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         WETLANDS
AN INFORMATION RESOURCE GUIDE
 WETLANDS AWARENESS
 WETLANDS REGULATIONS     15
 AND LEGISLATION

 WETLANDS CONSERVATION    19
 AND PLANNING

 WETLANDS SCIENCE AND     25
 MANAGEMENT

 CONTACTS               31

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            NOTE  TO  THE READER
 This guide lists a variety of existing wetlands informational materials.  A
 numerical notation follows each entry. These notations refer to the contact
 for inquiry and aquisition of the material. Addresses and telephone numbers
 are listed by number in the Contacts listing at the end of the document.
 Materials listed may be specific to a region or locale, yet, often, they provide
 general ecological information and/or may be suitable as a model for regional
 modification. They are often suitable beyond  their targeted audience and
 worth examination.

 The listing was undertaken in 1992/1993 and though extensive, it was not
 exhaustive. And, no doubt, more materials have subsequently been issued.
 Some updates and more current materials with which we became aware are
 listed. Contact information has been verified currently for this printing. Yet,
 we have not pursued an intensive search for materials subsequent to our initial
 effort.  We would appreciate notification of additional materials so that we
 mav keep the listing current  in the event of reprinting.

 The U.S. Environmental Protection  Agency (EPA) supports a toll free
 telephone service, the EPA Wetlands Hotline 1 -800-832-7828, that responds
 to requests for information about wetlands and directs callers to appropriate
 regulatory agencies or additional sources of information when neccessary.
 The Hotline is a good initial contact for inquiry about wetlands. Please note
 that the Hotline issues some, but does not stock all, of the materials listed
 herein.

This  listing of materials was originally prepared for the chapter entitled
 Wetlands Education appearing in Applied Wetland Science and Technolo-
gies (Kent, Donald, ed.  1994. Lewis Publishers, Boca  Raton, FL).

       Copies of this document can be received by contacting the:
               EPA Wetlands Hotline 1-800-832-7828
                               or
           U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 2
               Marine and Wetlands Protection Branch
                         26 Federal Plaza
                      New York, NY 10278
                          (212)264-5170

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WETLANDS AWARENESS

        CURRICULA
         POSTERS
         VIDEOS
         SLIDES
        MAGAZINES
     OTHER  DOCUMENTS
         BOOKS
      RESOURCE GUIDES
        DIRECTORIES

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              WETLANDS  AWARENESS
Informational materials listed in this grouping address the occurrence of
wetlands, what they are, the different types, and identify wetland
functions and values. They seek to heighten the reader's awareness of
wetlands.

Materials produced by state and federal agencies are often either free
of charge, available through loan, or of minimal fee. The U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service has a Publications Unit (#28 in the Contacts listing)
which issues, free of charge, certain written materials and posters, and
an Audiovisual Unit (#49) which loans slides and videos. The National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Sea Grant Program has a
centralized library of all Sea Grant publications at the National Sea
Grant Depository (#72), which provides index searches and loan of
their written materials. The EPA Wetlands Hotline, 1-800-832-7828,
issues certain wetlands publications and provides information on the
availability of wetlands related documents. The Hotline offers an
interactive computer software program, "Wetlands Education Sys-
tem", applicable with IBM or compatible PC's, free of charge with
submittal of suitable blank computer disks.

Acquisition of many of the curricula may require participation in an
associated workshop offered by the agency or organization publishing
the curriculum. Please inquire with the agency or organization.

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WETLANDS RESOURCE GUIDE	WETLANDS AWARENESS
    CURRICULA/ACTIVITY MATERIALS


    Curricula

    Aquatic Project WILD1

    Beneath the Shell: Teacher's Guide to Nonpoint Source Pollution2

    A Curriculum Guide for Wetland Education Grades K-83

    Coastal Issues: A Wave of Concern4

    Decision Making and the Chesapeake Bay3

    Discover Wetlands6

    Environmental Education Curriculum Manual7

    The Estuary Guide8 Level 1 (K-3), Level 2 (4-8), Level 3 (9-12)

    The Great Bay, A Living Laboratory4

    Marine and Estuarine Ecology Volume I9

    Marine Science Education Workbooks5
    > Tides and Marshes
    > Food Webs in an Estuary

    Marshes, Estuaries and Wetlands10

    Project Estuary"

    Project WET:  Curriculum and Activity Guide12

    Salt Marsh Manual: An Educator's Guide13

    Sea Sampler: Aquatic Activities for the Field and Classroom14
    Elementary, Secondary

    South Slough Estuarine Sanctuary15
    * Estuary: an Ecosystem and a Resource Teacher's Manual

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   > In Search of the Treasures of the South Slough
     Level 1 Grades 4-5, Teacher's Manual
   > The Secret of the Medallion
     Level 2 Grade 6, Teacher's Manual
    The Lore of South Slough - Level 3

   A Teacher's Guide to the Study of Wetlands16
   Willa in Wetlands Play

   U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Alaska Department of Fish and Game17
   Wetlands and Wildlife Alaska Wildlife Curriculum:
   > Primary Teachers Guide K-3
   * Upper Elementary Teacher Guide 4-6
    Junior and Senior High Teachers Guide 7-12
   > Field Trip Manual
    Teacher Information Manual Part 1 & Part 2

   Wading into Wetlands. Ranger Rick Nature Scope18

   Wetlands are Wonderlands19
   > Member/Youth Guide
   * LeaderA'eacher Guide

   Wetlands Project Manual and Project Record20

   Where the Land Meets the Sea: Exploring a Coast Activity Book
   and Teacher's Guide21 Grades 3-4, Grades 5-6

   Wildlife Habitat Conservation Teachers Pac Series22
   * Estuaries and Tidal Marshes
    Freshwater Marshes
    Wetlands Conservation and Use

   A World in Our Backyard: A Wetlands Education and
   Stewardship Program23

   WOW! The Wonders of Wetlands: An Educator's Guide24
   Activity Materials

   Energy Flow in a Wetland (board game)25

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WETLANDS RESOURCE GUIDE	WETLANDS AWARENESS
    My Wetland Coloring Book26

