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Wetland response to sedimentation and nitrogen loading

2019-9-18 · 首页> Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America> Wetland response to sedimentation and nitrogen loading: diversification and inhibition of nitrogen-fixing microbes.

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Wetland Bird Response to Habitat Composition and

2020-9-23 · The Delta of Paraná River is one of the largest wetland ecosystems in South America undergoing rapid conversion of freshwater marshes to pastures. We

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Wetland response to sedimentation and nitrogen loading

2010-10-6 · 2010 by the Ecological Society of America Wetland response to sedimentation and nitrogen loading: diversification and inhibition of nitrogen-fixing microbes S. M. MOSEMAN-VALTIERRA, 1,4 K. ARMAIZ-NOLLA,2 AND L. A. LEVIN 3 1Boston College, Biology Department, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02467 USA

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U.S. Pacific coastal wetland resilience and vulnerability

2018-2-1 · Wetland habitat response to SLR will have implications for restoration design but will be realized differently within each estuary based on current conditions and the

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Frontiers Editorial: Wetland Biogeochemistry:

2020-5-29 · Wetland ecosystems maintain a fragile balance between soil, water, plant, microbial, and atmospheric processes, which regulates water flow and water quality (Reddy and Delaune, 2008). Even minor gradients (naturally or anthropogenically induced) in hydrological and climatic parameters (e.g., wetting and drying, flooding, freezing and thawing, groundwater-surface water interactions, etc.) can

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AWF Resources America's Wetland Foundation

2019-9-26 · The America’s WETLAND Foundation provided comments in response to the Preliminary Gulf of Mexico Regional Ecosystem Restoration Strategy Report. AWF/Entergy Study: Building a Resilient Gulf Coast Mitigation and adaptation measures

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Maximizing US nitrate removal through wetland

2020-12-16 · The costs of this increase in area would be approximately 3.3 billion US dollars annually across the USA—nearly twice the cost of wetland restoration on non-agricultural, undeveloped land—but

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Wetland changes in the Amur River Basin: Differing

2021-2-15 · However, previous studies have rarely focused on wetland changes in response to anthropogenic threats and climate change due to the lack of wetland datasets. Compared to North America and Europe in the same latitudes, the Amur River Basin (ARB), the world's ninth-largest river basin, which straddles the border between Northeast China and the Russian Far East, has a unique

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Modelling Wetland Bird Response to Water Level

2006-3-4 · Abstract. Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River (LOSL) wetland bird abundance and diversity are greatly influenced by lake and river hydrology. Our study used an interdisciplinary ecosystem approach, blending avian and plant ecology, ecohydraulic, statistical ecology and modelling to evaluate potential impacts of water level fluctuations on indicator

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Response of Black Ash Wetland Gaseous Soil Carbon

2018-6-4 · The response of water tables and soil temperatures to an EAB-induced disturbance in black ash (Fraxinus nigra Marsh.) wetlands will likely alter CH4 production processes, and ultimately the amount of CH4 emitted from the soil surface. This study examines the relationship between, and the coupled response of, water table, soil

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Frontiers Editorial: Wetland Biogeochemistry:

2020-5-29 · Wetland ecosystems maintain a fragile balance between soil, water, plant, microbial, and atmospheric processes, which regulates water flow and water quality (Reddy and Delaune, 2008). Even minor gradients (naturally or anthropogenically induced) in hydrological and climatic parameters (e.g., wetting and drying, flooding, freezing and thawing, groundwater-surface water interactions, etc.) can

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Wetland response to sedimentation and nitrogen loading

2010-10-6 · 2010 by the Ecological Society of America Wetland response to sedimentation and nitrogen loading: diversification and inhibition of nitrogen-fixing microbes S. M. MOSEMAN-VALTIERRA, 1,4 K. ARMAIZ-NOLLA,2 AND L. A. LEVIN 3 1Boston College, Biology Department, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02467 USA

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U.S. Pacific coastal wetland resilience and vulnerability

2018-2-1 · We used a first-of-its-kind comprehensive scenario approach to evaluate both the vertical and horizontal response of tidal wetlands to projected changes in the rate of sea-level rise (SLR) across 14 estuaries along the Pacific coast of the continental United States. Throughout the U.S. Pacific region, we found that tidal wetlands are highly vulnerable to end-of-century submergence, with

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Response of Black Ash Wetland Gaseous Soil Carbon

2018-6-4 · Article Response of Black Ash Wetland Gaseous Soil Carbon Fluxes to a Simulated Emerald Ash Borer Infestation Matthew Van Grinsven 1,2,* ID, Joseph Shannon 2 ID, Nicholas Bolton 2, Joshua Davis 2 ID, Nam Jin Noh 2,3 ID, Joseph Wagenbrenner 2,4, Randall Kolka 5 and Thomas Pypker 6 1 Department of Earth, Environmental and Geographical Sciences, Northern Michigan University,

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WETLAND RESOURCES: Status, Trends, Ecosystem

2019-4-30 · Drainage for agriculture has been the primary cause of wetland loss to date, and as of 1985, it was estimated that 26% of the global wetland area had been drained for intensive agriculture. Of the available wetland area, 56% to 65% was drained in Europe and North America, 27% in Asia, 6% in South America, and 2% in Africa . Water diversions in

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America's WETLAND: Resource Center

America's WETLAND is the North American gateway to hundres of millions of Neotropical birds migrating to their nesting grounds each spring and back home each fall. America's WETLAND is the largest and most threatened coastal wetland ecosystem in the continental United States. America's WETLAND is 5727 square miles in size.

