Indicators for Monitoring Biological Integrity of Inland, Freshwater Wetlands : A Survey of North American Technical Literature (1990-2000) Public Deposited

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  • Potentially relevant literature for the years 1990-1999 was identified by (a) conducting keyword searches of computerized bibliographic databases, especially CAB Abstracts and Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts, (b) reading through the tables of contents of a few especially relevant journals, (c) searching the internet for pertinent bibliographies, and (d) to a lesser extent, reviewing articles listed in these bibliographies and in the literature cited sections of relevant journal articles and books. Information and references from the parallel review of wetland biological studies specifically from Florida, prepared for the US EPA by Steve Doherty and others, were selectively incorporated.
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  • Adamus, P.R., T.J. Danielson, and A. Gonyaw. 2001. Indicators for Monitoring Biological Integrity of Inland Freshwater Wetlands: A Survey of North American Technical Literature (1990-2000). Office of Water, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. EPA843-R-01.
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