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Community metabolism during early development of a restored wetland


Community metabolism during early development of a restored wetland



Wetlands 23(1): 35-50



ISSN/ISBN: 0277-5212

DOI: 10.1672/0277-5212(2003)023[0035:cmdedo]2.0.co;2

Productivity is an important ecological function of any natural system and may be quite high in wetlands. Restoration of productive wetlands may play a key role in re-establishing ecological function to portions of the vast areas of wetlands (roughly 86%) drained and otherwise altered in the USA over the past two centuries.

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