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Maximizing US nitrate removal through wetland

2020-12-16 · Analysis of US continental wetland inventory data combined with model simulations indicate that a spatially targeted 10% increase in wetland area could double wetland nitrogen removal.

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Modelling Wetland Bird Response to Water Level

2006-3-4 · Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River (LOSL) wetland bird abundance and diversity are greatly influenced by lake and river hydrology. Our study used an interdisciplinary ecosystem approach, blending avian and plant ecology, ecohydraulic, statistical ecology and modelling to evaluate potential impacts of water level fluctuations on indicator species representative of the wetland breeding bird

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Response of aquatic macroinvertebrate density and

2021-3-12 · Freshwater wetlands in temperate regions of eastern North America are often managed with a goal of producing a 1:1 ratio of open water to vegetated area (hereafter, half-vegetated wetland) because this ratio often results in greatest bird use and diversity (Weller and Spatcher, 1965, Weller and Fredrickson, 1973, Bishop et al., 1979, Murkin et

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Bird diversity and waterbird habitat preferences in

2019-6-6 · We focused on examining the response of wild birds to wetland restoration in Dianchi Lake, south-west China. The line transect method was performed at 26 sampling plots. Three of these were in the city, and to acquire all wild bird data 23 plots were located every 2–8 km along the shore of Dianchi Lake, between December 2011 and November 2013.

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About Us America's Wetland Foundation

The America’s WETLAND Foundation (AWF) established in Louisiana, and working throughout the Gulf region, was founded in 2002 in response to a comprehensive coastal study calling on the need to alert the nation to the devastating loss of Louisiana’s coastal wetlands and how their loss impacts the

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Frontiers Editorial: Wetland Biogeochemistry:

2020-5-29 · Wetland ecosystems maintain a fragile balance between soil, water, plant, microbial, and atmospheric processes, which regulates water flow and water quality (Reddy and Delaune, 2008). Even minor gradients (naturally or anthropogenically induced) in hydrological and climatic parameters (e.g., wetting and drying, flooding, freezing and thawing, groundwater-surface water interactions, etc.) can

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WETLAND RESOURCES: Status, Trends, Ecosystem

2019-4-30 · Drainage for agriculture has been the primary cause of wetland loss to date, and as of 1985, it was estimated that 26% of the global wetland area had been drained for intensive agriculture. Of the available wetland area, 56% to 65% was drained in Europe and North America, 27% in Asia, 6% in South America, and 2% in Africa . Water diversions in

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America's WETLAND: Resource Center

America's WETLAND is the North American gateway to hundres of millions of Neotropical birds migrating to their nesting grounds each spring and back home each fall. America's WETLAND is the largest and most threatened coastal wetland ecosystem in the continental United States. America's WETLAND is 5727 square miles in size.

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Wetlands Mapper FWS

2021-5-1 · Wetlands Mapper. The Wetlands mapper is designed to deliver easy-to-use, map like views of America’s Wetland resources. It integrates digital map data along with other resource information to produce current information on the status, extent, characteristics and functions of wetlands, riparian, and deepwater habitats.

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Modeling the rainfall-runoff response of a headwater

In the eastern temperate region of North America, treed headwater swamps are a familiar watershed feature. These low-gradient wetlands commonly exist at groundwater discharge sites and represent a link between the underlying groundwater system and the surface drainage system. In contrast to the extensive literature pertaining to the hydrologic modeling of agricultural and forest land classes

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Response of Black Ash Wetland Gaseous Soil Carbon

2018-6-4 · Article Response of Black Ash Wetland Gaseous Soil Carbon Fluxes to a Simulated Emerald Ash Borer Infestation Matthew Van Grinsven 1,2,* ID, Joseph Shannon 2 ID, Nicholas Bolton 2, Joshua Davis 2 ID, Nam Jin Noh 2,3 ID, Joseph Wagenbrenner 2,4, Randall Kolka 5 and Thomas Pypker 6 1 Department of Earth, Environmental and Geographical Sciences, Northern Michigan University,

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Plant species determine tidal wetland methane

2020-10-14 · Methane emissions from nontidal wetland ecosystems often increase in response to global change factors such as elevated atmospheric levels of CO 2,

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Wetland Fire Scar Monitoring and Its Response to

2020-7-31 · sensors Article Wetland Fire Scar Monitoring and Its Response to Changes of the Pantanal Wetland Xiaodong Li 1,2, Kaishan Song 2 and Ge Liu 2,* 1 Shandong Key Laboratory of Eco-Environmental Science for Yellow River Delta, Binzhou University, Binzhou 256603, China; [email protected]

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Status of wetlands in China: A review of extent

2017-9-1 · The wetland ecosystems are the mostly heavily used for well-being and economic development (Molur et al., 2011). More than 50% of wetlands in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand were converted during the twentieth century .

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