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Over any period of time, typically a year, the difference between the inputs and outputs is equal to the net change in storage (volume) of water in the wetland. Detention or turnover time (the number of days required to replace all the water in the wetland) can also be estimated from water budgets if the wetland’s volume is known. 8 Water regimes at different elevations in palustrine wetlands. From Cowardin et al. (1979). High water Average water Low water 2m 26 BIOLOGY OF FRESHWATER WETLANDS wetlands.
Chemical reactions in the soil, and thus are called redoxymorphic features (Fig. 16). There are two redox reactions that play a major role in the development of mottles in wetland soils: the reduction of manganese and the reduction of iron. ) In ﬂooded soils, there are anaerobic bacteria that can use compounds other than oxygen as a terminal electron acceptor in respiration. These bacteria use fermentative breakdown products of organic matter as an energy source. Important terminal electron acceptors under anaerobic conditions include, in order of their afﬁnity for electrons, nitrate, manganic manganese (Mn+3), ferric iron (Fe+3), sulfate, and carbon dioxide.
Studies of a wetland’s water budget attempt to measure or estimate all water inputs (precipitation, surface inﬂows, groundwater inﬂows (discharges)) and outputs (evapotranspiration, surface outﬂows, groundwater outﬂows (recharges)). Over any period of time, typically a year, the difference between the inputs and outputs is equal to the net change in storage (volume) of water in the wetland. Detention or turnover time (the number of days required to replace all the water in the wetland) can also be estimated from water budgets if the wetland’s volume is known.
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