Restoration Case Study : New Jersey's Pompeston Creek and Kerny Marsh
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Maintaining the natural integrity of streams and wetlands has become increasingly important as human populations expand and put ever-greater demands on limited freshwaters sources. Commercial, residential, and agricultural development all require water, but threaten natural sources. The state of New Jersey is at the forefront of the conflict between freshwater use and its degradation. This project examined the level of pollutants and their source for Kearny Marsh and Pompeston Creek.
Stream restoration--New Jersey--Planning
Wetland restoration--New Jersey--Planning
Kearney Marsh (N.J.)--Environmental conditions
Pompeston Creek (N.J.)--Environmental conditions