    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Alaska Department of Fish and Game17
    > Wetland Cards - illustrations and text
    > The Caribou Game (board game)
    > Brandt for the Future (board game)

    Welcome to the Wetlands (coloring poster)27

    Wetlands (coloring poster)6

    Wetlands Coloring Book28

    Wetlands, Wildlife, and You! (text and puzzles)29

    Wetland Wonderland (coloring poster)30


    POSTERS

    A Child's Wish for Wetlands31

    Common Myths and Misconceptions About Wetlands
    And The Startling Truth32

    Estuaries....where rivers meet the sea33

    Federation of Ontario Naturalists34
    > Lake Ecosystem
    > Life in an Ontario Wetland
    > Ontario's Amphibians and Reptiles
    > Soil Ecosystem

    National Audubon Society35
    > Rivers of Life
    > Wetlands: Wonders Worth Saving, Life in a Salt Marsh
    > Wetlands: Wonders Worth Saving, Life in a Freshwater Marsh

    National Science Teachers Association25
    > Who Lives In Mud
    > Wetlands

    Raindrop Journey Poster36

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WETLANDS RESOURCE GUIDE	WETLANDS AWARENESS
   U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service28
    America's Endangered Wetlands
   * Wetlands are Important
    Wetlands, Wildlife and You

   U.S. Wetlands: What Do We Do With Them?22

   Wetlands6

   Wetlands37

   Wetlands: Water, Wildlife, Plants, and People38

   A Wetland Year39

   The Worth of Wetlands32


   VIDEOS

   Bullfrog Films40
    The Wasting of a Wetland
    Natural Wastewater Treatment
    Estuary

   Cooperative Extension Service41
    Many videos, with an array of topics including wetland
    values, restoration, protection. For example:
    Do Your Part: A Wetlands Discovery Adventure! (Colorado)
    The Value of Hoosier Wetlands; Lemons or Lemonade; Restoring
       Wetlands  on Your Property (Indiana)
    Wetlands in  Farmlands (Kansas)
    Wetlands (Maine)
    Prairie Potholes are for People (North Dakota)

   Coronet/MTLFilm & Video42
   > Birds of Shore and Marsh
    The Marsh
   > We Explore  the Marsh
   > One Day at Teton Marsh
   * Prairie Slough
   Ducks Under Siege'
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    Educational Images, Ltd.44
     Salt Marshes: A Special Resource
     Freshwater and Salt Marsh
    > Bog Ecology
     Florida Bay and the Everglades

    Environmental Media Center23
     A World in Our Backyard: A Wetlands Education and
      Stewardship Program
    * Life in the Salt Marsh in the Return to the Sea series

    The Living Tidal Marsh45
    (Limited circulation to NJ PSE&G service area)

    Louisiana Wetlands: America's Coastal Crisis26

    The Marsh Community: Our Vanishing Marshland46

    National Geographic Society47
     A Swamp Ecosystem
    * A Tidal Flat and Its Ecosystem

    Options for the Future: A Guide to Coastal Resource Management4

    Our Valuable Wetland Resource48

    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service49
    > America's Wetlands
    * Wetlands in  Crisis
    * Do Your Part: A Wetlands Discovery Adventure!
     Wetlands, Wildlife and You: The Duck Stamp Story
    > Wetlands for the Future
    + In Celebration of America's Wildlife

    Washington State Department of Ecology6
    * Fabulous Wetlands
    * Yellowlegs, Eelgrass and Tideflats
    > Wetlands Nightmare: Solutions for Local Government
     Washington's Wetlands

    The Wealth in Wetlands50

    Wetlands Video Disc51

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WETLANDS RESOURCE GUIDE	WETLANDS AWARENESS
   Why Wetlands34


   SLIDES

   Educational Images, Ltd.44
    Freshwater and Salt Marsh
   > Salt Marsh Biome
    Ecology of a Bog
   > Bog Ecology (different than above)
    Ecology of a Swamp
    Ecology of the Everglades
   > The Everglades (different than above)

   Our Valuable Wetland Resources14

   Salt Marshes: Nurseries of the Sea4

   Structure and Use of the New Wetland Classification System52

   Wetlands53


   MAGAZINES

   Diversity in the Wetland. Ducks Unlimited Magazine Special Photo
   Issue. January/February 199254
   The Last Wetlands. Audubon Magazine.  July 1990, Vol. 92, No. 4

   Our Disappearing Wetlands. National Geographic. October 1992,
   Vol. 182, No. 447

   Puddler Magazine54

   Virginia Marine Resource Bulletin. Spring 1989, Vol.21, No.l55

   Wetlands, Wonderlands.  Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine
   Spe'cial Supplement39

   Wetlands. Michigan Natural Resources Magazine Photo Issue.
   January/February 1991.56
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WETLANDS RESOURCE GUIDE	 WETLANDS AWARENESS
    OTHER DOCUMENTS

    At Home with Wetlands: A Landowner's Guide.  1991. Washington
    State Department of Ecology #90-316
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    Coastal America: A Partnership for Action

    Designing Community Environmental Education Programs: A Guide
    for Local Government. 1992. Washington State Department of
    Ecology #92-996

    Ducks Unlimited Green Wing Program (pamphlet)54

    The Estuary: A Special Place58

    Field Trips...Logistics is Key to it All59

    Freshwater Wetlands: A Citizen's Primer60

    The Great Bay Watch: A Citizen's Monitoring Manual4

    Improving Wetland Public Outreach, Training and Education,
    and Interpretation.61

    National Marine Educators Association (NMEA)62
    * Current: The Journal of Marine Education
     NMEA News

    National Wetlands Newsletter63

    Recognizing Wetlands. 1987. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    pamphlet, available from EPA Wetlands Hotline)64

    Saving the Wetlands53

    Status Report on Our Nation's Wetlands.  October 198718

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency64
    > EPA Wetlands Hotline 1-800-832-7828
    * Documents Available from EPA's Wetlands Protection Hotline.
      August 1994
    > Wetlands Fact Sheet series. March 1993

