Tidal wetlands in New York state

June 1997
New York State Conservationist;Jun97, Vol. 51 Issue 6, Wild in New York p4
Features tidal wetlands in New York. Variety of habitats found in tidal wetlands; Importance to tidal wetlands to wildlife; Effects of ditching for mosquito control to tidal wetlands; Measures to protect tidal wetlands.


Related Articles

  • The wonder of wetlands.  // Current Health 1;Nov93, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p14 

    Describes the features and environmental importance of wetlands. Wetlands as source of life; Kinds of wetlands; Support for the growth of plants and sustenance of animals; Wetland plants' ability to change harmful chemicals into useful ones; Habitat of wildlife species; Smell of plant decay as...

  • Six strategies for rehabilitating land disturbed by oil development in Arctic Alaska Jorgenson, M. Torre; Joyce, Michael R. // Arctic;Dec1994, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p374 

    No abstract available.

  • Vermont wetlands set aside for protection. Scott, Mark E. // Outdoor Life;Aug92, Vol. 190 Issue 2, p9 

    Reports that two valuable Vermont wetlands along the lower Winooski River--Derway Island and Half Moon Cove--have been permanently set aside to protect valuable habitat for fish and wildlife. Details on both locations.

  • MARSH project a first in Massachusetts. Giddings, Ted // Outdoor Life;Apr93, Vol. 191 Issue 4, p14 

    Reports on the Pantry Brook MARSH (Matching Aid to Restore States' Habitat) project which was undertaken in Sudbury, Masssachusetts. MARSH is a matching program of the state division of fisheries and wildlife and Ducks Unlimited. Specifics on the program.

  • Wet bits. Holtzen, Ellen // Ranger Rick;Apr96, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p13 

    Provides information about wetlands. Slow decay of dead things in a bog; Wetlands in Alaska accounting for two-thirds that of the United States; Length of time wetlands are covered with water; Cities in the US built where wetlands used to be; Number of wetlands from Delaware to Florida that...

  • What's a wetland?  // Ranger Rick;Apr96, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p22 

    Presents questions and answers about wetlands. Three major groups of wetlands include swamps, marshes, and bogs; Where to find wetlands.

  • Wetlands treatment: Getting close to nature. Gillette, Becky // BioCycle;Oct96, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p74 

    Reports that a simulated wetland provides tertiary wastewater treatment in Orlando, Florida. Availability of 17 cells with three types of plant communities; Capacity to treat 20 million gallons of water daily; Maintenance of facility. INSET: Growing pains for marshland systems..

  • Muddy waters. Miniter, Richard // Policy Review;Spring91, Issue 56, p70 

    Focuses on wetlands regulations in the United States. Legal provisions; Purpose of the Clean Water Act; Dumping grounds; Impact of wetlands regulations on Alaska; Benefits of draining.

  • Wetlands: Your boon, not your doom.  // Pit & Quarry;Jan96, Vol. 88 Issue 7, p36 

    Focuses on how to create wetlands as part of a reclamation of an aggregate mining site, based on information contributed by noted wetlands ecologist Loverna Wilson. Author's reflection on the beauty of wetlands; Water needed to convert pits to wetlands; Introducing plant materials from another...

  • Wetlands in chaos. Boyles-Sprenkel, Carolee // American Forests;Jul/Aug92, Vol. 98 Issue 7/8, p17 

    Discusses how wetlands, offspring of the primordial ooze, are the wellspring of much of our economic and aesthetic health--and we can't even figure out how to define them, much less preserve them. Flatwoods cover millions of acres of the southeastern coastal plain, from the Carolinas to Texas;...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics