• Geology
  • Published 2018

Ecohydrology of Natural and Restored Wetlands in a Glacial Plain

@inproceedings{Hwang2018EcohydrologyON,
  title={Ecohydrology of Natural and Restored Wetlands in a Glacial Plain},
  author={Kyotaek Hwang},
  year={2018}
}
More than half of wetland area in the U.S. have been converted to other land use types for agricultural use and development. Limited understanding of ecological services provided to society by wetlands is another reason for the massive wetland loss in the past. Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and the 1989 federal mandate of “no net wetland loss” supported increased efforts for wetland restoration and creation to compensate for two centuries of ecosystem degradation. Hydrology is a critical… CONTINUE READING

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