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Category: General Publications

Title: Evidence-based Conservation Systematic Review: Effectiveness of Wet Meadow Restoration Projects

Author: Allen, J.A., Ramstead, K.

Subject: Evidence-based Conservation, Meadow, Riparian

Abstract: High-elevation streamside or spring-fed wet meadows (i.e., montane meadows, riparian meadows, sedge meadows) occur in numerous locations in forests throughout the Southwest. Wet meadows are exceptionally valuable ecosystems because they provide biodiversity, critical hydrologic connectivity with adjacent upland forests, and a range of other ecosystem services.

Date: 2012

Type: Fact Sheet

Source: Ecological Restoration Institute Fact Sheet

Identifier: 2p.

Publisher: Ecological Restoration Institute/NAU

Format: PDF

Language: English