EESC W4835 Fall 2001: Wetlands and Climate Change - Additional References

 


ADDITIONAL REFERENCES:

Armentano, T. l990. Soils and ecology: tropical wetlands, in Wetlands: A Threatened Landscape, M. Williams, ed. Basil Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 115-144.

Barnes, R.S.K. The Brackish-water Fauna of Northwestern Europe. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1994

Berglund, B.E. (Editor). Handbook of Holocene Paleoecology and Paleohydrology, John Wiley & Sons, 1986.

Brinson, M.M., Swift, B.L., Plantico, R.C., and Barclay, J.S. l981. Riparian Ecosystems: their Ecology and Status. US Fish & Wildlife Svc,, Biol. Serv. Prog., FWS/OBS-81/17, Washington, D.C. l5l p.

Bubier, J.L., Moore, T.R., and Roulet, N.R. 1993. Methane emissions from wetlands in the mid-boreal region of northern Ontario, Canada. Ecology 74: 2240-2254.

Caulfield, P. l970. Everglades, Ballantine Books, Inc. NY 143 p.

Clark, J.E. l979. Fresh water wetlands: habitats for aquatic invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles, and fish. In Wetland Functions and Values: the State of our Understanding. P.E. Greeson, J.R. Clark, and J.E. Clark, Eds., American Water Wetlands Ecology and Management (SPB Academic Publishing, NY, 1992-1996) Resources Assn., Minneapolis, Minn. 33-343.

Cohen, A.D., D.J. Casagrande, M.J. Andrejko, and G.R. Best, eds., l984, The Okefenokee Swamp, Wetland Surveys, Los Alamos, NM, 709 pg.

Corps of Engineers, Wetlands Deliniation Manual

Cowardin et al., l979 Classification of Wetlands and Deepwater Habitats of the US, US Fish and Wildlife Service Publ. FWS/OBS-79/31, Washington, DC 103 p.

Crum, A. Mosses of Eastern North America, Columbia Univ. Press.

Dahl, T. E. and C.E. Johnson, l991. Wetlands Status and Trends in the Conterminous United States Mid-1970s to mid-l980s., US Dept. of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Svc, Washington, DC 28 p.

Duncan, W.H. and M.B. Duncan, The Smithsonian Guide to Seaside Plants of the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts, Smithsonian Inst. Press

Eleuterius, L.N. l981.,Tidal Marsh Plants, Ocean Springs, Miss.

Environmental Defense Fund and World Wildlife Fund, l992, How Wet is a Wetland? The impact of the Proposed Revisions to the Federal Wetlands Deliniation Manual, EDF and WWF, Washington, DC, 175 p.

Fassett, N.C. 1940. A Manual of Aquatic Plants, Univ. Wisc. Press

Faegri, K., and Iversen, J. Textbook of Pollen Analysis, Hafner Press, 1975.

Frayer,W.E., Monahan, D.C., Bowden, D.C., and Graybill, F.A. l983. Status and trends of wetlands and deepwater habitat in the conterminous US, l950s to l970s. Dept. of Forest and Wood Sciences, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, 32 p.

Gore, A.J.P. Mires: Swamp, Bog, Fen, and Moor. Ecosystems of the World. l983. Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co.

Gosselink, J.G. and Baumann, R.H. l980. Wetland inventories: wetland loss along the US coast. Z. Geomorphol. N.F. Suppl. Bd. 34: 173- 187.

Gosselink, J.G., R. Hatton, and C.S. Hopkinson, l984. Relationship of organic carbon and mineral content to bulk density in Louisiana marsh soils. Soil Science 137: 177-180.

Guthery, F.S., Pates, J.M., and F.A. Stormer. l982. Characterization of playas of the north-central Llano Estacado in Texas. 47th Am. Wild. Nat. Resource Conf. Trans. 47: 516-527.

Haworth, E.Y. and Lund, J.W. l984. Lake Sediments and Environmental History. Univ. of Minn. Press, Minneapolis, MN.

Hofstetter, R. H. l983. Wetlands in the United States. in Ecosystems of the World, vol. 4B, Mires: Swamp, Bog, Fen and Moore. A.J>P> Gore, editor, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 201-244.

Heusser, C.J. l960. Late Pleistocene Environments of North Pacific North America. Amer. Geogr. Society Special Publ. no. 35, NY.

Isleib, M.E. and B. Kessel, Birds of the North Gulf Coast - Prince William Sound Region, Alaska, Univ. of Alaska Press, l973.

Johnsen, C.W. l985. Bogs of the Northeast. Univ. Press of New England.

Meeks, G. and and L.C. Runyon. l990. Wetlands Protection and the States. National Conference of State Legislatures., Denver, Colo. 26 pg.

Milner, A.M., and Oswood, M.W. l996. Freshwaters of Alaska, Springer-Verlag, NY

Mitsch, W.J. and Ewel, K.C. l979. Comparative biomass and growth of cypress in Florida wetlands. Amer. Midland Naturalist 101: 417-426.

Mitsch, W.J. and J.G. Gosselink, Wetlands, 1986, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York

Moore, P.D. l974. Peatlands. Springer-Verlag, NY.

Nixon, S.W. and V. Lee. l985. Wetlands and water quality- a regional review of recent research in the US on the role of fresh and saltwater wetlands as sources, sinks, and transformers of nitrogen, phosphorus, and various heavy metals. Report to the Waterways Experiment Station, US Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, Miss.

Odum, W.E., T.J. Smith III, J.K. Hoover, and C.C. McIvor, l984. The Ecology of Tidal Freshwater Marshes of the United States East Coast: a Community Profile, US Fish and Wildlife Service, FWS/OBS-87/17, Washington, D.C. 177 p.

Odum, W.E. and McIvor, C.C. l990, Mangroves, in Ecosystems of Florida, R.L. Myers and J.J. Ewel, eds., Univ. of Central Florida Press, Orlando, pp. 517-548.

Oeschel, W.C. et al., 1993. Recent change of Arctic tundra ecosystems from a net carbon sink to a source. Nature 361: 520-523.

Oeschel, W.C., Global Change and Arctic Terrestrial Ecosystems,Springer-Verlag, NY

Paavilainen, E., and J. Paivanen, Peatland Forestry, 1995, Springer-Verlag, NY

Patten, B.C. Wetlands and Shallow Continental Water Bodies, Vol 1 Natural and Human Relationships, and Vol. 2, Case Studies, SPB Academic Publishing.

Redfield, A.C. l965, Ontogeny of a salt marsh estuary. Science 147: 50-55.

Redfield, A.C. l972.Development of a New England salt marsh. Ecological Monographs 42: 201-237.

Turner, R.E., Forsythe, S.W., and Craig, N.J. l981. Bottomland hardwood forest land resources of the southeastern US, in Wetlands of Bottomland Hardwood Forests, J.R. Clark and J. Benforado, eds, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 13-28.

Wetlands Ecology and Management (SPB Academic Publishing, NY, 1992-1996)

Wiegert, R.G., Christian, R.R., and Wetzel, R.L. l981. A model view of the marsh, in The Ecology of A Salt Marsh, L.R. Pomeroy and R.G. Wiegert, Eds., Springer-Verlag, NY, p. 183-218.

Wright, H.E., Coffin, B.A., and Aaseng, N.E. l992. The Patterned Peatlands of Minnesota. Univ. of Minn. Press, Minneapolis, MN.

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