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Physical, chemical, and biological connections between a headwater wetland complex and downstream waters, U.S. v. D. Donovan, No. 96-484

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

To assist with a legal decision regarding the jurisdictional determination of a wetland dredge and fill permit, Stroud Water Research scientists studied and characterized the hydrological, chemical, and biological linkages between a wetland complex and a downstream estuary.

Funded by: US Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division

Principal Investigator: Louis A. Kaplan

Collaborators: Bernard W. Sweeney, David B. Arscott, Anthony K. Aufdenkampe, Thomas L. Bott, William H. Eldridge, John K. Jackson, J. Denis Newbold

Project Year: 2009

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