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Villanova Center for Resilient Water Systems Jul 11
Today on the newly-established , check out these time lapse photos from intense flash-flooding at Villanova’s Constructed Stormwater Wetland last week! The CSW performed admirably
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Steve Anderson Sep 5
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Dani Winter Aug 22
"From the perspective of a decision maker, an advantage of wetland construction is that it would significantly reduce flooding from heavy precipitation in almost every possible scenario. Wetlands are consistently effective."
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Emily Bernhardt Sep 5
I celebrated by spending the entire day updating my book chapter with new estimates of the global wetland area... the # keeps rising as we get better at identifying these saturated but not flooded wetlands
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Jason Jeandron May 9
A pair of well-known archaeological sites in neighbouring Maine (Young-Hirundo) show the importance and reliance on wetlands to the Indigenous people of the past 8,000 years....
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BirdLife Americas Jan 24
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Dr Pawel Waryszak Oct 24
That was a hard core On top of experiencing strong sediment suction Me & managed to collect few exemplary sediment cores to feature on program. Have your eyes peeled for stars on TV 😁
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Rachel Hager Sep 19
Happy !! This week is a little bittersweet as my field season comes to an end partly because of the Oct waterfowl hunt. All summer we’ve had natural noises, but this week we’ve heard gunshots, dogs barking, and folks looking for prime hunting spots!
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Lucy McMahon Oct 24
Got a little distracted at my desk and took an online quiz... I got full marks though so I guess it's productive!
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Laura 🐝 Sep 10
Tonight I'm backing up to last as I love these 2 pics. 1st features a saw 6-8. 2nd pic reminds me of 'Hinterland Who's Who ' commercials as a small child :) when life was simple. How I feel 'out there'.
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Garth Holman Sep 19
Pitch pine (Pinus rigida) bog with a dense ericaceous shrub layer, mostly black huckleberry (Gaylussacia baccata). Amid the wizened pitch pines, a couple white pines eke by too.
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Riana Gayle Sep 12
There can be no or if there’s no . I’m looking at you neighbor with the 12 sprinklers.
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Wetlands Int. Oct 17
On this , we would like to draw your attention to the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance of which the 13th COP starts upcoming Sunday. View our events at the Ramsar COP 13 here:
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Paul Julian, PhD Oct 28
Alright...put together my posts all scheduled through . If you're interested in , , and you might find it interesting 😉 Posts should arrive 10/31, ~11am EST stay tuned.
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Sci & Tech @ ECCC Oct 24
. & colleagues looked at diatoms in 12 Delta & came up with prelim data that will help researchers track changes (like acidification) resulting from things like oilsands mining.
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Paul Julian, PhD Oct 31
Happy . are typically the most underrated ecosystem compartment. A component of the soil compartment is the soil detritus or flocculent material (floc). 1/3
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Celeste De Palma Jul 11
Do you live in Florida? are SO essential to our quality of life it's not even funny and yet we're losing them by the minute. We need to restore and protect wetlands for our sake and the sake of our children.
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Polished Charles Jun 13
It’s ! This is an old video from December during our C111 project. Miss being out in the field, but i am enjoying being able to get more into the data
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Dr. Lisa Buckley 🦃 Aug 22
Spent the day looking for shorebird tracks around Bullmoose Marshes. Wetlands are important for my neo study species! Yup, that's smoke haze you see.
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Rachel Hager Aug 22
Nothing like an approaching thunderstorm with quarter-sized hail during to spur on my tech and I to do what usually takes 45 minutes in 20 minutes, while still being detail-orientated!!
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