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Wetland Soils Genesis, Hydrology, Landscapes, and Classification

By: Michael J Vepraskas(Editor), Christopher B Craft(Editor)
440 pages, 26 colour & 184 b/w illustrations, 58 tables
Publisher: CRC Press
Wetland Soils
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  • Wetland Soils ISBN: 9781439896983 Edition: 2 Hardback Dec 2015 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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About this book

In the U.S., both federal and state laws prevent wetlands from being filled in or drained unless permits are obtained by an agency of the federal government. Boundaries of a wetland must be identified and located in the field by examining three parameters: wetland plants, wetland hydrology, and hydric soils. Wetland Soils is written by scientists with extensive field and academic experience. This new edition is a major revision of the 2001 book, with 11 new chapters and updates throughout.

Contents

Part I
- Basic Principles of Hydric Soils
- Basic Concepts of Soil Science
- Background and History of the Concept of Hydric Soils
- Hydrology of Wetlands and Related Soils
- Redox Chemistry of Hydric Soils
- Biology of Wetland Soils
- Organic Matter Accumulation and Organic Soils
- Morphologicial Features of Seasonally Reduced Soils

Part II
- Delineating Hydric Soils for Regulatory Purposes
- History of Wetland Regulation in U.S
- Hydric Soil Field Indicators
- Delineating Hydric Soils
- Technical Standards and Monitoring Techniques
- GIS Applications

Part III
- Wetland Soil Landscapes
- Soils of the Northern Peatlands: Histosols and Gelisols
- Hydric Soil Indicators in Mollisol Landscapes
- Wetland Soils of Basins and Depressions: Glacial Terrains
- Wetland Soils of Basins and Depressions: Vernal Pools
- Hydric Soils and Wetlands in Riverine Systems
- Soils of Tidal and Fringing Wetlands
- Flatwoods and Associated Landforms of the South Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Lowlands
- Saline and Wet Soils of Wetlands in Dry Climates
- Wetlands on Flats (Coastal Plain and Planosols)
- Wetlands on Slopes

Part IV
- Wetland Functions and Restoration
- Wetland Soils and the Hydrogeomorphic Classification of Wetlands
- Assessing Conditions of Wetlands and Hydric Soils
- Impacts of Drainage and Agriculture on Wetland Soils
- Characterizing Hydrology in Altered Landscapes
- Wetland Restoration Techniques I
- Tidal Wetlands
- Wetland Restoration Techniques II
- Freshwater Wetlands

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By: Michael J Vepraskas(Editor), Christopher B Craft(Editor)
440 pages, 26 colour & 184 b/w illustrations, 58 tables
Publisher: CRC Press
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