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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...

http://www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/pdf/fun_val.pdf
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...

http://www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/pdf/types.pdf
View Resource University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center 2007 Annual Report

Produced in partnership with the Cooperative Institute for Coastal and Estuarine Environmental Technology (CICEET), this publication contains performance data on the ability of stormwater treatment...

http://ciceet.unh.edu/unh_stormwater_report_2007/index.php
View Resource Salt Marshes in the Gulf of Maine

Salt marshes remove pollution from the water, provide food and shelter for fish and birds, protect the shoreline from erosion, and perform other valuable roles in the ecosystem. However, 75 percent...

http://www.gulfofmaine.org/saltmarsh/
View Resource Dam Removal and the Wetland Regulations

This document, available on Mass DEP's website, provides guidance for conservation commissions and the Department of Environmental Protection, as the permitting authorities, in the application of the...

http://www.mass.gov/dep/water/resources/dmpol.pdf
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