Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands of North America: Ecology and Management / Edition 1

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Overview

Wetlands are crucial ecosystems that help filter a great number of toxicants out of the earth's waters. They must be managed and occasionally even built from scratch, including all of the flora and fauna that grows there. Invertebrates play a key role in the wetland food chain. This comprehensive resource is the first dedicated solely to the ecology and management of invertebrates.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471292586
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/28/1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1120
  • Product dimensions: 6.36 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 2.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
List of Contributors
1 An Introduction to Freshwater Wetlands in North America and Their Invertebrates 1
Pt. 1 Marshes and Swamps of the Southeast
2 The Florida Everglades: Natural Variability, Invertebrate Diversity, and Foodweb Stability 25
3 The Kissimmee River-Riparian Marsh Ecosystem, Florida: Seasonal Differences in Invertebrate Functional Feeding Group Relationships 55
4 Natural Flatwoods Marshes and Created Freshwater Marshes of Florida: Factors Influencing Aquatic Invertebrate Distribution and Comparisons between Natural and Created Marsh Communities 81
5 Cypress Domes in North Florida: Invertebrate Ecology and Response to Human Disturbance 105
6 The Okefenokee Swamp: Invertebrate Communities and Foodwebs 121
7 Riverine Floodplain Forests of the Southeastern United States: Invertebrates in an Aquatic-terrestrial Ecotone 137
8 Carolina Bays: Ecology of Aquatic Invertebrates and Perspectives on Conservation 167
9 Forested Limesink Wetlands of Southwest Georgia: Invertebrate Habitat and Hydrologic Variation 197
10 Beaver-Impounded Wetlands of the Southeastern Coastal Plain: Habitat-Specific Composition and Dynamics of Invertebrates 217
11 Pitcher Plant Wetlands of the Southeastern United States: Arthropod Associates 247
Pt. 2 Woodland Ponds, Peatlands, and Marshes of the North and Northeast
12 Temporary Woodland Ponds in Michigan: Invertebrate Seasonal Patterns and Trophic Relationships 279
13 Snowmelt Ponds in Wisconsin: Influence of Hydroperiod on Invertebrate Community Structure 299
14 Autumnal Woodland Pools of Western New York: Temporary Habitats That Support Permanent Water Invertebrates 319
15 Beaver Pond Wetlands in Northwestern Pennsylvania: Modes of Colonization and Succession after Drought 333
16 Riparian Sedge Meadows in Maine: A Macroinvertebrate Community Structured by River-Floodplain Interaction 363
17 Canadian Peatlands: Diversity and Habitat Specialization of the Arthropod Fauna 383
18 Pitcher Plants (Sarracenia purpurea) in Eastern Canadian Peatlands: Ecology and Conservation of the Invertebrate Inquilines 401
19 Constructed Marshes in Southeast Pennsylvania: Invertebrate Foodweb Structure 423
20 Canadian Springs: Postglacial Development of the Invertebrate Fauna 447
Pt. 3 Wetlands of the Central Prairies and Mississippi River Basin
21 Wetlands of the Prairie Pothole Region: Invertebrate Species Composition, Ecology, and Management 471
22 Prairie Wetlands of South-Central Minnesota: Effects of Drought on Invertebrate Communities 515
23 Northern Prairie Marshes (Delta Marsh, Manitoba): I. Macroinvertebrate Responses to a Simulated Wet/Dry Cycle 543
24 Northern Prairie Marshes (Delta Marsh, Manitoba): II. Chironomidae (Diptera) Responses to Changing Plant Communities in Newly Flooded Habitats 571
25 High Plains Wetlands of Southeast Wyoming: Salinity, Vegetation, and Invertebrate Communities 603
26 Playas of the Southern High Plains: The Macroinvertebrate Fauna 635
27 Urban Playas of the Southern High Plains: The Influence of Water Quality on Macroinvertebrate Diversity and Community Structure 667
28 Temporarily Flooded Wetlands of Missouri: Invertebrate Ecology and Management 691
29 Prairie Floodplain Ponds: Mechanisms Affecting Invertebrate Community Structure 711
Pt. 4 Wetlands of the Western Mountains, Deserts, and Valleys
30 Wetlands of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks: Aquatic Invertebrate Diversity and Community Structure 733
31 Subalpine Wetlands in Colorado: Habitat Permanence, Salamander Predation, and Invertebrate Communities 757
32 Tinajas of Southeastern Utah: Invertebrate Reproductive Strategies and the Habitat Templet 791
33 Spring-Formed Wetlands of the Arid West: Islands of Aquatic Invertebrate Biodiversity 811
34 Seasonal and Semipermanent Wetlands of California: Invertebrate Community Ecology and Responses to Management Methods 829
35 Agricultural Wetland Management for Conservation Goals: Invertebrates in California Ricelands 857
Pt. 5 Coastal Freshwater Wetlands
36 Tidal Freshwater Wetlands: Invertebrate Diversity, Ecology, and Functional Significance 889
37 Bayous of the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Distribution and Trophic Ecology of Invertebrates 919
38 Coastal Wetlands of the Upper Great Lakes: Distribution of Invertebrate Communities in Response to Environmental Variation 949
39 Lake Erie Coastal Wetlands: A Review and Case Study of Presque Isle Invertebrates 995
40 A Prairie Coastal Wetland (Lake Manitoba's Delta Marsh): Organization of the Invertebrate Community 1013
Pt. 6 Synthesis
41 Ecology of Wetland Invertebrates: Synthesis and Applications for Conservation and Management 1043
Subject Index 1087
Taxonomic Index 1093
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