Mark W. Clark
Wetland Biogeochemistry Laboratory
Wetland Extension Program
DEPARTMENTAL RESEARCH AREAS
Soil Quality/Ecosystem Services
Wetlands and Aquatic Systems
Wetland nutrient assimilation and storage processes, vegetative succession dynamics, wetland macrophyte ecophysiology, and ecological engineering design using wetland processes to improve water quality and enhance ecological function of altered landscapes.
SWS 4244 - Wetlands
SWS 5235 - South Florida Ecosystem Services
SWS 5242 - Wetlands and Water Quality
SWS 6932 - Wetlands and Watersheds Seminar
Otto, G. M., M. W. Clark, T. J. Walker and T. L. Crisman, 1998. Reintroduction of wetland functions to the urban landscape: The Stormwater Ecological Enhancement Project. Proceedings from the XXVII International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology Congress, August 8-14, Dublin, Ireland.
Lapointe B. E. and M. W. Clark, 1992. Nutrient inputs from the watershed and coastal eutrophication in the Florida Keys. Estuaries 15(4):465-476.
Bennet, F., M. W. Clark, and T. L. Crisman (Submitted, Ecological Engineering). Effect of wetland vegetation on infiltration of stormwater basins.
Soil and Water Science Department, 2181 McCarty Hall A, PO Box 110290, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32611
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