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Global climate change is recognized as a threat to species survival and the health of natural systems. Scientists worldwide are… Expand Introduction Basic Concepts and Terminology Chemistry Microbiology and Biochemistry Isotopes Terminology in Soil Science Units… Expand The processes that affect removal and retention of nitrogen during wastewater treatment in constructed wetlands (CWs) are… Expand Freshwater biodiversity is the over‐riding conservation priority during the International Decade for Action ‐‘Water for Life… Expand ▪ Abstract Estimates of global wetland area range from 5.3 to 12.8 million km2. About half the global wetland area has been lost… Expand To conserve and manage wetland resources, it is important to inventoryand monitor wetlands and their adjacent uplands. Satellite… Expand Abstract Wetlands have value because their functions have proved to be useful to humans. The unit value for some wetlands also… Expand Wetlands and streams buffer the interactions among uplands and adjacent aquatic systems. Phosphorus (P) is often the key nutrient… Expand Abstract : Wetlands can be classified by methods that range from the use of commonly recognized vegetation or cover types, to… Expand A qualitative model of succession in freshwater wetlands is proposed, based on the life history features of the species involved… Expand