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View Resource Hypoxia & Wetlands Restoration

Hypoxia is the condition in which dissolved oxygen is below the level necessary to sustain most animal life. For many members of an aquatic community, hypoxia is like drowning, because life-giving...
View Resource Teaching about Wetlands

Many children and adults do not know what a wetland really is, so that?s the place to start. Although wetlands are often wet, a wetland might not be wet year-round. In fact, many wetlands are only s...
View Resource Threats to Wetlands

More than 220 million acres of wetlands are thought to have existed in the lower 48 states in the 1600s. Since then extensive losses have occurred, and more than half of our original wetlands have...
View Resource Types of Wetlands

Do you think all wetlands are the same? Think again. Each wetland differs due to variations in soils, landscape, climate, water regime and chemistry, vegetation, and human disturbance. Below are...
View Resource Functions and Values of Wetlands

Long regarded as wastelands, wetlands are now recognized as important features in the landscape that provide numerous beneficial services for people and for fish and wildlife. Some of these services...
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