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   * Wetlands Education System. Interactive Computer Software Program.
     (For IBM PC or compatible)
    American Wetlands Month pamphlet.
   > Agriculture and Wetlands: A Compilation of Factsheets. August 1992
   > Beyond the Estuary: The Importance of Upstream Wetlands in
     Estuarine Processes. July  1990
   " America's Wetlands: Our Vital Link Between Land and Water.
     February 1988
   * Environmental Backgrounder: Wetlands.  1988
    EPA Journal "Protecting Our Wetlands". Jan/Feb 1986, Vol.12, No.l
   > EPA Journal "Saving Our Wetlands". October 1983, Vol.9, No.2

   U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service65
    National Wetlands Inventory Maps and National Georeferenced
     Wetland Digital Database  1-800-USA-MAPS66
    National Wetlands Inventory Fact Sheets and Information.  1992
   * National Wetland Plant Species List and Database
   > Wetlands Status and Trends in the Conterminous United States:
     Mid 1970's to Mid 1980's. 1991. Dahl, T.E. and C.E. Johnson.
     (GPO 024/010/06692/7)
   - Wetlands Losses in the United States: 1780's To 1980's. 1990.
     Dahl, T.E.
   > Federal Coastal Wetland Mapping Programs.  Biological Report
     90(18). December 1990 (NTIS PB92128339)
   > Wetlands: Meeting the President's Challenge.  1990 Wetlands
     Action Plan
   * National List of Plant Species that Occur in Wetlands: 1988
     National Summary (GPO 024/010/00682/0; NTIS PB89-127914/AS)
    Wetlands of the United States: Current Status and Recent Trends.
     March 1984. Tiner, Ralph W., Jr. (NTIS PB90198201)
    Classification of Wetlands and Deepwater Habitats of the United
     States.  1979. Cowardin, L.M., et. al. (GPO 024/010/006/65-0)

   Wetland Functional Values39

   Wetlands Campaign53

   The Wetlands Issue: What Should We Do With Our Bogs, Swamps, and
   Marshes?67
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    BOOKS

    A Field Guide to Coastal Wetland Plants of the Northeastern United
    States. 1987. Tiner, Ralph W., Jr. University of Massachusetts
    Press, Amherst

    Field Guide to Nontidal Wetland Identification. 1988. Tiner, R.
    W., Jr. Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Annapolis, MD

    Freshwater Wetlands: A Guide to Common Indicator Plants of the
    Northeast. 1981. Magee, Dennis W. University of Massachusetts
    Press, Amherst

    How Wet is a Wetland: The Impacts of the Proposed Revisions to the
    Federal Wetlands Delineation Manual. 1992.  Environmental Defense
    Fund and World Wildlife Fund. Island Press, Washington, D.C.68

    Life and Death of the Salt Marsh. 1969.  Teal, John and Mildred.
    Ballantine Books

    The Life of the Marsh. 1966. Niering, William A. McGraw-Hill,
    New York, NY

    Pond and Brook: A Guide to Nature in Freshwater Environments.
    1990. Caduto, M.J. University Press of New England, Hanover, NH

    Pond Life: A Guide to Common Plants and Animals of North
    American Ponds and Lakes. 1967. Reid, George K. Golden Guide.
    Golden Press, New York, NY

    Walking the Wetlands: A Hikers Guide to Common Plants and Animals
    of Marshes, Bogs, and Swamps.  1989. Lyons, Janet and Sandra
    Jordan. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY

    Wetlands. 1989. Niering, William A. The Audubon Society Nature
    Guides. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, NY
    RESOURCE GUIDES

    Bibliography of Educational Materials Available from
    the Nation's Sea Grant College Programs.  January 1994!
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   ECONET Database.  Alliance for Environmental Education69

   Environmental Education Resource Guide70

   ERIC Database. Environmental Resources Information Center71

   Estuary: An Ecosystem and a Resource: A Reading Guide for
   Grades 9-12.  198415

   Extension Wetlands Educational Materials.
   USDA Extension Service for the Cooperative Extension Service41

   National Sea Grant Depository72

   National Wetlands Inventory Wetland Values Database73

   Sea Grants Abstracts. Woods Hole Database74

   State University System of Florida Sea Grant College Program75
    Florida Marine Education Resources Bibliography. March 1983
   * Florida 4-H Department Marine Booklists20

   U.S. Environmental Protection Agency64
   > Wetlands Reading List. February 1992
   > Guide to Wetlands Educational Programs and Materials
     in Pennsylvania. November 1991
   > Environmental Education Materials for Teachers and Young
     People, Grades K-12.  July 1991
   * Wetlands Protection Bibliographic  Series. October 1988
   > Books for Young People on Environmental Issues.  January 1987

   U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Publications List28

   Virginia Environmental  Education Resources Directory55

   Wading Into Wetlands18
   * Bibliography
   * Ranger Rick Wetland Index

   The Water Quality Catalog: A Source Book of Public Information
   Materials76

   WOW: The Wonders of Wetlands Resources Listing24

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WETLANDS RESOURCE GUIDE	WETLANDS A WARENESS
    DIRECTORIES

    Directory of Zoological Parks and Aquariums in the Americas77

    The Great Lakes Wetlands Information Directory48
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    International Directory of Marine Science Libraries
    and Information Centers36

    National Association of Conservation Districts Directory50

    National Audubon Society Wildlife Sanctuaries booklet, brochure.
    NAS Sanctuary Department78

    National Directory of Volunteer Environmental Monitoring Programs.
    January 199479

    National Wildlife Federation Conservation Directory18

    Official Directory. The American Association of Museums80

    University Curricula Guide.  Marine Technology Society81
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WETLANDS REGULATIONS
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     LEGISLATION

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                      WETLANDS
        REGULATIONS AND  LEGISLATION


Informational materials listed in this grouping seek to help readers
understand the regulations implementing Section 404 of the Clean
Water Act and state laws and programs with authority over activities
in wetlands. The workbooks and guidebooks provide agency contact
information.

