Date of Award
Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
The objective of this project was to examine alternatives for monitoring, maintaining and funding of mitigated wetlands, as part of a larger project on wetland mitigation strategies. Research methods included a literature review, questionnaire, and telephone survey to determine current wetland mitigation practices. A variety of methods and techniques are presented, each with varying application for incorporation into a specific wetland mitigation strategy. Key components that came out of this study are the importance of maintaining flexibility, referring to project objectives, and planning throughout the process.
Groshart, Giselle Marie, "A Comparative Review of Wetland Mitigation Practices: Monitoring, Maintaining, and Funding Mitigated Wetlands" (2001). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1054.
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