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April 2019 Wetland Science & Practice

April 2019 Wetland Science & Practice

2019


Highlights:

  • The Denver Declaration on the Management and Restoration of Wetlands by C.M. Finlayson and others
  • SWS Student Grant Research Report - Initial Surface Hydrology Characteristics of Icelandic, Drained, Patchy Wetlands by Elizabeth A. Perera and Kathy L. Young
  • Introduction to Articles on Floating Wetlands by Mason Bowles
  • Reviving Urban Ecosystems with Constructed Floating Wetlands by Mason Bowles
  • Design Optimization in Floating Treatment Wetlands:  An Examination of Key Challenges and Solutions by Josh Clark
  • Adapting floating wetland design to advance performance in urban waterfronts by Christopher Streb and others
  • BioHaven Floating Islands:  Modeling and Their Role in Water Resource Recovery by Mark Reinsel
  • Potential and Problems of Floating Treatment Wetlands for Mitigating Agricultural Contaminants by Sarah A. White and others
  • Structural Floating Wetlands: Achieving Ecosystem Services in Heavily Modified Waterbodies by Galen Fulford
  • Fish Fry Lake: Perspectives from an Inventor on the Application of Created Floating Islands for Water Quality Renovation by Bruce Kania
  • Book Review - Eden Again: Hope in the Marshes of Iraq by Richard C. Smardon

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