Understanding Wetlands: Fen, Bog and Marsh
CRC Press, 15 aug. 2003 - 316 pagina's
Wetlands are an important, and sadly diminishing, habitat in many parts of the world. They contribute significantly to the planet's biodiversity, housing thousands of species of plants and animals. Increasingly, human management is required to sustain, and even create these fragile ecosystems, while global changes in climate are also taking their t
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