Restoration of wetlands in the Midwest has the potential to significantly reduce peak river flows during floods not only now but also in the future if heavy rains continue to increase in intensity, according to a new study from Oregon State University.
Wetland restoration could also provide a small step toward a hydrologic regime in this region that more closely resembles its historic nature, before roads and cities were constructed, forests were lost and millions of acres were til
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