Denitrification in Soils of Hydrologically Restored Wetlands Relative to Natural and Converted Wetlands in the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain of the USA

Denitrification in Soils of Hydrologically Restored Wetlands Relative to Natural and Converted Wetlands in the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain of the USA

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Hunt, P. G., Miller, J. O., Lang, M. W., Szogi, A. A., McCarty, G. 2014. Denitrification in Soils of Hydrologically Restored Wetlands Relative to Natural and Converted Wetlands in the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain of the USA. Ecological Engineering. Elsevier B.V. Number 71. Pages 438-447

Coastal, Denitrification, Hydrology, Monitoring, Nitrogen, Nutrients, Soils, Wetlands, Sampling, Restored wetlands, Natural wetlands

This study sampled nearly 50 wetland sites (natural, converted, and hydrologically restored wetlands) in Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia (U.S.), each sampled at 4 landscape elevations over a 3-year monitoring period. The results indicate that hydrologically restored wetlands are more similar to natural wetlands than converted wetlands.

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