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Wetlands

    Wetlands are a valuable natural resource. They support diverse wetland functions, endangered species, and a diversity of waterfowl and wildlife species. Wetlands also clean and absorb floodwaters. The EL conducts research on wetlands and uses this information to develop assessment tools and evaluation procedures that can be used by Corps Districts, the military, and the private and public sectors. Some of the research areas include: delineation and characterization, restoration, functional assessment, watershed assessments, and critical processes.
 

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