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This site has some information about wetland biology, at present primarily the identification of plants that are found in wetlands. The domain name is too broad for its content, but the name provides a not unreasonable goal. We hope to present information that is not easily found elsewhere, but it will never pretend to be a one-click solution to what brought you here. But please give us your ideas about what it might include and how better to make it useful.

The content of this site revolves around a new undergraduate Plant Biology course in wetland plant biology at the University of Georgia. There were several motives to create a broad course in practical plant biology and you can read about them in the Course Description.

This site is very much a work in progress. Some technical details about the site, its managment and page design can be found at About Site. It is a learning tool for its students and its instructor, and you will find pages not finished, links that are still wishful thinking, and an organization that continues to evolve but will probably never reach a satisfactory state. It is also intended to be a repository for information about wetland plants, mostly images at different times of year to aid in identification of unknowns that are not in flower or fruit. There are different ways to organize and present this kind of information and what you find here is still in draft stages. We intend to make this information interactive but it is still not clear what technologies or underlying organization of the data will prove the most useful. We do not want to just duplicate what is available elsewhere; hopefully we can provide something extra. Finally, it is intended to document what we find at various wetland sites and the organization and progress of any research projects that will come from our exploratory work.

Hope you find the site informative and if you work in wetlands, then also useful in your work. Your suggestions and requests are very welcome.
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GLENN GALAU, THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANT BIOLOGY, MILLER PLANT SCIENCES BUILDING, THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS GA  30602-7271
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