The main objective of these materials is to provide information on
wetland regulatory programs and avoid wetland impact and loss, to avoid
delays and frustration experienced by the regulated community, and to
provide  guidance to  those who wish to participate in the public
review process.
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WETLANDS RESOURCE GUIDE	REGULATIONS & LEGISLATION
    Building Near Wetlands: The Dry Facts. September 1991.
    Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources39

    Building Near Wetlands: The Dry Facts. 1993. U.S. Environmental
    Protection Agency, Region 2 (New York State)32

    Council of State Governments82
     Resource Guide to State Environmental Management. 1993
    * Wetlands: A National Database of State Wetland Protection.
      User's Manual Version 1.2 Programs and Contacts
    * Wetlands Protection and the States.  April 1990. National
      Conference of State Legislatures83
     Suggested State Legislation

    Developer's Guide to Federal Wetlands Regulations. 1990.
    Liebesman, L.R.  National Association of-Homebuilders84

    Environmental Law Institute63
    * National Wetlands Newsletter
     Annual Cumulative Index of the National Wetlands Newsletter
     Wetlands Deskbook. 1993
    > Implementation of the "Swampbuster" Provisions of the Food
      Security Act of 1985.  1990
    * Wetlands and 401 Certification:  Opportunities and Guidelines for
      States and Eligible Indian Tribes. 1989
     Clean Water Deskbook. 1988
    > Directory of State Environment Agencies.  1985.  Hubler,
      Kathryn and Timothy Henderson, eds.

    New England Interstate Environmental Training Center85
    * The Federal Wetlands Protection Program in New England:
      A Guide to Section 404 for Citizens and States. August 1991
    * Improving Wetland Protection in New England: A Blueprint for
      State and Federal Action.  July 1991

    Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS)86
     Implementing the Conservation Title of the Food Security Act:
      A Field Oriented Assessment by SWCS. 1990
    + Implementing the Conservation Title of the Food Security Act of
      1985

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency64
    - EPA Wetlands Hotline  1-800-832-7828
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   > Wetlands Fact Sheets. March 1993
    Agriculture and Wetlands: A Compilation of Factsheets.
     August 1992
    Water Quality Standards for Wetlands: National Guidance.
     July 1990
    Highlights of Section 404: Federal Regulatory Program to
     Protect Waters of the United States.  October 1989
    Wetlands and 401 Certification: Opportunities and Guidelines for
     States and Eligible Indian Tribes. April 1989

   Wetlands Overview: Federal and State Policies, Legislation, and
   Programs. November 1991. General Accounting Office
   (GAO/RCED-92-79FF)87

   Wetland Regulation Guidebook. July 1988. Washington State
   Department of Ecology #88-56

   Wetlands Regulation Guidebook for New York State. 1993.
   U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 232

   Wetlands: Their Use and Regulation. March 1984.
   Office of Technology Assessment (NTIS PB84-175918)28C

   Wetlands: The Corps of Engineers' Administration of the
   Section 404 Program. July 1988. General Accounting Office
   (GAO/RCED-88-110)87

   Wetlands and Real Estate Development. 1991,2nd ed.  Steinberg,
   R.E., ed. Government Institutes88
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WETLANDS CONSERVATION
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                     WETLANDS
         CONSERVATION AND PLANNING
There are a number of federal laws, as well as support and develop-
ment programs, which affect activities in wetlands and can provide
mechanisms and much sought after finances for wetlands preservation
and restoration. The following informational materials seek to clarify
such information, provide guidance in developing and implementing
state and local wetlands preservation ordinances, and address the
mechanisms for private donorship of wetlands. Some materials review
examples of successful wetland protection ordinances and fundamen-
tal considerations in planning ordinances.
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    The Conservation Easement Handbook: Managing Land
    Conservation and Historic Preservation Easement Programs.
    1988. Diehl, J. and T.S. Barrett89

    Conservation Easement Stewardship Guide: Designing, Monitoring,
    and Enforcing Easements.  1991. Lind, B.68

    Environmental Law Institute63
     Wetland Mitigation Banking. 1993
     Wetlands Protection: The Role of Economics.  1990.
      Scodari, Paul F.
    * Directory of State Environmental Agencies.  1985. Hubler, K.
      and T. Henderson, eds.
    * Non-Tidal Wetlands Protection: A Handbook for Maryland
      Local Governments. 1983
    * Our National Wetlands Heritage: A Protection Guidebook.
      1983. Kusler.J.A.

    Impact of Federal Programs on Wetlands. U.S. Department of the
    Interior.28" Volume 1  October 1988, Volume 2 March 1994

    Michigan Wetlands Yours to Protect:  A Citizens's Guide to Local
    Involvement in Wetland Protection48

    National Audubon Society53
     Saving the Wetlands: A Guide for Audubon Chapters,
      Government Agencies, and Educators.  April 1990
     Saving Wetlands: A Citizen's Guide for Action in Florida.
      January 199190

    National Wetlands Priority Conservation Plan. April 1989.
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service28

    National Wetland Protection Symposium: Strengthening the Role
    of the States. 1985. Kusler, J.A. and R. Hamann, eds.61

    National Wildlife Federation18
     A Citizens Guide to Protecting Wetlands. 1989.
      Goldman-Carter, J.
     Conservation Directory

    Protecting Nontidal Wetlands. 1988.  Burke, D.G.,
    EJ. Meyers, R.W. Tiner, Jr., H. Groman91
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   Protecting Wetlands Through Local Zoning.  Wisconsin Department
   of Natural Resources39

   Statewide Wetlands Strategies: A Guide to Protecting
   and Managing the Resource. World Wildlife Fund. 1992.68

   U.S. Environmental Protection Agency64
   " Why Develop a State Wetland Conservation Plan? February 1993
    Announcement of Grant Availability: FY94 Grant Guidance
    Catalog of State Wetlands Protection Grants FY92/91/90
   > The Private Landowner's Wetlands Assistance Guide: Voluntary
     Options for Wetlands Stewardship in Maryland.  October 1992
   > Protecting Coastal and Wetland Resources: A Guide for
     Local Governments.  October 1992
   * Wetlands Conservation Through Local Community Programs.
     December 1991.  Emmer, Rod E., Univ. of New Orleans
   * Guidance on Developing Local Wetlands Projects: A Case Study
     of Three Counties and Guidelines for Others. November 1991
    Financing State Wetlands Programs. November  1990.
     Apogee Research, Inc.
     Oceans and Coastal Protection Division - use 64(b)
   * The Economics of Improved Estuarine Water Quality: An NEP
     Manual for  Measuring Benefits.  September 1990.
   * Saving Bays and Estuaries: A Primer for Establishing and
     Managing Estuary Programs Appendices G, H, I. September 1990
   * Saving Bays and Estuaries: A Handbook of Tactics. 1988.
    Financing Marine and Estuarine Programs: A Guide to
     Resources.  1988.

