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Wetland Planting Guide for the Northeastern United States Plants for Wetland Creation, Restoration, and Enhancement

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By: Gwendolyn A Thunhorst
184 pages, Line illus
Wetland Planting Guide for the Northeastern United States
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  • Wetland Planting Guide for the Northeastern United States ISBN: 9781883226022 Paperback Dec 1993 Out of Print #139270
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Consolidates the information available from many different sources on wetland species from the northwestern United States. Describes plants common in this area, and aims to prevent the placement of species in areas where they cannot compete or survive. Provides guidance for wetland designers on varying the species they use both from project to project and within projects, therefore duplicating natural systems more closely.

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By: Gwendolyn A Thunhorst
184 pages, Line illus
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