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Systems analysis of nutrient disposal in cypress wetlands and lake ecosystems in Florida.

by William J. Mitsch

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eutrophication -- Florida.,
  • Water -- Pollution.,
  • Water -- Analysis.,
  • Sewage disposal.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 421 leaves :
    Number of Pages421
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23731580M
    OCLC/WorldCa2639875

    The single most important book on wetlands, newly expanded and updated Wetlands is the definitive guide to this fragile ecosystem, providing the most comprehensive coverage and in-depth information available in print. Wetland Ecosystems Starting at $ Systems Analysis of Nutrient Disposal in Cypress Wetlands and Lake Ecosystems in. Artificial water-treatment wetlands can reduce nitrogen and phosphorous nutrient concentrations in wastewater effluent to improve water quality and decrease eutrophication in natural waters. The Orlando Easterly Wetlands (OEW) is an engineered wetland that polishes 57 million liters of wastewater per day, lowering the total nitrogen and phosphorous concentrations through biological, physical.

      In such a case, it would then be necessary to use additional control systems to decrease the nutrients at their source points before flowing into the river. Systems analysis of nutrient disposal in cypress wetlands and lake ecosystems in Florida. PhD Diss., University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Google Scholar. Mitsch, W.J. "Systems Analysis of Nutrient Disposal in Cypress Wetlands and Lake Ecosystems in Florida." PhD Dissertation. Gainesville, FL: Univ. of FL. pp. (CFW).

    A generation of ecologists, ecological engineers, land use planners, and water resource managers worldwide owe their knowledge of the wetlands to this book for the next generation to follow in their footsteps, Wetlands 5th edition is the quintessential guide to these critical systems. Depressional wetlands provide habitat for birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, and rare plant species. In order to protect, restore, and manage depressional wetlands, it is important to know more about the vegetative composition and productivity of these systems. The species composition and aboveground productivity of three seasonally flooded depressional forested wetlands were.


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