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Florida Coastal Everglades LTER 2016 All Scientists Meeting - Posters
2016 FCE LTER All Scientists Meeting
March 14-15, 2016
Stone House Ballroom
Deering Estate at Cutler
Miami, Florida




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2016 Florida Coastal Everglades LTER All Scientists Meeting - Poster Session
2016 Florida Coastal Everglades LTER All Scientists Meeting - Poster Session


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Hydrologic and Nutrient Conditions in West and Seven Palm Lake Drainages in the Florida Everglades
Allen, J.M. and R.M. Price


Predicting the Geographic Ranges of Non-native Cichlids in Florida with Climate Change
Andreoli, J.A.


Influence of an Experimental Sheet Flow Regime on Aquatic Food Webs of the Central Everglades
Bornhoeft, S.C., B. Rosen, S. Newman, C.J. Saunders, and J.C. Trexler


Quantifying Effects of Foundation Species Identity and Density on Organic Carbon Storage along an Experimental Marsh-Mangrove Gradient
Charles, S.P., J. Kominoski, A.R. Armitage, H. Guo, S. Dastidar, Z. Hughes, C.A. Weaver, and S.C. Pennings


Modelling Hydrodynamics and Particle Transport in the Coastal Everglades
Clasen, H. and M. Rains


Long-Term Mangrove Demographic Dynamics and Response to Hurricane Disturbance and Resilience Magnitude
Danielson, T., V.H. Rivera-Monroy, E. Castañeda-Moya, H.O. Briceno, R. Travieso, E.E. Gaiser, and B.D. Marx


Standard-score Comparison of Hydrologic and Nutrient Parameters at SRS4 and SRS6 Stations, Everglades National Park
Dessu, S.B., R.M. Price, and T. Troxler


Quantifying the movement and habitat use of Everglades sunfishes in response to seasonal variations in hydrology
Hill, G.J., J.S. Rehage, and M.I. Cook


Bacterial Levels at Recreational Beaches Influenced by Outflows from Florida Bay and the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie Rivers
Kelly, E., H. Solo-Gabriele, A. Reniers, Z. Feng, and A. Donohue


Parameterization of light and temperature models for two Everglades freshwater marshes
Kunwor, S., S. Oberbauer, C.L. Staudhammer, S.L. Malone, and G. Starr


Trends in inorganic carbon content of seagrass biomass: A preliminary study from Florida Bay
Lopes, C., J. Howard, and J.W. Fourqurean


Algal richness in the Okavango Delta and Everglades: patterns and environmental controls
Marazzi, L., E.E. Gaiser, V. Jones, F. Tobias, and A.W. Mackay


Algal biodiversity in subtropical wetlands: an opportunity for comparative research
Marazzi, L. and E.E. Gaiser


Experimental saltwater intrusion decreases periphyton production in a subtropical freshwater wetland
Mazzei, V., E.E. Gaiser, J. Kominoski, B.J. Wilson, S. Servais, and T. Troxler


Quantifying changes in soil microbial carbon use in freshwater coastal wetlands exposed to crossed gradients in salinity and phosphorus: Implications for sea level rise
Morales, K., J. Kominoski, and S. Servais


Calcareous green algae carbon contribution in the north coast of the Yucatan, Mexico
Ortegon-Aznar, I., A. Chuc-Contreras, J.E. Campbell, and L. Collado-Vides


Spatial variation in trophic interactions of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) within the Florida Coastal Everglades assessed with stable isotopes
Paz, V.A., J.J. Kiszka, and M.R. Heithaus


Calcium Carbonate Precipitation in Constructed Everglades Tree Islands?
Prieto, A., R.M. Price, L.J. Scinto, T.W. Dreschel, and F.H. Sklar


Assessing Environmental Drivers of DOC Fluxes in the Shark River Estuary: Modeling the Effects of Climate, Hydrology and Water Management
Regier, P., H.O. Briceno, and R. Jaffe


Phosphorus (P) Deposition Caused by Hurricane Wilma (2005) Is Still Controlling Long-Term Soil Inorganic P availability in Mangrove Forest along Shark River, Everglades, Florida: 13 years of Pulsing Seasonal Delivery and Hydroperiod Control
Rivera-Monroy, V.H., E. Castañeda-Moya, G. Snedden, T. Danielson, R. Travieso, E.E. Gaiser, B.D. Marx, and C. Coronado-Molina


Testing Subsidy-Stress Effects of Saltwater Intrusion on Microbial Processing of Carbon and Nutrients in Freshwater Wetland Soils
Servais, S., J. Kominoski, S.P. Charles, B.J. Wilson, V. Mazzei, E.E. Gaiser, and T. Troxler


Assessing Drivers of Spatial and Temporal Trends of Nutrient Ratios in the Southern Everglades
Sola, A., E.E. Gaiser, and L. Marazzi


Contribution of Penicillus (Chlorophyta, Bryopsidales) to inorganic and organic carbon production across Florida Bay
Sweatman, J., J.W. Fourqurean, and L. Collado-Vides


Southwest Florida stormwater ponds have morphed from ecological filters to landscape features
Thomas, S.E.


Net Carbon Fluxes in the Florida Everglades: Examining Greenhouse Carbon Balance in Short- and Long-Hydroperiod Marshes
Venkatesan, A., G. Starr, S. Oberbauer, S.L. Malone, and C.L. Staudhammer


Vertical Distribution of Living (Stained) Benthic Foraminifera in the Everglades, South Florida, USA
Verlaak, Z.R.F., L.S. Collins, J.I. Allen, and J.M. Allen


Decadal-scale sea level rise acceleration along the Florida Atlantic coast and its relations to sea level variability along the Florida Current
Wdowinski, S., P. Thompson, G. Mitchum, and J. Park


Simulated saltwater intrusion decreases net ecosystem exchange in coastal marshes, dampening their capacity to store carbon
Wilson, B.J., S. Servais, T. Troxler, and J. Kominoski


The spatiotemporal gradient of mangrove development in relation to sea level rise: a palynological record from the Shark River Estuary, Everglades, Florida, since the mid-Holocene
Yao, Q. and K. Liu


Total posters = 29




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