Fifth Edition. By William J. Mitsch and James G. Gosselink. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2015. This book is referred to as the ”wetlands bible!” Nineteen chapters include wetlands: human use and science; wetland definitions; wetlands of the world; wetland hydrology; wetland soils; wetland biogeochemistry; wetland vegetation and succession; tidal marshes; mangrove swamps; freshwater marshes; freshwater swamps and riparian ecosystems; peatlands; wetland classification; human impacts and management of wetlands; wetland laws and protection; wetland ecosystem services; wetlands and climate change; wetland creation and restoration; and wetlands and water quality. Appendices, Glossary, Reference and Index are also included. Hardcover. 744 Pages.
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