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William J. Mitsch is Distinguished Professor of Environment and Natural Resources and Director, Wilma H. Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Research Park, The Ohio State University.? He was the winner in 2004, with Sven Jørgensen of Denmark, of the Stockholm Water Prize and, in 2007, the Society of Wetland Scientists Lifetime Achievement Award.
James G. Gosselink is Professor Emeritus at the Center for Coast and Environment at Louisiana State University.He was awarded the Society of Wetland Scientists Lifetime Achievement Award in 1998.
Table of Contents
|Wetlands : human history, use, and science||p. 3|
|Wetland definitions||p. 25|
|Wetlands of the world||p. 43|
|Wetland hydrology||p. 107|
|Wetland biogeochemistry||p. 163|
|Biological adaptations to the wetland environment||p. 207|
|Wetland ecosystem development||p. 231|
|Wetland classification||p. 259|
|Human impacts and management of wetlands||p. 287|
|Climate change and wetlands||p. 313|
|Values and valuation of wetlands||p. 333|
|Wetland creation and restoration||p. 377|
|Treatment wetlands||p. 425|
|Wetland laws and protection||p. 469|
|Wetland losses by state in the United States|
|Contracting parties to the Ramsar Convention on wetlands|
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