Wetland development in a previously mined landscape of East Texas, USA

@article{Hart2011WetlandDI,
  title={Wetland development in a previously mined landscape of East Texas, USA},
  author={T. Hart and S. E. Davis},
  journal={Wetlands Ecology and Management},
  year={2011},
  volume={19},
  pages={317-329}
}
We studied wetland development in a chronosequence of created wetlands in a reclaimed landscape in east Texas seasonally for 1 year. The purpose of the study was to identify features (i.e., indicators) that best reflected changes in wetland ecosystem state through time and could serve as indicators of “maturity” for bond-release. Features considered included surface water nutrients, soil nutrients, soil redox potential, vegetative biomass and diversity, and benthic invertebrate biomass and… Expand
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