A major source of land use policy controversy in the United States and worldwide, for at least a decade, wetlands are the subject of a rapidly growing literature across many disciplines. This bibliography brings together the salient works on the economic and related restoration and delineation aspects of wetland resources. Covering recent literature, it includes 80 entries on methodological aspects of wetland economics and 195 entries on empirical issues, 74 entries on wetland restoration/creation economics, and 111 entries on delineation/definition issues. Each of the four major sections begins with a short overview of the literature, followed by an annotated bibliography. Most of the literature covered pertains to the United States and Canada, but relevant international works are included. Although most of the literature was published from 1989 to 1993, some earlier works are identified, and some early 1994 publications are included as well.Leitch, Jay A. is the author of 'Wetland Economics, 1989-1993 A Selected, Annotated Bibliography', published 1995 under ISBN 9780313292866 and ISBN 0313292868.