   Washington State Department of Ecology6
   > Designing Wetlands Preservation Programs for Local Governments:
     A Guide to Non-regulatory Protection. 1992. #92-18.
   > Designing Wetlands Preservation Programs for Local Governments:
     A Summary. 1992. #92-19.
   * Wetlands Preservation: An Information and Action Guide.
     1990. #90-5.

   Wetlands: A National Database of State Wetland Protection.
   User's Manual Version 1.2 Programs and Contacts.
   Council of State Governments82

   Wetlands and Water Quality: A Citizen's Handbook for Protecting
   Wetlands.  1990. Paulson, G.A. Lake Michigan Federation92

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    Wetlands Protection: A Local Government Handbook.
    September 199191

    Wetlands Protection: A Handbook for Local Officials.  1990.
    Pennsylvania Department of Natural Resources93

    Wetland Protection Guidebook.  1988. Michigan Department
    of Natural Resources94
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                      WETLANDS
          SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT
Informational materials listed in this grouping represent some of the
efforts in understanding the ecology and function of wetlands and the
efforts of academic and professional associations in bridging the gap
between wetlands science and  wetlands management. The journals,
newsletters, and bulletins address current research, issues, and pending
legislation and are most useful for a current perspective on wetlands.
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    Association of Wetland Managers61
    * Improving Wetland Public Outreach, Training and Education,
      and Interpretation. 1993
     Effective Mitigation: Mitigation Banks and Joint Projects In
      the Context of Wetland Management Plans.  1992
    * Wetlands Creation and Restoration: The Status of the Science.
      1990
    * International Symposium: Wetlands and River Corridor
      Management.  1989
    * National Wetland Symposium: Urban Wetlands.  1988
     National Wetland Symposium: Wetland Hydrology.  1987
     National Wetland Symposium: Mitigation of Impacts and Losses.
      1986
     National Wetlands Assessment Symposium. 1985
     National Wetland Protection Symposium: Strengthening the Role
      of the States. 1984

    Environmental Law Institute63
     National Wetlands Newsletter
    > Annual Cumulative Index of the National Wetlands Newsletter
     Environmental Forum
     Environmental Law Reporter
     Wetland Mitigation Banking. 1993
     Wetlands Protection: The Role of Economics. 1990

    Estuaries Journal95

    Hydric Soils of the United States96

    Protecting America's Wetlands: An Action Agenda. 1988.
    The Conservation Foundation97

    Society for Wetlands Scientists (SWS)98
     Wetlands Journal of SWS
    - SWS Bulletin

    Toward a Watershed Approach: A Framework for Aquatic Ecosystem
    Restoration, Protection and Management. January 1994.
    Coastal America57

    Washington State Department of Ecology6
    * Guidelines for Developing Freshwater Wetland Mitigation Plans.
      1994. #94-29
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   * Wetland Buffers: Use and Effectiveness.  1992. #92-10
    Wetland Buffers: An Annotated Bibliography.  1992. #92-11
    Wetland Mitigation Banking. 1992.  #92-12
   > Wetland Mitigation Replacement Ratios: Defining Equivalency.
    1992. #92-08
   > Wetland Mitigation Replacement Ratios: An Annotated
    Bibliography.  1992. #92-09

   Wetlands Action Plan: EPA's Short-term Agenda in Response to
   Recommendations of the National Wetlands Policy Forum. 198964

   Wetland Journal24

   Wetlands Research Program Bulletin95

   Wetlands Research Update96


   BOOKS

   An Approach to Decision Making in Wetland Restoration
   and Creation. 1992.  Hairston, A. J., ed. Island Press,
   Washington, D.C. (Available also through NTIS)

   Applied Wetlands Science and Technology. 1994.  Kent,
   Donald M., ed. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL

   Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,
   Industrial, and Agricultural. 1990. Hammer, Donald A., ed.
   Lewis Publishers, Fort Lauderdale, FL

   Creating Freshwater Wetlands. 1992.  Hammer, Donald  A.
   Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, MI

   Estuarine Ecology. 1989. Day, John W., Jr. et al.
   John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York

   Estuarine Ecosystems: A Systems Approach Volumes I & U. 1986.
   Knox, George A. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL

   Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems. 1992. National Research
   Council Committee on Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems: Science,
   Technology, and Public Policy. National Academy Press,
   Washington, D.C.

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    Statewide Wetlands Strategies: A Guide to Protecting and Managing
    the Resource. 1992. World Wildlife Fund. Island Press,
    Washington, D.C.68

    Wetlands. 1986. Mitsch, William J. and James G. Gosselink.
    Von Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York

    Wetlands Creation and Restoration:  The Status of the Science.
    1990. Kusler, J.A. and M. Kentula.  Island Press, Washington, D.C.

