Managing wetlands on golf courses

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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.

  • Covers general information about wetlands as well as the fundamental practices in restoration and conservation
  • Discusses seven types of wetlands with regard to management
  • Case studies provide a look at golf courses that currently manage wetlands successfully
  • Includes over fifty photographs providing a rich visual resource
  • Appendices provide contact and regulatory information about wetland management, creation and restoration

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Contents

Introduction to Wetlands
1
Conservation of Wetlands
13
Restoring and Creating Wetlands
36
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About the author (2004)

GARY LIBBY is an ecologist with EcoTech, Inc., of Frankfort, Kentucky.
DONALD F. HARKER is cofounder and President of Communities by Choice, in Bend, Oregon, an organization dedicated to advancing sustainable community development.
KAY HARKER is manager of The Planning and Program Coordination branch of the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection.
JEAN MACKAY is director of educational programs at Audubon International, an environmental organization in Selkirk, New York.

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