Wetland Engineering, Design, and Construction: State-of-the-Science and Research Needs

by Donald F. Hayes, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, Omaha, United States,
Timothy A. Crockett, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, Omaha, United States,
Michael T. Arends, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, Omaha, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Water Management in the '90s: A Time for Innovation

Abstract:

Local, state, and federal agencies, special interest groups, and individual landowners are undertaking wetland construction projects at a feverish pace to mitigate past and anticipated wetland losses. Considerable resources are being allocated to these projects. Information on engineering aspects of wetland design and construction is available; however, it is located in diverse sources and usually pertains to a specific project or wetlands. This paper summarizes the results of a project to identify and assimilate previous efforts related to wetlands engineering including efforts from these diverse fields. The paper identifies areas where the state-of-the-science is adequate and areas in which additional research is needed.



Subject Headings: Construction engineering | Wetlands (fresh water) | Sustainable development | Resource management | Federal government | Ecosystems | Construction management

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