Our Publications

The following is a list of publications by Wetland Training Institute partners and instructors. Please follow the links provided or visit our online store to purchase copies as appropriate.

Publications Available in our Store

Nationwide Permits Complete 2017 Edition by Robert J. Pierce, David Dearing, and Sam Collinson, is the 5th revision of NWPs Complete. Organized for quick and ready reference, the entire texts of the 2017 NWPs, General Conditions, and the Regulations at CFR 330 are presented in sequence and followed, in italics, by the pertinent and substantive parts of the 2017 and past preambles associated with each. Link: https://wetlandtraining.com/product/book-nationwide-permits-complete-2017/

Pocket Guide to Hydric Soil Field Indicators – 2017 Almost every indicator has been altered in the National Technical Committee on Hydric Soils’ Version 8.0 of the Field Indicators of Hydric Soils in the United States: A guide for Identifying and Delineating Hydric Soils: new tables; new figures; new Indicators and new terms in the glossary. We’ve taken all of those and updated our Pocket Guide. We have also added updated versions of the indispensable Simplified Keys to Hydric Soil Indicators – now for all ten USACE Regional Supplements. Link: https://wetlandtraining.com/product/pocket-guide-2017/

Current errata:  https://wetlandtraining.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/030819-PoketGuidechanges.docx

Wetland Mitigation: Planning Hydrology, Vegetation, and Soils for Constructed Wetlands by Gary J. Pierce with contributing editors Mallory N. Gilbert and Robert J. Pierce. For those who work in wetlands, this book is the A to Z of construction and restoration. It focuses on the importance of water to wetland construction. Purchase of the book entitles the buyer to access a secure website that contains an Excel program to prepare annual hydrographs based on monthly data sets. An instruction guide accompanies the program. Link: https://wetlandtraining.com/product/wetland-mitigation-book/

Publications by Author

Paul Adamus, Ph.D.

David Dearing

Wesley M. Knapp

  • Knapp, W.M. & R.F.C. Naczi. An Annotated Checklist of the Vascular Flora of Maryland. [In Press] Memoirs of the New York Botanical Gardens. Link: https://www.nybgpress.org/Products/Default.aspx?bookid=5471C16
  • Longbottom, W., R.F.C. Naczi & W.M. Knapp. 2016. Flowering Plant Species New to Delaware and Maryland. Schuyler Festschrift. Bartonia 69:5-19.
  • Knapp, W.M. 2016. Juncaceae, the Rush Family in R.F.C. Naczi, J.R. Abbott and Collaborators, New Manual of Vascular Plants of the Northeastern United Stated States and Adjacent Canada, Online edition of 2016, NYBG Press http://dx.doi.org/10.21135/893275471.017
  • Sorrie, B.A. & W.M. Knapp. 2015. Juncus pp. 249-256. In A. Weakley, Flora of the Southern and Mid-Atlantic States (Working Draft 21 May 2015).
  • Knapp, W.M. 2015. Juncaceae & Rhynchospora Treatments in Chester, E.W., S.E. Wofford, J. Shaw, D. Estes & D. Webb. Guide to the Vascular Plants of Tennessee.
  • Knapp, W.M. 2014. Erratum. Phytotaxa 181 (3): 192–192. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.181.3.9
  • Knapp, W.M. 2014. Juncus fascinatus (Juncaceae), a new combination in Juncus sect. Ozophyllum and notes on morphologically similar species. Phytotaxa 174(5) 243-260. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.174.5.1
  • Knapp, W.M. & R. Wiegand. 2014. Orchid (Orchidaceae) decline in the Catoctin Mountains, Frederick County, Maryland as documented by a long-term dataset. Biodiversity and Conservation. 23(8):1965-1976. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10531-014-0698-2

Charles J. Newling, PWS, CWB

Charles J. Newling, PWS, CWB and Robert J. Pierce, Ph.D.

Robert J. Pierce, Ph.D.

Gary Pierce, Ph.D.

Joe R. Thomasson, Ph.D.

  • Identifying and Keying Grasses, Sedges and Rushes / Link:
  • Dr. Joe Thomasson Provides Professionals with Skills to Identify More Plants/ Link:

Michael Whited, CPSS, CPSC, PWS

First, and several subsequent editions of:

  • New England Hydric Soils Technical Committee. 2004. 3rd ed., Field Indicators for Identifying Hydric Soils in New England. New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, Lowell, MA. 2018 edition link: https://sites.google.com/view/nehstc/home
  • United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service. 1996. Field indicators of hydric soils in the United States, version 3.2. G.W. Hurt, P.M. Whited, and R.F. Pringle (editors). In cooperation with the National Technical Committee for Hydric Soils. Link: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/nrcs142p2_053171.pdf