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Wetlandsby Pamela Hickman
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Whether you call it a swamp, a bog, a fen, a march, a slough or a quagmire, a wetland is a remarkable world where land and water meet. Wetlands naturally filter pollution and sediment from our water, control flooding and protect stream and riverbanks from erosion. They also provide a home to many plants and animals from microscopic algae and moss to muskrats and herons. This informative book contains easy-to-follow experiments and projects so readers can learn first-hand just how important wetlands are. It's an excellent resource for home, school, nature groups and summer holidays.
Kids learn about the varieties of life found in marshes, swamps, bogs and fens and also how to set up a mini-wetland in an aquarium.
Zones humides Conservation Ouvrages pour la jeunesse. .
âEcologie des zones humides Ouvrages pour la jeunesse. .
Conservation des ressources naturelles Ouvrages pour la jeunesse.
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