Tradeoffs among Ecosystem Services in Restored Wetlands

Tradeoffs among Ecosystem Services in Restored Wetlands

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Jessop, J., Spyreas, G., Pociask, G. E., Benson, T. J., Ward, M. P, Kent, A. D. 2015. Tradeoffs among Ecosystem Services in Restored Wetlands. Biological Conservation. Elsevier, New York, NY. Volume 191. Pages 341-348

Denitrification, Ecosystem, Habitat, Management, Retention, Soils, Soil organic matter, Water quality, Wetlands, Biodiversity, Restored wetlands, Diversity

This study aimed to characterize the abiotic and biotic tradeoffs among ecosystem services in wetlands. The researchers measured a variety of ecosystem health indicators (including denitrification potential, herbaceous biomass, soil organic content, etc.) in 30 mitigation wetlands (IL, USA).

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