Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research
Florida Coastal Everglades LTER - 2003 All Scientists Meeting Posters
2003 FCE LTER All Scientists Meetin - Poster Session
2003 All Scientists Meeting Presentations
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Nutrient Cycling, Litter Accumulation, and Decomposition in Seasonally Flooded Tree Islands of the Southern Everglades
Tiffany Troxler Gann and Daniel L. Childers    (pdf, 1.4MB)

Quantifying N cycling rates in freshwater marshes of the Southern Everglades using 15N tracer techniques: A pilot study
Jeff Wozniak, Daniel L. Childers, and William Anderson  (pdf, 1.89MB)

Estimating organic matter contributions to the Lower Shark River, Everglades National Park
Ralph Mead and Rudolf Jaffé (pdf, 378kb)

Testing the energy signature hypothesis of mangroves using carbon isotope ratio analysis
Jose Ernesto Mancera and Robert Twilley (pdf, 1MB)

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Phil Bayer, Daniel Childers, David Iwaniec, Linda Powell, Mike Rugge  (pdf, 1074 kb)

Some responses of mangrove saplings to the salinity and hydroperiod interaction
Pablo Cardona-Olarte and Robert Twilley (pdf, 1.6MB)

Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope composition of OM from Florida Bay, initial results of a paleoenvironmental seagrass reconstruction
S.L. Evans, W.T. Anderson, J. Fourqurean, R. Jaffe, E. Gaiser, L.S. Collins, C. Holmes, M. Marot, S. P. Escorcia   (pdf, 1.9MB)

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, 598 kb)

Ralph Mead showing his poster to Fred Sklar

Jade Williams showing her poster to Jim Fourqurean

Gustavo Rubio showing his poster to Dave Rudnick
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