By Jan Vymazal
Natural and built wetlands play a crucial function at the panorama and their ecological prone are hugely beneficial. actually, a few wetland varieties are considered as the most priceless ecosystems in the world. Water administration, together with flood water retention, biomass construction, carbon sequestration, wastewater remedy and biodiversity sources, are one of the most crucial ecological prone of wetlands. The ebook is aimed toward using built wetlands for wastewater remedy and for the review of assorted surroundings prone of traditional wetlands. specific realization is paid to the position and power use of wetlands at the agricultural panorama. The e-book offers up to date result of ongoing learn and the content material of the publication can be utilized by wetland scientists, researchers, engineers, designers, regulators, decision-makers, universities lecturers, panorama engineers and panorama planners in addition to through water professionals, water regulatory places of work or wastewater remedy study institutions.
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