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9780905347639 - Edward Maltby: Waterlogged Wealth: Why Waste the World's Wet Places? - Book
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Waterlogged Wealth: Why Waste the World's Wet Places? (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageThis book is a hardcover book not a paperbackNew book

ISBN: 9780905347639 (?) or 0905347633, in english, Earthscan, hardcover, New

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Waterlogged-Wealth~~Edward-Maltby, Waterlogged Wealth: Why Waste the World's Wet Places? hardcover
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Category: Nature>Environmental Issues>Environmental Issues
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-905347-63-3, 978-0-905347-63-9
0905347633 - Edward Maltby: Waterlogged Wealth: Why Waste the World's Wet Places? (An Earthscan paperback) - Book
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Waterlogged Wealth: Why Waste the World's Wet Places? (An Earthscan paperback) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookUsed book, not a new book.

ISBN: 0905347633 (?) or 9780905347639, in english, Agribookstore, Paperback, Used

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business and investing,conservation,natural resources,nature and ecology,popular economics,science and math,technology, Waterlogged Wealth: Why Waste the World's Wet Places, Don't drain the swamp! Man's traditional response to swamps, marshes and bogs has been to drain them. But wetlands are not wastelands. Coastal marshes are among the world's most productive ecosystems. They make many commercial fisheries possible and protect coasts from floods and storm surges. Wetlands are pollution filters, water reservoirs. They are among the last wild places on earth, offering homes to endangered plants, birds and animals. Attitudes to wetlands are changing, but not fast enough. As scientists are documenting the wealth in wet places, governments and developers are draining them, damming them, logging them and building resort hotels where, they once were. Destruction is usually a poor trade-off: well-managed wetlands in Louisiana are producing fortunes in seafood and timber. "Waterlogged Wealth" examines the value of swamps and marshes, as well as the threats against them. In doing so, it takes the reader to some of the world's most bizarre landscapes: the 'inland delta' of the Niger River in drought-stricken Mali; the wildlife-rich Okavango swamps of Botswana; and, the waterlogged Sunderban forests of India and Bangladesh, where tigers eat fish and crabs. Civilization began around wetlands; today's civilisation has good reason to leave them wet and wild. Dr Edward Maltby is a lecturer in geography at the University of Exeter(UK). He has done extensive research on wetlands both in the North (UK, US, Canada) and the South (Fiji, Jamaica, India and the Falkla
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-905347-63-3, 978-0-905347-63-9

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