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Wetland Restoration, Flood Pulsing and Disturbance Dynamics

By: Beth Middleton
388 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Wetland Restoration, Flood Pulsing and Disturbance Dynamics
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  • Wetland Restoration, Flood Pulsing and Disturbance Dynamics ISBN: 9780471292630 Hardback Feb 1999 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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About this book

Presents timely and useful research to the private sector in an area of restoration where until recently, there has been very little information. Also includes case studies from actual restoration projects.

Contents

RESTORATION AND DISTURBANCE: BACKGROUND. Disturbance Dynamics in Wetlands. DISTURBANCE DYNAMICS AND LIFE HISTORY STRATEGIES IN WETLANDS. Restoration Theory. From Seed to Adult: Missing Links in Restoration. RESTORING DISTURBANCE DYNAMICS IN WETLANDS. Restoration and Disturbance Dynamics in Restored Landscapes. Revegetation Alternatives. Case Histories. Glossary. References. Appendices. Index.

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Biography

BETH MIDDLETON, PhD, is an associate professor of Wetland Ecology in the Department of Plant Biology at Southern Illinois University.

By: Beth Middleton
388 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
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