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Robert Livingston is a respected international authority on ecosystem studies of freshwater, estuarine, and marine environments. In the last two decades, aquatic pollution and programs to restore aquatic ecosystems to health have been increasingly the focus of environmental activities worldwide. This book is the final volume of a trilogy derived from 70 field-years of data from 10 different coastal systems on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Restoration of Aquatic Systems is a synthetic look at the restoration of aquatic systems, emphasizing the functional basis that supports such activities and reviewing the evidence of recovery.