginal situation, and future prospects for wetlands.

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ForewordKey Role of Wetlands in the Biosphere ReserveFishpond Management: Ecological ConsequencesWetlands Surrounding and Ancient Human-Made LakeMires in a Marginal SituationFuture Prospects for WetlandsIndex of AuthorsIndex of SubjectsIndex of Scientific Names of Organisms

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Series: Man and the Biosphere Volume: 28
Edited By: J Kvet, J Jenik and L Soukupova
495 pages, Bw photos, figs, tabs, maps
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