Ground-Water and Surface-Water Interactions in Minnesota and Wisconsin Wetlands
The interaction between ground water and surface water in wetlands is complex and depends on the hydrologic setting of the particular wetland. Hydrologic characteristics have been used in Wisconsin to classify wetlands into four categories; surface-waterdepression wetlands, surface-water-slope wetlands, ground-waterdepression wetlands, and ground-water-slope wetlands, as described by Novitzki (1978). The degree of ground- and surface-water interactions differs between the four categories.
KeywordsGround Water Depression Wetland Larix Laricina Unsaturated Material WISCONSIN Wetland
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