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Florida Coastal Everglades LTER 2014 All Scientists Meeting - Posters
2014 FCE LTER All Scientists Meeting
March 10-11, 2014
Stone House Ballroom
Deering Estate
Miami, Florida




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Nest use of the endangered Key Largo woodrat
Barth, L.J., J.S. Rehage, M.S. Ross, and J. Diamond


How does metazoan parasite diversity in nonnative cichlids in Florida vary with differing invasion histories and between natural and novel habitats?
Beck, C. and J.S. Rehage


How do non-native fishes and behavioral types influence ephemeral metacommunity patch assembly dynamics?
Blanchard, J.R. and J.S. Rehage


Go without the flow: Preliminary evidence that snook increase movement with decreasing freshwater flow
Boucek, R. and J.S. Rehage


Assessing 100 years of carbon burial and sediment accretion in the context of sea level rise, reduced freshwater input, and storms in the coastal Everglades
Breithaupt, J.L., J.M. Smoak, T.J. Smith, C.J. Sanders, L.C. Peterson, and R.H. Byrne


Assessing interannual changes in aquatic primary productivity in a long hydroperiod marsh in Everglades National Park
Cummings, J.A., P.C. Olivas, S. Oberbauer, and G. Starr


Mangrove Canopy Height Estimation with Airborne LiDAR and TanDEM-X Observations
Feliciano, E.A., S. Wdowinski, M. Potts, B. Osmanoglu, and K. Zhang


Describing a Fragmented System: Examining the Extant Distribution of Pine Rockland Forests
Gehring, J. and S. Koptur


A Comparative Analysis of Calcium Carbonate Production by Species of the Genera Halimeda and Penicillus along a Salinity Gradient in Florida Bay.
Gonzalez, D., C. Tortora, A. Perez, and L. Collado-Vides


Stakeholders' Preference for Coral Reef Conservation and Sustainable Coastal Resource Management
Harper, J. and P. Mozumder


Application of molecular markers to assess organic matter sources in flocculent materials and sediments in the Everglades: Linking chemistry to restoration
He, D., B. Jara, P. Regier, and R. Jaffe


Combining mark-recapture & citizen science to evaluate seasonal dynamics of two recreational fish species
Lee, J. and J.S. Rehage


Direct dissolved CO2 measurements illuminate environmental drivers of localized pH change, Ωarag and system metabolism in Florida Bay
Lopes, C., A. Perez, and J.W. Fourqurean


Ecosystem persistence in the face of climate change: A case study from the freshwater marshes of the Florida Everglades
Malone, S.L., C. Keough, C.L. Staudhammer, M.G. Ryan, W.J. Parton, and G. Starr


El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) amplifies precipitation extremes, enhancing CO2 exchange rates in freshwater marsh ecosystems in the Florida Everglades
Malone, S.L., C.L. Staudhammer, S. Oberbauer, P.C. Olivas, M.G. Ryan, J. Schedlbauer, H. Loescher, and G. Starr


The effects of damage severity on species richness of tropical hardwood hammocks in Everglades National Park
May, J.L., S. Oberbauer, S. Koptur, and K.R.T. Whelan


Characterization of Everglades National Park mangrove forests as a uranium sink
Mayo, M., J.M. Smoak, C.G. Smith, K. Fanning, and T.J. Smith


Patterns and drivers of benthic algal community assembly along a simultaneous resource and stress gradient in the Florida Everglades: a pilot study
Mazzei, V. and E.E. Gaiser


Seasonal patterns in diatom assemblages and water quality across a coastal watershed: the changing effects of freshwater flow through seasons and following a tropical storm
Nodine, E. and E.E. Gaiser


Predicting sea-level rise effects on carbon turnover: autotrophic and heterotrophic microbial responses to chronic, low-level phosphorus enrichment
Schulte, N.O. and E.E. Gaiser


Short-term effects of phosphorus loading and plant defoliation on plant-soil carbon processes in coastal ecosystems.
Servais, S., J.C. Pachon, S.E. Davis, E.E. Gaiser, T. Troxler, and J. Kominoski


Temporal patterns in scrub mangrove production: foliar contribution to soil carbon accumulation in Taylor River Slough
Williams, A.A., V.H. Rivera-Monroy, J.H. Richards, E. Castañeda-Moya, C. Coronado-Molina, E.E. Gaiser, R. Travieso, and R.R. Twilley


Organic Matter Dynamics in a Mangrove Dominated Estuary: Linking Particulate Organic Matter with Dissolved Organic Matter
Ya, C., R. Jaffe, and W. Huang


Total posters = 23




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