The National Wetland Condition Assessment 2011

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This fact sheet gives an overview of the "first national scale evaluation of the ecological condition of U.S. wetlands," both tidal and non-tidal. It is part of a larger assessment of the nation's waters called the National Aquatic Resource Surveys. Using consistent established criteria, selected wetlands were evaluated and the results were used to determine the percent of the nation's wetlands that are in good, fair, or poor condition. General problems were identified by the assessment, and current actions to address the problems are listed.

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United States. Environmental Protection Agency. 2011.

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This fact sheet gives an overview of the "first national scale evaluation of the ecological condition of U.S. wetlands," both tidal and non-tidal. It is part of a larger assessment of the nation's waters called the National Aquatic Resource Surveys. Using consistent established criteria, selected wetlands were evaluated and the results were used to determine the percent of the nation's wetlands that are in good, fair, or poor condition. General problems were identified by the assessment, and current actions to address the problems are listed.

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United States. Environmental Protection Agency. The National Wetland Condition Assessment 2011, pamphlet, 2011; Washington D. C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc949232/: accessed August 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.