Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research
Florida Coastal Everglades LTER - 2010 All Scientists Meeting
Marine Sciences Building
2010 FCE LTER All Scientists Meeting
March 15-16, 2010
Marine Science Building
Florida International University - Biscayne Bay Campus
North Miami, Florida




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Laura Belicka1, Mike Heithaus2, Rudolf Jaffé1, Joel Trexler3, and Phil Matich2
1Southeast Environmental Research Center and Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida International University, 11200 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL 33199
2Dept. of Biological Sciences, Florida International University, 3000 NE 151st Street, Miami, FL 33181
3Dept. of Biological Sciences, Florida International University, 11200 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL 33199
Application of lipid biomarkers to understand food web dynamics along resource gradients in the Everglades
Presenter: Laura Belicka

Rebecca Bernard1,2 James W Fourqurean1,2
1Department of Biological Sciences, 2Southeast Environmental Research Center (SERC)
Florida International University
Effects of Light and Nutrient Supply on Stable Isotope Composition and Fractionation in N-limited Seagrass Beds
Presenter: Rebecca Bernard

Campbell, Justin E., Fourqurean, James W.
The impacts of CO2 fertilization on the productivity and structure of seagrass communities
Presenter: Justin Campbell

Yan Ding and Rudolf Jaffé
Environmental Dynamics of Dissolved Organic Matter Associated Black Carbon (DOM-BC) in the Everglades
Presenter: Yan Ding

Rebecca Garvoille (FIU), Dr. Laura Ogden (FIU)
Bridging the Tamiami Trail: The Politics of Everglades Restoration
Presenter: Rebecca Garvoille

Zayda Halun, James W. Fourqurean
The effects of fertilization and grazing on the community structure of a seagrass bed in Florida Bay
Presenter: Zayda Halun

Gregory R. Koch, P.A. Staehr, E.E. Gaiser, and D.L. Childers
Seasonal hydrology drives changes in aquatic ecosystem metabolism in an oligotrophic, subtropical estuary
Presenter: Greg Koch

David Lagomasino1 and René Price1,2
1Florida International University, Department of Earth and Environment and
2Southeast Environmental Research Center (SERC)

Using Landsat images to estimate evapotranspiration in the Everglades
Presenter: David Lagomasino

Christopher S. Moses1, William Anderson1, Colin Saunders2, Carrie Rebenack1
1 Department of Earth and Environment, Florida International University, 11200 SW 8th Street, PC344, Miami, FL 33199, USA
2 South Florida Water Management District, 3301 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33416, USA
Holocene Decadal to Multidecadal Hydrologic Variability in the Everglades: Climate and Implications for Ecosystem Management
Presenter: Christopher Moses

Oliva Pisani, Youhei Yamashita, and Rudolf Jaffé
Photo-induced generation of dissolved organic matter (DOM) from floc in the Shark River Slough of the Florida Coastal Everglades (FCE)
Presenter: Oliva Pisani

Jonathan Prendergast, Ligia Collado-Vides, and Jorge Bello.
Interpreting the nutrient limitations, salinity, and seasonal variations of Florida Bay in order to analyze shifts in species and biomass productivity
Presenter: Jonathan Prendergast

Glauco Puig-Santana1, Alejandro Pérez1, Jorge Bello1, Shweta Kulkarni, Rebecca Bernard1 James W. Fourqurean1,2   and Ligia Collado-Vides 1, 2
1Department of Biological Sciences, OE 167; 2Southeast Environmental Research Center, OE 148,  Florida International University, University Park, Miami, FL 33199, USA.
Trends in primary production of calcareous green macroalgae along a salinity and trophic gradient in Florida Bay
Presenter: Glauco Puig-Santana

Carrie E. Rebenack1, William T. Anderson1, Paolo Cherubini2 and Magdalena Nötzli2
Using Carbon Isotopes in Tree Rings to Understand Hydrologic Change on Big Pine Key: Preliminary Results
Presenter: Carrie Rebenack

Amartya Saha 1, René Price 1,2 & Vic Engel 3
1. Southeastern Environmental Research Center, FIU, Miami, FL
2. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, FIU, Miami, FL
3. South Florida Natural Resources Center, Everglades National Park, FL
Development of a hydrological budget for Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park for the period 2002-2008
Presenter: Amartya Saha

Christopher Sanchez, Evelyn Gaiser, Colin Saunders
Quantifying hydroperiod fluctuations across an Everglades wetland throughm icroscopic analysis of siliceous microfossils
Presenter: Christopher Sanchez

Estefania Sandoval and René M. Price
Department of Earth and Environment and SERC. Florida International University, FL 33199
Variations in Surface Water Chemistry in Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park
Presenter: Estefania Sandoval

Daniel Sarmiento, Jose D. Fuentes Monitoring the recovery of mangrove forest ecohydrology due to a hurricane disturbance
Presenter: Daniel Sarmiento

Pamela L. Sullivan and René M. Price,
Department of Earth and Environment and Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University
Groundwater-surface water interactions on Satinleaf Tree Island, Everglades National Park
Presenter: Pamela Sullivan

Serge Thomas*(1), Aaron Teegarden(1) and Joseph Boyer(2)
*Assistant Professor, sethomas@fgcu.edu, 239-590-7148
(1)Florida Gulf Coast University, 10501 FGCU Blvd, South, Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565
(2)Director, SERC/FIU, OE-148, UP, Miami Fl 33199
Looking at the impact of temperature on the photosynthesis of oligotrophic short-hydroperiod epilithic calcareous periphyton
Presenter: Serge Thomas


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