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Suisun MarshEcological History and Possible Futures$
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Peter B. Moyle, Amber D. Manfree, and Peggy L. Fiedler

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780520276086

Published to California Scholarship Online: September 2014

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520276086.001.0001

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Historical Ecology

Historical Ecology

(p.9) 2 Historical Ecology
Suisun Marsh

Amber D. Manfree

University of California Press

Landscape change in Suisun Marsh is best understood as a continuum, allowing us to compare and contrast shifting influences on ecological processes. The historical record reveals differential rates and types of ecological changes in subregions of this wetland before reclamation activities such as diking and water diversion began. Underlying geomorphic processes that are obscured by contemporary management practices can inform future strategies, and a clearer picture of the biotic community can help set appropriate targets for diversity, abundance, and functionality.

Keywords:   historical ecology, landscape change, geomorphology, biotic community, diversity, abundance, functionality

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