4 edition of Wetlands of the World I found in the catalog.
Wetlands of the World I
March 31, 1993 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||D.F. Whigham (Editor), D. Dykyjová (Editor), S. Hejný (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||768|
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The occurrence and description of wetlands in India with reference to those around the world is detailed in a sequential manner from local, provincial, regional, and national to global scenario in this book, "Wetlands and Lakes of the World". The book also deals with a systematic, sequential and comprehensive treatment of the Limnology (physico.
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Wetlands provide essential ecosystem services for the local plants and animals and human populations both near and far. WWF works to preserve wetlands around the world, with its efforts focused on the Ramsar Convention, an international treaty for wetlands protection.
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— Kirkus Reviews. T.M. Burton, R.W. Tiner, in Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, Global Distribution of Wetlands. Wetlands occur globally in every country, in every climate, and on every continent, except Antarctica. Global estimates of the extent of wetlands vary from million to billion ha of wetlands, including marine and freshwater wetlands.
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They provide habitat for a great number of water and land species, and are an important environment to many migratory bird species. Wetlands Around the World. Wetlands are diverse, beautiful and occur in areas around the world. Check out these famous wetlands: The Florida Everglades sit on a bed of limestone and help make clean water for different parts of the state.
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