Validation of the Ecosystem Services of Created Wetlands: Two Decades of Plant Succession, Nutrient Retention, and Carbon Sequestration in Experimental Riverine Marshes

Validation of the Ecosystem Services of Created Wetlands: Two Decades of Plant Succession, Nutrient Retention, and Carbon Sequestration in Experimental Riverine Marshes

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Mitsch, W. J., Zhang, L., Waletzko, E., Bernal, B. 2014. Validation of the Ecosystem Services of Created Wetlands: Two Decades of Plant Succession, Nutrient Retention, and Carbon Sequestration in Experimental Riverine Marshes. Ecological Engineering. Elsevier B.V., New York, NY. Volume 72. Pages 11-24

Carbon, Nitrogen, Nutrients, Phosphorus, Vegetation, Water quality, Wetlands, Constructed wetlands

This paper presents the findings of a 20-year-long study (1994 – 2013) of two constructed, riverine wetlands in Ohio (USA). It summarizes the wetlands’ nutrient dynamics, vegetative succession, and carbon sequestration.

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