3 edition of The Future of wetlands found in the catalog.
The Future of wetlands
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Richard C. Smardon.|
|Contributions||Smardon, Richard C.|
|LC Classifications||QH75 .F87 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||78072316|
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Wetlands and Urbanization: Implications for the Future is the result of a ten year research project focused on the understanding and managing the impacts of urban stormwater on wetlands.
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The expert panelists offered their perspectives on Rapanos, the proposed rule, and the implications for the future of wetlands conservation, landowner stewardship, and wetlands program development.
Water Lands, a new book out today by Fred Pearce and Wetlands International CEO Jane Madgwick, is a superb introduction to the history and possible future of 27 of the world’s most remarkable wetlands – soggy, liminal places where water and land are never fully one thing or the other.
The book records an array of management mistakes; many wetlands have been. Read also Global Wetlands Map: Help us map the world’s wetlands KEEPING CARBON UNDER WRAPS As these global examples illustrate, and as the paper underscores, wetland management could play a major role in the future trajectory of climate change with their ability to remove huge quantities of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
The extensive atlas section, with maps showing their conservation status, is the result of a major mapping collaboration with WCMC and IUCN. Throughout the atlas, colourful feature spreads focus on wetland issues in each region.
The book concludes with positive recommendations for the future of wetland, and their conservation. wetlands cover between and million hectares (Mha) in Africa and between and Mha in Asia. Overall, scientists estimate that wetlands cover at least 6% of the world’s land area.2 In South America, the best estimate is approximately Mha.
Wetlands play a vital role in the hydrological cycle. The future of wetlands is examined, including the potential threats of global climate change and invasive species, as well as their restoration and creation. This new edition maintains the structure and style of the first, but is fully updated throughout with new chapters on invasive species, restoration/creation, global climate change, and the Reviews: 2.
Wetlands that may be accepted as ecosystems on edge because of their importance for the future have gained a crucial role to climatic change. Wetland management policies and simulations of their ability to absorb major quantities of carbon from the atmosphere as more than five times from tropical forest show an important solution in future.
The future of wetland restoration is filled with uncertainties. Water withdrawals, land conversion to agriculture, eutrophication, shoreline and waterfront development, and climate change, all driven by a growing human population, will test our ability to successfully restore wetlands in the twenty-first century.
Urbanization affects wetlands in direct and indirect ways. Over the past several decades it has become increasingly apparent that unmanaged runoff is the primary threat to the country's watershed resources.
Wetlands and Urbanization: Implications for the Future is the result of a ten year research project focused on the understanding and ma. The future of wetland restoration is filled with uncertainties.
Water withdrawals, land conversion to agriculture, eutrophication, shoreline and waterfront development, and climate change, all driven by a growing human population, will test our ability to successfully restore wetlands in the twenty-first century. future of wetlands. Other papers in this special is- sue address ecological functions and values of wet- lands and their role in adsorbing, filtering, and transforming pollutants.
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interventions controlling the development, loss and future of coastal wetlands but also provides the reader with modern approaches to geological monitoring, conservation of plant biodiversity, and experimental methods.
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