Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Center for Coastal Resources Management (CCRM)
The present study investigates the functions and values of man-made and natural tidal wetlands. The study is among the first to use simultaneous sampling techniques to investigate animal use preference between man-made and adjacent natural tidal wetlands.
Wetland function, biodiversity, human impact, Created wetland
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This project was funded through the Council on the Environment Virginia Coastal Resources Management Program under grant number NAl 70Z0359-01.
Havens, K. J., Varnell, L. M., & Bradshaw, J. G. (1992) An Assessment of Wildlife Utilization between a Man-made Marsh, an Adjacent Natural Marsh, and a Nearby Natural Marsh in Virginia. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary. https://doi.org/10.21220/V5474J