Wetlands Research, Inc. HW

Publications

Des Plaines River Wetland Demonstration Project Water Level Fluctuation Study -March 2012

Edited by Jill A. Kostel and Donald L. Hey

Revisiting Flood Control – May 1994

An Examination of Federal Flood Control Policy in Light of the 1993 Flood Event on the Upper Mississippi River

By Nancy S. Philippi

Spending Federal Flood Control Dollars – June 1995

Three Case Studies of the 1993 Misssissippi River Floods

By Nancy S. Philippi

Technical Paper No. 1 – May 1991

Improving habitat quality for migratory waterfowl and nesting birds: Assessing the effectiveness of the Des Plaines River Wetlands Demonstration Project

By Scott C. Hickman and Vincent J. Mosca

 Technical Paper No. 2 – December 1992

Intensive Studies of Wetland Functions: 1990–1991 Research Summary of the Des Plaines River Wetlands Demonstration Project

Compiled by J. Henry Sather

Technical Paper No. 3 – February 1994

Sedge establishment studies: How age and storage conditions affect germination and viability of Carex seed

By Tony L. Bremholm and Arnold G. van der Valk

Technical Paper No. 4 – February 1994

Sedge establishment studies: How soil amendments improve growth of Carex stricta seedlings

By Tony L. Bremholm and Arnold G. van der Valk

Technical Paper No. 5 – August 1995

Development of Redoximorphic Features in Constructed Wetland Soils

By M.J. Vepraskas, S.J. Teets, J.L Richardson and J.P. Tandarich

Technical Paper No. 6 – July 1996

Effects of streambed modification on stream quality and carp in the Des Plaines River

By Richard V. Anderson

Technical Paper No. 7 – June 1999

Further study of the effects of streambed modification on stream quality and carp in the Des Plaines River

By Richard V. Anderson

Technical Paper No. 8 – January 2000

Evidence of prehistoric beaver activity in the Des Plaines River valley, Illinois

By Edwin R. Hajic, Ph.D., and Gregory R. Walz

Technical Paper No. 9-  March 2002

The continuing effectiveness of the Des Plaines River Wetlands Demonstration Project in improving habitat for migrating and nesting birds

By Scott Hickman, Ph.D., and Vincent Mosca