Second Edition. By Thomas R. Biebighauser. Center for Wetland and Stream Restoration, 2015. Reveals practices the author has used to restore over 1,800 wetlands in 22 states and two Canadian provinces. Discover how to build wetlands that look and function like natural ecosystems for a fraction of the cost of required mitigation projects. Learn how to repair wetlands that have failed, and how unattractive, constructed ponds can be transformed into beautiful, self-sustaining wetland habitats. Clear, logical step-by-step instructions explain how to design and establish naturally-appearing wetlands for wildlife and fish habitats, cleaning run-off, recharging groundwater, and preventing flooding. Over 590 detailed drawings and photographs illustrate highly effective techniques used for restoring surface and groundwater wetlands. Paperback. 186 Pages.
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