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COMPENSATING FOR WETLAND LOSSES UNDER THE CLEAN WATER ACT
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Craft, C.B., S.W.Broome, and E.D.Seneca. 1988. Nitrogen, phosphorus and organic carbon pools in natural and transplanted marsh soils. Estuaries 11(4):272–289.
Erwin, K.L. 1991. An Evaluation of Wetland Mitigation in the South Florida. Water Management District, Vol. 1. Methodology. West Palm Beach, FL: South Florida Water Management District.
Galatowitsch, S.M., and A.G.van der Valk. 1996. Characteristics of Recently Restored Wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region. Wetlands 16(1):75–83.
Haltiner, J., J.B.Zedler, K.E.Boyer, G.D.Williams, and J.C.Callaway. 1997. Influence of physical processes on the design, functioning and evolution of restored tidal wetlands in California (USA). Wetlands Ecol. Manage. 4(2):73–91.
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Minello, T.J., and R.J.Zimmerman. 1992. Utilization of natural and transplanted Texas salt marshes by fish and decapod crustaceans. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 90(3):273–285.
Sacco, J.N., E.D.Seneca, and T.R.Wentworth. 1994. Infaunal community development of artificially established salt marshes in North Carolina. Estuaries 17(2):489–500.
Seneca, E.D., L.M.Stroud, U.Blum, and G.R.Noggle. 1976. An Analysis of the Effects of the Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant on the Productivity of Spartina alterniflora (smooth cordgrass) in the Dutchman Creek, Oak Island, Snow's Marsh, and Walden Creek Marshes, Brunswick County, North Carolina, 1975–1976. 3rd Annual Report to Carolina Power and Light. Raleigh, NC: Carolina Power and Light Com.
Shaffer, P.W., and T.Ernst. 1999. Distribution of soil organic matter in freshwater emergent open water wetlands in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area. Wetlands 19(3):505– 516.
Streever, W.J., K.M.Portier, and T.L.Crisman. 1996. A comparison of dipterans from ten created and ten natural wetlands Wetlands 16(4):416–428.
Sudol, M.F. 1996. Success of Riparian Mitigation as Compensation for Impacts Due to Permits Issued Through Section 404 of the Clean Water Act in Orange County, California. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of California, Los Angeles.
Wilson, R.F., and W.J.Mitsch. 1996. Functional assessment of five wetlands constructed to mitigate wetland losses in Ohio. Wetlands 16(4):436–451.