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value of wetlands

Christopher McKinnon

value of wetlands

by Christopher McKinnon

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Published by Rural Information Center, National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wetland ecology -- Bibliography,
  • Wetland ecology -- Directories,
  • Conservation of natural resources -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Christopher McKinnon
    SeriesRural Information Center publication series -- no. 26
    ContributionsRural Information Center (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 40 p. ;
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13615812M
    OCLC/WorldCa28660708

    The resources below provide information relating to wetland restoration, function, values, regulation, and assessment. Wetlands of West Virginia: Wetlands Work - A guide for Agricultural Landowners: Find funding sources and planners to help with your agricultural wetland questions. The origins of this book are drawn from a research project entitled WetlandLIFE: Taking the Bite Out of Wetlands, which ran from July to July , funded by the Valuing Nature Programme, supported by a number of UK Research Councils.

    The book provides a good background into the import, relevance, and classification of wetlands using the most current classification schemes in use. Additionally, the book does a good job separating the science from the history of the issue of wetland jurisdiction in the US. Content Accuracy rating: 5 The book was carefully written and edited. Genre/Form: Bibliography Directories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McKinnon, Christopher. Value of wetlands. Beltsville, Md.: Rural Information Center.

    wetlands to the extent feasible during new development, redevelopment, and stormwater management projects. New development, redevelopment, and stormwater management projects may decrease the function and value of a wetland by: • Increasing the amount of water flow discharged to a wetland. The Wild Wetlands game under the Vancouver Aquarium section features an active wetland habitat and asks you to click on the images you believe could harm the environment. For a more relaxing activity try the Wetlands Coloring Book. You choose an animal then click on the colored pencils to color in your wetland creature.


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Value of wetlands by Christopher McKinnon Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The reasons for wetland loss and deterioration implicate excessive use, land degradation, urbanization, pollution, climate change, decrease biotic diversity, and invasive species.

A wetland is an area of land that is either covered by water or saturated with water. The water is often groundwater, seeping up from an aquifer or spring. A wetland’s water can also come from a nearby river or lake.

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An EO refers to a specific location of a rare species or a rare/high-quality ecosystem type (see Natural Heritage Methodology). In that book (Mitsch and Gosselink,Mitsch and Gosselink, ) we went on to suggest a few general principles that should be remembered when attempting to estimate the value of wetlands.

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The Value of Wetlands. Every piece of wetlands provides value through social and environmental benefits (such as flood control, water quality improvements and wildlife habitat) in addition to the property’s economic value.

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