Managing wetlands on golf courses
John Wiley & Sons, Aug 26, 2004 - Architecture - 210 pages
The management of wetlands is often an area of uncertainty. This book instructs golf course superintendents on how to successfully manage different types of wetlands and also offers information on the fundamentals of conservation and restoration.
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Introduction to Wetlands
Conservation of Wetlands
Restoring and Creating Wetlands
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Acorus calamus alder algae Alnus American amphibians aquatic plants Audubon International Betula birds buffer bulrush canadensis cattails Cephalanthus occidentalis Chamaecyparis thyoides chemical Club coastal Common buttonbush cord grass Cornus Courtesy of Audubon created creeks Crimson-eyed rose mallow depth diversity ducks Eastern arborvitae enhanced environmental erosion estuary eutrophication exotic plants Figure fish forested wetlands Fraxinus frogs golf course golfers habitat Hibiscus moscheutos hydric soils hydrology hydrophytes insects lakes and ponds land landscape lily marshes and wet native plants natural nesting nutrients organisms Osmunda Osmunda regalis oxygen P.O. Box palustris Permits required phytozones plants and animals pools Populus Protection Quercus restoration rivers runoff saltwater cord grass season sedges sediments Sensitive fern shallow shoreline Shrub wetlands Sphagnum stream submerged surface Swamp tidal trees upland vegetation virginica water levels water quality wedand wet meadows wetland wetland areas wetland plants wildlife habitat willow Yellow skunk cabbage zone