    Wetland Economics and Assessment: An Annotated Bibliography.
    1989. Leitch, J.A. and B.L. Ekstrom. Garland Publishing, Inc.,
    New York, NY
    RESOURCES

    An Overview of Major Wetland Functions. 1984. Sather, J.H.
    and R.D. Smith. (NTIS PB85119907)28c

    ECONET Database.  Alliance for Environmental Education69

    ERIC Database. Environmental Resources Information Center71

    Increasing Our Wetland Resources.  1988.  Zelasny, J. and J.S.
    Feierabend, eds.18

    National Sea Grant Depository72

    National Wetlands Inventory Wetland Values Database73

    Resource Guide to State Environmental Management.  1993.
    The Council of State Governments82

    Sea Grants Abstracts. Woods Hole Database74

    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Publications List28

    Wetland Evaluation Technique (WET) Volume 1: Literature Review
    and Rationale.  Wetlands Research Program Technical Report
    WRP-DE-2. October 1991. Adamus, P.R.  et. al.28c
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WETLANDS RESOURCE GUIDE            SCIENCE & MANAGEMENT
   Wetlands Protection Bibliographic Series. U.S. Environmental
   Protection Agency. October 198864

   Wetland Replacement Evaluation Procedure.  1992. Bartoldus,
   C, E. Garbish, M. Kraus. Environmental Concern24
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                 INFORMATION RESOURCE GUIDE
                           CONTACTS
 1.    Project WILD
      P.O. Box 18060
      Boulder, CO 80308-8060

 2.    New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
      Office of Communication  and Environmental Education
      CN402
      Trenton, NJ 08625-0402
      (609)777-4322

 3.    Centers for Nature Education, Inc.
      4007 Bishop Hill Road
      Marcellus,NY13108
      (315)673-1350

 4.    University of New Hampshire
      Sea Grant Extension Program
      Kingman Farm
      Durham, New Hampshire 03824-3512
      (603)749-1565

 5.    University of Maryland
      Sea Grant Program
      0112 Skinner Hall
      College Park, MD 20742
      (301)405-6371

 6.    Department of Ecology
      Wetland Section
      P.O. Box 47600
      Olympia, WA 98504-7600
      (206) 407-7472

7.    Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
      1700 Elkhorn Road
      Watsonville, CA 95076
      (408) 728-2822 or 728-8560

8.    Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
      1043 Bay View - Edison Road
      Mt. Vernon, WA 98273-9605
      (206) 428-1558
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9.     Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium
      703 East Beach Drive
      P.O. Box 7000
      Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39566-7000
      (601) 875-9341

10.    Pacific Science Center/Washington Sea Grant
      Marine Education Project
      200 Second Ave. North
      Seattle, WA 98109-4895
      (206) 443-2870

11.    North Carolina Division of Coastal Management
      P.O. Box 27687
      Raleigh, NC 27611-7687
      (919)733-2293

12.    National Project WET
      201 Culbertson Hall
      Montana State University
      Bozeman, Montana 59717-0057
      (406) 994-5392

13.    San Franciso Bay National Wildlife Refuge
      P.O. Box 524
      Newark, CA 94560
      (510)792-0222

14.    South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium
      287 Meeting Street
      Charleston, SC 29401
      (803) 727-2078

15.    South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
      P.O Box 5417
      Charleston, OR 97420
      (503) 888-5559

      Oregon State University
      Sea Grant College Program
      Administrative Services A500G
      Corvallis, OR 97331
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ill
      (503) 737-2714

 16.   National Children's Theater for the Environment
      910 Prince Street
      Alexandria, VA 22314,
      (703)519-6155
      or EPA Wetlands Hotline 1-800-832-7828

 17.   United States Department of the Interior
      Fish and Wildlife Service
      101 IE. Tudor Road
      Anchorage, Alaska 99503-6199

 18.   National Wildlife Federation
      1400 Sixteenth St., N.W.
      Washington, D.C.  20036-2266
      1-800-432-6564

 19.   Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant Program
      University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
      65 Mumford Hall
      1301 W. Gregory Drive
      Urbana,IL 61801
      (217)333-9448

20.   Craig Miller
      111 Rolfs Hall
      University of Florida
      Gainesville, FL 32611
      (4-H Materials)

20.   The Wetlands Institute
      Stone Harbor Boulevard
      Stone Harbor, NJ 08247

22.   National Institute for Urban Wildlife
      P.O. Box 3015
      Sheperd's Town, WV 25443
      (304) 876-6146

23.   Environmental Media Center
      P.O. Box 1016

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                           CONTACTS
      Chapel Hill, NC 27514
      1-800-368-3382

24.    Environmental Concern, Inc.
      P.O. Box P
      St. Michaels, MD 21663
      (410)745-9620

      for the forthcoming edition (February 1995) of Wow! The Wonders of
      Wetlands: An Educators Guide contact either Environmental Concern, Inc.
      or number 12 above, National Project WET.

25.    National Science Teachers Association
      1840 Wilson Boulevard
      Arlington, VA 22201
      1-800-722-6782 or (703) 243-7100

26.    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
      Wetlands Outreach 6E-FT
      1445 Ross Avenue
      Dallas, TX 75202-2733
      (214) 655-2263 or 655-7444 .

27.    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
      Region 5
      Public Affairs Office
      77 West Jackson Street
      Chicago, IL 60604-3507
      (312)  353-6198

28.    Heirarchy of pursuit for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Publications:

      a) Publications Unit
        United States Fish and Wildlife Service
        Room 130 Arlington Square
        1849 C Street, N.W.
        Washington, D.C. 20240
        (703)358-1711

      b) Superintendant of Documents
        Government Printing Office
        Washington, D.C. 20402
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       (202) 783-3238

      c) National Technical Information Service
       Department of Commerce
       5285 Port Royal Road
       Springfield, VA 22161
       (703) 487-4780

29.    Extension Publications Distribution Office
      Printing and Publications Building
      Iowa State University
      Ames, Iowa 50011
      (515)294-5247 Attn: Jim Trow
      Ask for document number PM1425

30.    Ducks Unlimited Canada
      P.O. Box 1160
      Stonewall, Manitoba
      Canada ROC 2ZO
      (204)467-3000.

31.    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
      Region 4 Water Management Division
      345 Cortland Street, N.E.
      Atlanta, GA 30365
      (404) 347-2126

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Wetlands Hotline 1-800-832-7828, or
      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
      Region 2
      2WMD-MWPB
      26 Federal Plaza
      New York, NY 10278
      (212)264-5170
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33.    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
      Sanctuaries and Reserve Division
      Office of Ocean & Coastal Resource Management
      1305 East-West Highway
      Room 12520
      Silver Spring, MD 20910
      (301)713-3125

