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|Main Title||Indicators for Monitoring Biological Integrity of Inland, Freshwater Wetlands: A Survey of North American Technical Literature (1990-2000).|
|Author||Adamus, P. ; Danielson, T. J. ; Gonyaw, A. ;|
|CORP Author||Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife. ;Maine Dept. of Environmental Protection, Augusta.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds.|
|Additional Subjects||Wetlands ; Fresh water ; Biological integrity ; Survey ; Technical literature ; Literature review ; Research ; Monitoring ; Data collection ;|
This document has been written for wetland managers, researchers, and monitoring specialists. For wetland managers, it serves as a resource for identifying and understanding biological impacts that could result from regulated and unregulated activities in wetlands. For researchers and monitoring specialists, it facilitates interpretation of collected data by providing a context of what we already know. In preparing this, our sole focus has been to update a literature review on the same topic sponsored and published previously by the USEPA. As such, this document is not intended as stand-alone guidance for persons wishing to learn how to develop wetland biomonitoring programs, or for persons seeking to prioritize research.