A methodology for evaluating the sustainability of inland wetland systems

  title={A methodology for evaluating the sustainability of inland wetland systems},
  author={A. Moctezuma-Malag{\'o}n and C. E. Gonz{\'a}lez-Esquivel and G. De la Lanza-Espino and C. Gonz{\'a}lez-Rebeles Islas},
  journal={Aquaculture International},
Sustainable development is a process in which present and future human needs can be satisfied without degrading the socio-environmental systems that they rely upon. Inland wetlands are diverse ecosystems that provide numerous goods and services. Current wetland evaluation methodologies include inventories, monitoring of hydrological and climatic variables, population dynamic studies, mechanistic models, the use of geographical information systems, and measuring of biotic indices. Sustainability… CONTINUE READING
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