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Title: Conservation of tidal marshes

Abstract

This book is the first attempt to examine collectively the various uses and the consequences of marsh conservation efforts. Author Franklin Daiber emphasizes tidal marsh conservation from a holistic perspective rather than from the perspective of a single purpose or special economic interest. He addresses a topic receiving increasing attention, namely the concept of open marsh management as a means of controlling mosquito production without harmful effects on other marsh organisms. Topics considered include: water management; dikes, impoundments, ponds and ditches; reclaimed land and impoundments; ditching and ponding for mosquito control; sewage disposal and waste treatment; dredge material for wetland restoration; insecticides; oil pollution; and petroleum hydrocarbon interactions.

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OSTI Identifier:
6392818
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OSTI ID: 6392818
Resource Type:
Book
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; MARSHES; OIL SPILLS; REMOVAL; FIRES; GRAZING; HYDROCARBONS; LAND RECLAMATION; MOSQUITOES; OIL POLLUTION CONTAINMENT; PESTICIDES; PLANTS; PONDS; REMOTE SENSING; RESOURCE CONSERVATION; RESOURCE MANAGEMENT; SEWAGE; WASTE PROCESSING; WATER RESOURCES; WEEDS; ANIMALS; AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS; ARTHROPODS; CONTAINMENT; DIPTERA; ECOSYSTEMS; INSECTS; INVERTEBRATES; MANAGEMENT; ORGANIC COMPOUNDS; PROCESSING; RESOURCES; SURFACE WATERS; WASTE MANAGEMENT; WASTES; WETLANDS 020900* -- Petroleum-- Environmental Aspects

Citation Formats

Daiber, F.C. Conservation of tidal marshes. United States: N. p., 1986. Web.
Daiber, F.C. Conservation of tidal marshes. United States.
Daiber, F.C. Wed . "Conservation of tidal marshes". United States.
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