Integrating Geographically Isolated Wetlands into Land Management Decisions

Integrating Geographically Isolated Wetlands into Land Management Decisions

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Golden, H. E., Creed, I. F., Ali, G., Basu, N. B., Neff, B. P., Lang, M. 2017. Integrating Geographically Isolated Wetlands into Land Management Decisions. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Volume 15, Number 6. 319-327

Ecosystem, Management, Watershed, Wetlands, Geomorphology, Decision-making, Connectivity, Ecological services

Wetlands surrounded by uplands, referred to as geographically isolated wetlands (GIWs), are largely poorly protected. This paper summarizes the environmental importance of GIWs and evaluates how wetland connectivity should be integrated into a watershed management context.

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