Inventory of Permanent Water Habitat Significant to Waterfowl in Michigan: Report
Region III, Fish and Wildlife Service, 1956 - Hydrology - 20 pages
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Contribution of Wetland Types to Wildlife Other Than Waterfowl
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acres agricultural Appendix association numbers blue-winged teal Cattail clay loams conifers deep fresh marsh Department of Conservation different wetland types drained East Lansing farm Fish and Wildlife fowl value Fresh Meadow future drainage grazing or forestry H H H high waterfowl value important labradortea lake bed plain Land subject Large numbers Leatherleaf limited low waterfowl value Lower Peninsula M-l-bcd M-l-bcd MICHIGAN BY ZONES Michigan Department Michigan State College MICHIGAN WETLAND migration moderate muskrats Nord U.S. Fish number of wetlands Open Fresh Water over-all value parent material Photo PINE PLAINS region River Basin Studies sandy loams Seney shallow fresh marsh shrub swamp silt loams soil associations Soil Conservation Service Soils predominantly spikerush square miles Suited for Cultivation timber transects TYPES IN MICHIGAN value to waterfowl VIII Bog water areas waterfowl habitat waterfowl utilization waterlogged wetland areas WETLAND ZONES wetlands in Michigan Wildlife Service April Wooded swamps Zone B Zone