Ecosystem Response to Interventions: Lessons from Restored and Created Wetland Ecosystems

Ecosystem Response to Interventions: Lessons from Restored and Created Wetland Ecosystems

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Moreno-Mateos, D., Meli, P., Vara-Rodriguez, M. I., Aronson, J. 2015. Ecosystem Response to Interventions: Lessons from Restored and Created Wetland Ecosystems. Journal of Applied Ecology. British Ecological Society. Number 52. Pages 1528-1537

Ecosystem, Management, Wetlands, Biology, Constructed wetlands, Restored wetlands, Ecological services, Marsh

This paper includes an analysis of over 620 restored and created wetlands globally in comparison with nearly 500 reference wetlands. The study evaluated the recovery trajectories of wetlands that underwent different restoration/creation approaches. The results indicate that restoration/creation approach did not significantly affect wetland recovery trajectory in most environments.

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