Wetlands: Overview and Targeted Investment for Restoration and Protection

Nelson E. Santiago (Editor)

Series: Environmental Research Advances
BISAC: NAT018000

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Wetlands, with a variety of physical characteristics, are found throughout the country. They are known in different regions as swamps, marshes, fens, potholes, playa lakes, or bogs. Although these places can differ greatly, they all have distinctive plant and animal assemblages because of the wetness of the soil. Some wetland areas may be continuously inundated by water, while other areas may not be flooded at all. In coastal areas, flooding may occur daily as tides rise and fall.

Recent Congresses have considered numerous policy topics that involve wetlands. Many reflect issues of long-standing interest, such as applying federal regulations on private lands, wetland loss rates, and restoration and creation accomplishments. This book provides an overview of issues with the wetlands; and provides some economic insights on targeting investments to cost effectively restore and protect wetland ecosystems.
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Preface

Wetlands: An Overview of Issues
(Claudia Copeland)

Targeting Investments To Cost Effectively Restore and Protect Wetland Ecosystems: Some Economic Insights
(LeRoy Hansen, Daniel Hellerstein, Marc Ribaudo, James Williamson, David Nulph, Charles Loesch and William Crumpton)

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