Carbon in Natural, Cultivated, and Restored Depressional Wetlands in the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain.

@article{Fenstermacher2016CarbonIN,
  title={Carbon in Natural, Cultivated, and Restored Depressional Wetlands in the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain.},
  author={David Fenstermacher and Martin C. Rabenhorst and Megan W. Lang and Gregory W. McCarty and Brian A. Needelman},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2016},
  volume={45 2},
  pages={
          743-50
        }
}
Aerial extent of wetland ecosystems has decreased dramatically since precolonial times due to the conversion of these areas for human use. Wetlands provide various ecosystem services, and conservation efforts are being made to restore wetlands and their functions, including soil carbon storage. This Mid-Atlantic Regional USDA Wetland Conservation Effects Assessment Project study was conducted to evaluate the effects and effectiveness of wetland conservation practices along the Mid-Atlantic… CONTINUE READING
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