Linking ecosystem processes with wetland management goals: Charting a course for a sustainable future

@article{Euliss2009LinkingEP,
  title={Linking ecosystem processes with wetland management goals: Charting a course for a sustainable future},
  author={Ned H. Euliss and Loren M. Smith and Douglas A. Wilcox and Bryant A. Browne},
  journal={Wetlands},
  year={2009},
  volume={28},
  pages={553-562}
}
Wetland management in the United States has never been as challenging as in today’s highly modified landscape. Initially, wetland science and management emerged as professions in response to widespread conversion of wetlands to other uses and concerns over negative impacts on wildlife populations, especially migratory birds. Consequently, wetland management was focused on wildlife, and the initial management technique was simply to protect wetlands. However, extensive conversion of lands for… CONTINUE READING
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