Issue Date: March/April 2004

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 GEOSTRATA, 2004, Spring, 23-25 Wetland Mitigation Consider the rationale behind wetland mitigation, that is, the creation or restoration of wetlands to compensate for wetland losses. The ultimate goal is the establishment of a natural system whose biological, chemical, and physical characteristics re-create sustainable wetland functions lost as a result of development.   The principles of “sustainability” […]

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