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There are many reasons why the preservation and construction of wetlands should be promoted I however believe that three of the strongest reasons include 1 saving wetlands for their water purification purposes 2 Maintaining wetlands for activities such as sport fishing hunting and trapping finally 3 Preserving wetlands for flood control Water Purification Wetlands provide an invaluable resource to lakes and streams everywhere Water Purification Not only can we rely on natural wetlands to purify lakes and streams but we can also create wetlands to purify our municipal wastewater Wetlands provide a place for suspended solids to settle They also help to remove organic material Wetland plants can uptake up to 150 kilograms of Phosphorous per year and up to 2500 kilograms of Nitrogen per year Not only do these plants uptake nutrients that can eutrophicate lakes but they reduce wind velocity which avoids the resuspension of materials Fishing Hunting and Trapping Wetlands provide that perfect habitat for many species of wildlife Especially game species such as fish ducks and furbearers Wetlands are important fisheries and they provide ideal feeding and breeding grounds for many species of fish Many millions of dollars each year are spent of fishing equipment and tackle and permits so not only does the preservation of wetlands mean an increased catch but it also means that the money spent helps go toward habitat acquisition Hunting another recreational activity which is enjoyed by many Americans also generates millions of dollars It allows many people to get out and enjoy what nature has to offer and also allows them to put a meal on the table at the same time
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