From salamanders to greenhouse gases: does upland management affect wetland functions?

@article{Jones2018FromST,
  title={From salamanders to greenhouse gases: does upland management affect wetland functions?},
  author={C. D. Jones and D. Mclaughlin and Kevin A. Henson and C. Haas and D. Kaplan},
  journal={Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={16},
  pages={14-19}
}
Although the effects of forest management on watershed hydrology are well recognized, little is known about how upland management affects the hydrology and functions of wetlands embedded within upland forests (hereafter, embedded wetlands). We simulated the effects of upland tree basal area (ie total crosssectional area of trees per land area) and different upland management approaches on wetland hydrological, biogeochemical, and habitat functions. Increases in upland basal area and associated… Expand
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