Publisher description for Bioassessment and management of North American freshwater wetlands / edited by Russell B. Rader, Darold P. Batzer, Scott A. Wissinger.
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Wetlands are an important component of any healthy ecosystem. Managing them is a full-time job, and it involves the task of biomonitoring. This is the act of monitoring the ecosystem by analyzing several key species of flora and fauna to assess which pollutants are present, the degree of permeation, and what effects they are having on that ecosystem.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Wetland management North America, Environmental monitoring North America