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Forest harvesting impacts on forested wetland forest ecosystem function – biogeochemical cycling
The wetland ecosystem is located at the interface of the atmospheric, terrestrial and water system. It is one of the most biologically diverse ecological landscapes on earth and one of the most important environments for ...
Estimating change of amphibian wetland habitat for Painted Rock Island, Lake of the Woods, from 1952-2015 using historical aerial photography and modern satellite imagery
Amphibians are suffering from global decline due to a synergy of factors – many of which are primarily the result of anthropogenic impacts including climate change, yet they are a crucial component of a functioning ecosystem. ...
A brief review on restoration projects on Lake Superior coastal wetlands in Ontario, Canada
In recent years, human beings have done much damage to the lakes and wetlands, resulting in some irreversible effects. It is, therefore, necessary to restore and protect the remaining wetlands. The most representative ...