Response to: Turner, R.E., J.E. Bodker, and C. Schulz. 2017. The belowground intersection of nutrients and buoyancy in a freshwater marsh. Wetlands Ecology & Management: 1–9
KeywordsTreatment wetlands Soil strength Nutria Wetland restoration
This study was funded by Comite Resources, Inc., which received funding from the City of Hammond. John W. Day, Robert R. Lane, and Rachael G. Hunter acknowledge in the manuscript that they carried out both ecological baseline studies and routine monitoring as employees of Comite Resources, Inc.
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JWD, RRL, and RGH acknowledge that they carried out both ecological baseline studies and routine monitoring as employees of Comite Resources (comiteres.com), which received funding from the City of Hammond, however no funds from the city were used for this work.
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