Hydrologic , Edaphic , and Vegetative Responses to Microtopographic Reestablishment in a Restored Wetland

@inproceedings{Bruland2005HydrologicE,
  title={Hydrologic , Edaphic , and Vegetative Responses to Microtopographic Reestablishment in a Restored Wetland},
  author={G. L. Bruland and Curtis J Richardson},
  year={2005}
}
Microtopography is a characteristic feature of many natural wetlands that is commonly lacking in restored wetlands (RWs). Consequently, it has been suggested that microtopography must be reestablished in RWs to accelerate the development of wetland function. The objective of this research was to examine responses of hydrology, soils, and vegetation to microtopographic reestablishment at a 3-year-old RW site in North Carolina. Microtopography was reestablished by configuring hummocks (mounds… CONTINUE READING
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