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Product Description: The Wetland Book is a comprehensive resource aimed at supporting the trans- and multidisciplinary research and practice which is inherent to this field. Aware both that wetlands research is on the rise and that researchers and students are often working or learning across several disciplines, The Wetland Book is a readily accessible online and print reference which will be the first port of call on key concepts in wetlands science and management...read more
By Nicholas C. Davidson (contributor), Mark Everard (editor), Glenn R. Guntenspergen (editor), Robert McInnes (editor) and Beth Middleton (editor)

Hardcover:

9789048134939 | Springer Verlag, February 14, 2017, cover price $599.00 | About this edition: The Wetland Book is a comprehensive resource aimed at supporting the trans- and multidisciplinary research and practice which is inherent to this field.

Paperback:

9789400714717 | Pap/psc edition (Springer Verlag, February 14, 2017), cover price $899.00 | About this edition: The Wetland Book is a comprehensive resource aimed at supporting the trans- and multidisciplinary research and practice which is inherent to this field.

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Product Description: While it is generally accepted that flood pulsing and disturbance dynamics are critical to wetland viability, there is as yet no consensus among those responsible for wetland restoration about how best to plan for those phenomena or even whether it is really necessary to do so at all...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

Hardcover:

9780471292630 | John Wiley & Sons Inc, January 4, 1999, cover price $155.00 | About this edition: While it is generally accepted that flood pulsing and disturbance dynamics are critical to wetland viability, there is as yet no consensus among those responsible for wetland restoration about how best to plan for those phenomena or even whether it is really necessary to do so at all.

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