Edited By: RA Falconer and P Goodwin
290 pages, B/w illus, tabs, maps
Summarises the key components of successful wetland restoration programmes, particularly in the US and in Europe, provides an understanding of the physical, chemical and biological processes and the socio-economic aspects affecting wetlands, and shows how these are influenced by engineers, scientists and planners.
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