qWetland Habitats of North America is essential reading for everyone who studies, manages, or visits North American wetlands. It fills an important void in the wetland literature, providing accessible and succinct descriptions of all of the continent's major wetland types.q Arnold van der Valk, Iowa State University qBatzer and Baldwin have compiled the most comprehensive compendium of North American wetland habitats and their ecology that is presently available--a must for wetland scientists and managers.q Irving A. Mendelssohn, Louisiana State University qIf you want to gain a broad understanding of the ecology of North America's diverse wetlands, Wetland Habitats of North America is the book for you. Darold Batzer and Andrew Baldwin have assembled an impressive group of regional wetland scientists who have produced a virtual encyclopedia to the continent's wetlands. Reading the book is like a road trip across the Americas with guided tours of major wetland types by local experts. Your first stop will be to coastal wetlands with eight chapters covering tidal wetlands along the Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific coasts. Then you'll travel inland where you can visit any or all of 18 types ranging from bottomland swamps of the Southeast to pothole marshes of the Northern Prairies to montane wetlands of the Rockies to tropical swamps of Central America and desert springs wetlands. All in one book--I'm impressed! Every wetlander should add this book to her or his swampland library. Ralph Tiner, University of Massachusetts-Amherstnipennis (coleoptera: Buprestidae) (poland and Mccullough 2006). this beetle, introduced into Michigan in 2002, is now established ... counties scattered across Illinois, Maryland, pennsylvania, and New York (www.emeraldashborer.info/files/ MultiState_ eaBpos.pdf). ... Black ash plant guide. washington, dc: Usda Natural resources conservation service. ... 2003. ecophysiology of Acer rubrum seedlings from contrasting hydrologic habitats: growth, gas exchange, tissue water relations , anbsp;...
|Title||:||Wetland Habitats of North America|
|Author||:||Darold P. Batzer, Andrew H. Baldwin|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 2012|