9780471292586

Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands of North America : Ecology and Management

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  • ISBN13:

    9780471292586

  • ISBN10:

    0471292583

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-03-15
  • Publisher: WILEY
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Summary

Wetlands are crucial ecosystems that help filter a great number of toxicants out of the earth's waters. They must be managed and occasionally even built from scratch, including all of the flora and fauna that grows there. Invertebrates play a key role in the wetland food chain. This comprehensive resource is the first dedicated solely to the ecology and management of invertebrates.

Table of Contents

Partial table of contents:
MARSHES AND SWAMPS OF THE SOUTHEAST.
The Florida Everglades: Natural Variability, Invertebrate Diversity, and Foodweb Stability (R. Rader).
The Kissimmee River-Riparian Marsh Ecosystem, Florida: Seasonal Differences in Invertebrate Functional Feeding Group Relationships (R. Merritt, et al.).
Carolina Bays: Ecology of Aquatic Invertebrates and Perspectives on Conservation (B. Taylor, et al.).
Pitcher Plant Wetlands of the Southeastern United States: Arthropod Associates (D. Folkerts).
WOODLAND PONDS, PEATLANDS, AND MARSHES OF THE NORTH AND NORTHEAST.
Temporary Woodland Ponds in Michigan: Invertebrate Seasonal Patterns and Trophic Relationships (M. Higgins & R. Merritt).
Constructed Marshes in Southeast Pennsylvania: Invertebrate Foodweb Structure (G. Fairchild, et al.).
Canadian Springs: Postglacial Development of the Invertebrate Fauna (D. Williams & N. Williams).
WETLANDS OF THE CENTRAL PRAIRIES AND MISSISSIPPI RIVER BASIN.
Wetlands of the Prairie Pothole Region: Invertebrate Species Composition, Ecology, and Management (N. Euliss, et al.).
Prairie Wetlands of South-Central Minnesota: Effects of Drought on Invertebrate Communities (A. Hershey, et al.).
WETLANDS OF THE WESTERN MOUNTAINS, DESERTS, AND VALLEYS.
Wetlands of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks: Aquatic Invertebrate Diversity and Community Structure (W. Duffy).
Agricultural Wetland Management for Conservation Goals: Invertebrates in California Ricelands (R. O'Malley).
COASTAL FREASHWATER WETLANDS.
Tidal Freashwater Wetlands: Invertebrate Diversity, Ecology, and Functional Significance (D. Yozzo & R. Diaz).
A Prairie Coastal Wetland (Lake Manitoba's Delta Marsh): Organization of the Invertebrate Community (B. Hann).
SYNTHESIS.
Ecology of Wetland Invertebrates: Synthesis and Applications for Conservation and Management (S. Wissinger).
Indexes.

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