A guide to moist-soil wetland plants of the mississippi alluvial valley

Michael L. Schummer, Heath M. Hagy, K. Sarah Fleming, Josh C. Cheshier, James T. Callicutt

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Abstract

Moist-soil wetlands are seasonally flooded areas that produce early-succession plant communities of grasses, sedges, and other herbaceous plants. Moist-soil wetland plants provide food and cover for a diversity of wildlife species, including waterfowl and other waterbirds. Thus, conservation and management of moist-soil plants has become a major component of wildlife conservation efforts in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley and elsewhere in North America. The authors combined their extensive experience working in managed and unmanaged wetlands from southern Missouri to southern Louisiana to produce this beautifully-illustrated identification guide. A detailed, yet user friendly field guide to identify moist-soil plants of the Mississippi Alluvial Valley has not been available until now. Management to encourage the growth of moist-soil plants is a common conservation strategy used by state, federal, and private landowners to increase food and cover for wildlife. Thus, landowners must be able to identify moist-soil plants to meet their wildlife conservation goals. Landowners, scientists, wildlife biologists, and students alike will welcome this useful resource which includes 600 detailed color photographs of plants, images of seeds and tubers, and other helpful information to aid in identification. The book includes subsections of major plant groups occurring in moist-soil wetlands including aquatics, grasses, broadleaves, sedges and rushes, trees and shrubs, vines, and agricultural crops.

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherUniversity Press of Mississippi
Number of pages260
ISBN (Print)9781617031465
StatePublished - Dec 1 2012

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wetland plants
Wetlands
Soil
valleys
wetland
valley
landowners
landowner
soil
wetland soils
wildlife
wildlife management
Cyperaceae
nature conservation
Poaceae
Juncaceae
grasses
grass
water birds

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  • Agricultural and Biological Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Schummer, M. L., Hagy, H. M., Fleming, K. S., Cheshier, J. C., & Callicutt, J. T. (2012). A guide to moist-soil wetland plants of the mississippi alluvial valley. University Press of Mississippi.

A guide to moist-soil wetland plants of the mississippi alluvial valley. / Schummer, Michael L.; Hagy, Heath M.; Fleming, K. Sarah; Cheshier, Josh C.; Callicutt, James T.

University Press of Mississippi, 2012. 260 p.

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Schummer, ML, Hagy, HM, Fleming, KS, Cheshier, JC & Callicutt, JT 2012, A guide to moist-soil wetland plants of the mississippi alluvial valley. University Press of Mississippi.
Schummer ML, Hagy HM, Fleming KS, Cheshier JC, Callicutt JT. A guide to moist-soil wetland plants of the mississippi alluvial valley. University Press of Mississippi, 2012. 260 p.
Schummer, Michael L. ; Hagy, Heath M. ; Fleming, K. Sarah ; Cheshier, Josh C. ; Callicutt, James T. / A guide to moist-soil wetland plants of the mississippi alluvial valley. University Press of Mississippi, 2012. 260 p.
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