Management of Aquatic Life & Wetland Habitat

Wetland habitats have a very diverse ecology that can be tricky to manage. External factors can easily alter the biological composition drastically and algal blooms can explode depending on temperature and nutrient inputs. A functioning wetland is a key part of the ecosystem that works wonders for ecological biodiversity and nutrient stripping in water. However, if improperly maintained or attended to it can quickly go from paradise to nightmare. Proper knowledge and tools at disposal are key ingredients to maintaining your wetland and reaping full benefits.

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