34.    Federation of Ontario Naturalists
      355 Lesmill Rd.
      Don Mills
      Ontario, Canada M3B 2W8
      (416)444-8419

35.    National Audubon Society
      Route 4
      Sharon, CT 06069
      (203) 364-0520

36.    Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
      Sea Grant Program
      Woods Hole, MA 02543
      (508) 457-2000

37.    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
      Region 8 Water Management Division
      999 18th Street
      Suite 500
      One Denver Place
      Denver, CO 80202-2405
      (303) 293-1552

38.    EPA Wetlands Hotline  1-800-832-7828, or
      USGS Map Distribution Section
      Box 25286
      Denver Federal Center
      Denver, CO 80225

39.    Wisconsin Department  of Natural Resources
      Bureau of Information and Education
      P.O. Box 7921
      Madison, WI 53707-7921
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                          CONTACTS
      (608) 267-7529: Cathy Cliff

      Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
      Bureau of Water Regulation and Zoning
      P.O. Box 7921
      Madison, WI 53707-7921
      (608) 266-8030

      EPA Wetlands Hotline 1-800-832-7828

40.    Bullfrog Films, Inc.
      P.O. Box 149
      Oley, PA 19547
      (610) 779-8226

41.    USDA Extension Service
      Natural Resources & Rural Development
      14th & Independence Ave. SW
      Room 3871 South Building
      Washington, D.C. 20250-0917
      (202) 720-5468: Mr. James Miller

42.    Coronet/MTI Film & Video
      108 Wilmot Road
      Deerfield, IL 60015
      1-800-621-2131

43.    National Audubon Society Productions
      666 Pennsylvania Ave., S.E.
      Washington, D.C. 20003
      (202) 547-9009
      For Purchase: PBS Video 1-800-424-7963

44.    Educational Images, Ltd.
      P.O. Box 3456
      West Side Station
      Elmira, NY 14905
      (607) 732-1090
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45.    Public Service Electric and Gas Company
      P.O. Box 570
      T10C
      Newark, NJOT 101
      (201) 430-8699: Gail Davis

46.    Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corp.
      310 South Michigan Ave.
      Chicago, IL  60604
      1-800-554-9862 Ext 6514

47.    National Geographic Society
      Educational Services
      P.O. Box 98019
      Washington, D.C. 20090
      1-800-368-2728
      Film and video preview service through Karol Media: (717) 822-8899
      Magazine Index: (202) 857-7059

48.    Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
      Box 300
      Conway, MI 49722
      (616)347-1181

49.    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
      Audiovisual Office
      Room 3444
      1849 C Street, N.W.
      Washington, D.C. 20240
      (202)208-5611

50.    National Association of Conservation Districts
      P.O. Box 855
      League City, TX 77574-0855
      1-800-825-5547

      National Association of Conservation Districts
      Washington Headquarters
      509 Capitol Court, N.E.
      Washington, D.C. 20002
      (202) 547-6223
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51.    Optical Data Corporation
      30 Technology Drive
      Box 4919
      Warren, NJ 07059
      (908) 668-0022

52.    National Audio Visual Center
      Customer Service
      8700 Edgeworth Drive
      Capitol Heights, MD 20743-3701
      (301)763-1891
      Stock order number: A08847

53.    National Audubon Society
      Education Division
      700 Broadway
      New York, NY 10003
      (212) 979-3000

54.    Ducks Unlimited
      One Waterfowl Way
      Memphis, TN 38120
      (901)758-3825

55.    Virginia Sea Grant College Program
      Marine Advisory Services
      Virginia Institute of Marine Science
      Gloucester Point, VA 23062
      (804)642-7170

56.    Michigan Department of Natural Resources
      Box 30034
      Lansing, MI 48909

57.    Coastal America
      The Herbert C. Hoover Building
      Room 7843
      14th & Constitution Ave., N.W.
      Washington, D.C. 20230
      (202) 482-5483
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58.    Ohio Sea Grant College Program
      Ohio State University
      1314KinnearRoad
      Columbus, Ohio 43212-1194
      (614) 292-8949

59.    Texas A&M University
      Sea Grant College Program
      P.O. Box 1675
      Galveston,TX 77553-1675
      (409) 762-9800

60.    The Catskill Center
      Arkville, NY 12406-1010
      (914)586-2611

61.    Association of Wetland Managers
      P.O. Box 269
      1434 Helderberg Trail
      Berne, NY 12023-9746
      (518) 872-1804

62.    National Marine Educators Association
      P.O. Box 51215
      Pacific Grove, CA 93950
      (408) 648-4841: Nora Deens

63.    Environmental Law Institute
      1616 P Street, NW
      Washington, B.C. 20036
      (202) 328-5150

64.    Hierarchy of pursuit for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency documents:
      a) Wetlands Hotline 1-800-832-7828
      b) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
        National Center for Environmental Publications
         and Information
        11029 Ken wood Road
        Building 5
        Cincinnati, OH 45242
        (513)489-8190
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      c) United States Environmental Protection Agency
       Public Information Center
       PM-3404
       401 M Street, SW
       Washington, D.C. 20460
       (202)260-7751

      d) Superintendant of Documents
       Government Printing Office
       Washington, D.C. 20402
       (202) 783-3238

      e) National Technical Information Service
       Department of Commerce
       5285 Port Royal Road
       Springfield, VA 22161
       (703)487-4780

65.    For Document Availability see 27 above

      For the National Wetlands Inventory Study:
      U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
      National Wetlands Inventory
      9720 Executive Center Drive
      Suite 101 Monroe Building
      St. Petersburg, FL 33702-2440
      (813) 893-3624

      For local inventories of wetlands status and trends:
      Mr. Ralph Tiner
      300 Westgate Center Drive
      Route 2 and 116 North
      Hadley, MA 01035
      (413) 253-8622
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66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
                 INFORMATION RESOURCE  GUIDE
                           CONTACTS
Earth Science Information Center
U.S. Geological Survey
National Headquarters
507 National Center
Reston, VA 22092
1-800-USA-MAPS or (703) 648-6045

