Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research
Florida Coastal Everglades LTER - 2002 All Scientists Meeting Poster Session

2002 All Scientists Meeting - Poster Session
Kovens Conference Center, Florida International University BBC       
February 8, 2002
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Molecular Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter(DOM) at Florida LTER Sites
Chengyong Yang, Joseph Boyer and Rudolf Jaffe    (pdf, 205kb)


Ecosystem Characterization and Hydrologic Dynamics of Seasonally Flooded Tree Islands in the Southern Everglades
Tiffany Troxler Gann and Daniel L. Childers    (pdf, 165kb)


Physiological Responses of Red Mangroves in the Florida Everglades to Physical Climate
Jordan G. Barr, Jose D. Fuentes, and Jay C. Zieman    (pdf, 306kb)

Influence of Productivity and Hydroperiod on Florida Everglades Food Webs
A.J. Williams and J.C. Trexler    (pdf, 294kb)


Decomposition of Cladium jamaicense, Eleocharis spp., and Juncus roemerianus in the ecotone regions of Taylor Slough and Shark River Slough
Gustavo Rubio and Daniel L. Childers    (pdf, 728kb)

The Importance of Leaf Demographic Data to Accurate Calculations of Annual Production by Sawgrass (Cladium jamaicense) in Freshwater Everglades Wetlands
Emilie Verdon and Daniel L. Childers    (pdf, 464kb)


Epiphyte Accumulation Rates and Epiphytic Light Attenuation Along a Productivity Gradient in Florida Bay
Thomas A. Frankovich and Joseph C. Zieman    (pdf, 252kb)


The effectiveness of anemophily: Pollination biology of sawgrass, Cladium jamaicense Crantz (Cyperaceae)
Jenise M. Snyder and Jennifer H. Richards   (pdf, 618kb)

The Effects of Desiccation Duration on Periphyton Mat Structure and Function after Rewetting
Andrew Gottlieb   (pdf, 194kb)

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