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Florida Coastal Everglades LTER 2011 All Scientists Meeting - Posters
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden - Veranda
2011 FCE LTER All Scientists Meeting
January 6-7, 2011
Ballroom above the Visitor Center
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
Coral Gables, Florida
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Incorporating behavior into the study of habitat suitability: salinity preference of nonnative African jewelfish
J. S. Rehage, D.P. Lopez, M. Anderson, J. Serafy

The use of lipid biomarkers to determine temporal and spatial variability of vegetation patterns on tree islands in the Florida Everglades
Laura Belicka, Colin Saunders, Carlos Coronado, and Rudolf Jaffé

A coupled molecular and compound-specific isotopic approach to understand food web dynamics and diet history of bull sharks in the Florida Everglades
Laura Belicka, Mike Heithaus, Philip Matich, and Rudolf Jaffe

Resource Partitioning Among Four Mesoconsumers in the Upper Shark River Estuary
Boucek, R.1 and Rehage, J.1
1Department of Environmental Studies, Florida International University, 11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, FL 33199

Organic Carbon Burial Within the Footprint of an Eddy Covariance Flux Tower in a Southwestern Everglades Mangrove Ecosystem
Joshua L. Breithaupt1, Joseph M. Smoak1, Thomas J. Smith2, Christian J. Sanders3
1Environmental Science, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, FL, USA
2United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, FL, USA
3Institute of Chemistry, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Using optical properties to compare dissolved organic matter dynamics in the Florida Everglades, Brazilian Pantanal, and Botswana's Okavango Delta
Kaelin Cawley1, Rudolf Jaffe1, Youhei Yamashita1, Natalie Mladenov2, Piotr Wolski3, Catia Nunes4 and Nuno Rodriguez5
1Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University, Miami, FL
2Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO
3Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Center, University of Botswana, Maun, Botswana
4Universidad Federal de Mato Grosso, Cuiaba, Brazil
5Pantanal National Park, Cuiaba, Brazil


Environmental Dynamics of Dissolved Organic Matter Associated Black Carbon (DOM-BC) in the Florida Coastal Everglades
Yan Ding, Youhei Yamashita and Rudolf Jaffé

How do Canals Function as Habitat for Native & Nonnative Fishes in the Everglades Ecosystem?
David A. Gandy¹, Jennifer S. Rehage¹, Jeff Kline2
¹Department of Earth and Environmental, Florida International University, Miami, FL
2South Florida Natural Resources Center, Everglades National Park, Homestead, FL


Legacies of 20th century urban growth patterns in South Florida and resultant environmental/social justice implications given SLR
Suzana Mic, Jennifer Wolfe, Hugh Gladwin


Life-History Changes of African Jewel Fish Along its Invaded Range
Jungman, A.1 Lopez. D.1 and Rehage, J.1
1Department of Environmental Studies, Florida International University, 11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, FL 33199


Interpreting the effect of salinity on benthic communities through evaluation of diversity and primary production of calcareous green algae along a salinity gradient
Shweta Kulkarni1 ; Glauco Puig-Santana2, Alex Pérez2,, James W. Fourqurean2   and Ligia Collado-Vides2
1Felix Varela Senior High/SAS South , 2Department of Biological Sciences, OE 167;  and Southeast Environmental Research Center, OE 148,  Florida International University, University Park, Miami, FL 33199, USA


Short-term behavioral and demographic effects of acute temperature stress on juvenile bull sharks in the Shark River Estuary
Philip Matich and Michael R Heithaus

Major ion Chemistry of Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park
Nicole Neira, Francis Matthews, David Lagomasino, René M. Price
Department of Earth and Environment and SERC, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA


Carbon dioxide exchange rates from long- and short-hydroperiod marsh in the Florida Everglades: responses to variation in water level
Steven F. Oberbauer, Jessica L. Schedlbauer, Kristine L. Jimemez, Gregory Starr, Christinia L. Staudhammer, Hank Loescher

Long term effects of nutrient enrichment on calcareous green algae in Western Florida Bay
Alex Perez1, Glauco Puig-Santana1,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.


Water Flow, Residence Times and Phosphorus Fluxes in Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (2001-2009)
Amartya Saha 1, René Price 1,2 , Carl Fitz3 and Vic Engel 4
1: Southeastern Environmental Research Center, FIU, Miami, FL 2. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, FIU, Miami, FL, 3. Department of Soil and Water Science, IFAS, University of Florida, Ft Lauderdale, FL 4. South Florida Natural Resources Center, Everglades National Park, FL

Perturbations in major ion chemistry of Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA
Estefania Sandoval, Rene M Price

The influence of vegetation and geomorphology on the hydrodynamics of Satinleaf tree island, Everglades National Park
Pamela L. Sullivan1, René M. Price1&2, Vic Engel3
1 Department of Earth and Environment, Florida International University, Miami, FL
2 Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University, Miami, FL
3 Everglades National Park, Homestead, FL




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