North American Association for Environmental Education
P.O. Box 400
Troy, OH 45373
(513) 676-2514 or (202) 467-8753

Island Press
1718 Connecticut Ave., N.W.
Suite 300
Washington, D.C. 20009
1-800-828-1302

For the Authors of Statewide Wetlands Strategies: A Guide
to Protecting and Managing the Resource:

Environmental Defense Fund
257 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10010
(212)505-2100

World Wildlife Fund
1250 24th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20037
(202) 778-9688

Alliance for Environmental Education
9309 Center Street
Suite 101
Manassas,VA22110
(703) 330-5667

Friends of the Earth
1025 Vermont Ave., N.W.
Suite 300
Washington, D.C. 20005
(202) 783-7400
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   71.    ERIC Clearinghouse for Science,
           Mathematics, and Environmental Education
         1929 Kenny Road
         Columbus, OH 43210-1080
         1-800-276-0462 or (614) 292-6717

   72.    National Sea Grant Depository
         Pell Library Building
         University of Rhode Island
         Bay Campus
         Naragansett, RI 02282-1197
         (401)792-6114

   73.    Wetland Values Database Administrator
         USFWS/NWI
         9720 Executive Center Drive
         Suite 101.
         St. Petersburg, FL 33702-2440
         (813)893-3865

   74.    Sea Grant Abstracts
         P.O. Box 84
         Woods Hole, MA 02543
         (508) 548-2743

   75.    State University System of Florida
         Sea Grant College Program
         Box 110409
         Gainesville, FL 32611
         (904) 392-2801

   76.    Water Environment Federation
         Public Education Program
         601 Wythe Street
         Alexandria, VA 22314-1994
         1-800-666-0206
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78.
79.
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American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums
Ogleby Park
Wheeling, West Virginia 26003
(304) 242-2160

American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums
Executive Office and Conservation Department
7970-D Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 907-7777

National  Audubon Society
Sanctuary Department
93 West Cornwall Road
Sharon, CT 06069
(203) 364-0048

Sharon Audubon Center
325 Cornwall Bridge Road
Sharon, CT 06069
(203) 364-0520
(National Audubon Society Nature Education Centers)

National  Audubon Society
Regional & Government Affairs Office
666 Pennsylvania Avenue SE
Washington, D.C. 20003
(202) 547-9009

See number 53 above for NAS Education Division
New York, NY

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds
Assessment and Watershed Protection Division
401 M Streets, S.W.
Mail Code 4503F
Washington, D.C. 20460
(202) 260-7018: Alice Mayio
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80.    American Association of Museums
      1225 Eye Street, N.W.
      Suite 200
      Washington, D.C. 20005
      (202)289-1818
      For the Official Directory: 1-800-521-8110

81.    Marine Technology Society
      1828 L Street, N.W.
      Suite 906
      Washington, D.C. 20036
      (202)775-5966

82.    Council of State Governments
      P.O.Box 11910
      3560 Iron Works Pike
      Lexington, KY 40578-1910
      (606) 231-1923 or 1866

83.    National Conference of State Legislatures
      444 North Capitol Street, N.W.
      Suite 515
      Washington, D.C.20001
      (202) 624-5400

84.    National Association of Homebuilders
      1201  15th Street, N.W.
      Washington, D.C. 20005-2800
      1-800-368-5242 ext 538 or (202) 822-0538: Susan Asmus

85.    New England Interstate Environmental Training Center
      2 Fort Road
      South Portland, Maine 04106
      (207) 767-2539

86.    Soil and Water Conservation Society
      7515N.E. AnkenyRoad
      Ankeny, Iowa 50021
      1-800-THE-SOIL or (515) 289-2331
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87.    United States General Accounting Office
      Document Distribution Office
      P.O. Box 6015
      Gaithersburg, MD 20877
      (202)512-6000

88.    Government Institutes
      4 Research Place
      Suite 200
      Rockville, MD 20850
      (301)921-2300

89.    The Land Trust Alliance
      1319 F Street, N.W.
      Suite 510
      Washington, D.C. 20004
      (202) 638-4725

90.    National Audubon Society
      102 E. 4th Avenue
      Tallahassee, FL 32303
      (904) 222-2473

91.    American Planning Association
      1313 E. 60th Street
      Chicago, IL 60637
      (312)955-9100

      American Planning Association
      1776 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
      Washington, D.C. 20036
      (202) 872-0611

92.    Lake Michigan Federation
      59 E. Van Buren
      Suite 2215
      Chicago, II 60605
      (312)939-0838
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93.    Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources
      Office of Public Liason
      P.O. Box 2063
      Harrisburg, PA 17105-2063
      (717)783-2300

94.    Michigan Department of Natural Resources
      Land and Water Management Division
      Box 30028
      Lansing, MI 48909
      (517)373-6537

95.    Estuarine Research Federation
      Belle W. Baruch Institute
      University of South Carolina
      Columbia, SC 29208

96.    National Technical Committee for Hydric Soils
      Soil Conservation Service
      Room 4247-S
      P.O. Box 2890
      Washington, D.C. 20013-2890
      (202)720-1812
      Attn: Maurice J. Mausbach

97.    The Conservation Foundation
      1250 Twenty-fourth Street, N.W.
      Washington, D.C. 20037

98.    Society for Wetland Scientists
      810 E. Tenth Street
      P.O. Box 1897
      Lawrence, KS 66044

99.    CEWES-EP-W
      U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station
      3909 Halls Ferry Road
      Vicksburg, MS 39180-6199
      Attn: Elkie Briuer
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100.  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
     Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory
     Wetlands Research Program
     200 Southwest 35th Street
     Corvallis, OR 97333

101.  U.S. Forest Service
     Forest Environment Research
     14th & Independent, S.W.
     P.O. Box 96090
     Washington, D.C. 20090-6090
     (202) 205-1524

102.  Izaak Walton Leage of America
     707 Conservation Lane
     Gaithersburg, MD 20878
     (301) 548-0150
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