Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research
Florida Coastal Everglades LTER 2017 All Scientists Meeting
2017 FCE LTER All Scientists Meeting
May 8-9, 2017
Garden House at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

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Joshua M. Allen, René M. Price, Dean Whitman, Thomas A. Frankovich, James W. Fourqurean, Mark Zucker

Hydrochemical Conditions of Two Estuarine Mangrove Lake Drainage Systems in the Florida Everglades
Presenter: Joshua Allen

Katarzyna Bezen

Effects of Saltwater Encroachment on Coastal Ecosystems in Southeastern Everglades: Evidence from Plant and Animal Remains Preserved in Five Sediment Cores
Presenter: Katarzyna Bezen

Henry O. Briceño, Joffre Castro, Piero Gardinali, Sandro Stumpf, Eduardo Mollinedo

High Phosphorous Concentrations in Canal Surface Water Discharges to Everglades National Park Linked to Low Water Levels.
Presenter: Henry Briceno

T. Kelly Brown and Joel Trexler

Space-for-Time Substitution as a Null Model
Presenter: Theresa Kelly Brown

Katherine Castrillon*, Andrew Fuentes*, Himadri Biswas, Michael Ross

The effects of the Cutler Slough Rehydration Project on tree species at different elevation
Presenter: Katherine Castrillon

Sean P. Charles, John S. Kominoski, Stephen Davis, Evelyn E. Gaiser, Stephen Kelly, Viviana Mazzei, Michael S.  Ross, David Rudnick, Shelby M. Servais, Fred H. Sklar, Tiffany G. Troxler, and Ben Wilson

Sea-level rise drives changes in soil organic carbon in coastal wetland ecosystems of the Florida Everglades: mechanisms revealed from field surveys and manipulative experiments
Presenter: Sean Charles

Shimelis Behailu Dessu1, René M. Price1
1Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA

Taylor Slough Groundwater Discharge Simulation Using SUTRA
Presenter: Shimelis Dessu

Cody Eggenberger, Rolando Santos, Tom Frankovich, Chris J. Madden, Jimmy Nelson and Jennifer Rehage

Effects of Enrichment on Recreational Fishes in Coastal Everglades Lakes
Presenter: Cody Eggenberger

Marco Fernandez, Kristina Morales, Shelby M. Servais, John S. Kominoski; Florida International University, Miami, FL 33199 USA

Comparing effects of saltwater intrusion on soil microbial carbon use in freshwater and brackish coastal wetlands using experimental gradients of salinity and phosphorus
Presenter: Marco Fernandez

Dr. Hilary Flower1, Dr. Mark Rains1, & Dr. Carl Fitz1,2
1School of Geosciences, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
2Ecolandmod, Inc., Fort Pierce, FL
hflower@mail.usf.edu; mrains@usf.edu; carlfitz3@gmail.com

Can the Everglades Survive Climate Change? Beyond Inundation: Everglades Landscape Modeling of the Florida Coastal Everglades
Presenter: Hilary Flower

Carissa L. Gervasi
Jennifer S. Rehage

Detecting and Countering Fisheries-Induced Evolution Using Marine Protected Areas
Presenter: Carissa Gervasi

Paul Julian II1, Randy Chambers 2, John Kominoski3 and Tiffany Troxler3
1University of Florida, Soil and Water Sciences, Ft. Pierce, FL, USA
2College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA , USA
3Department of Biological Sciences, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA

Pyrite in the Coastal Everglades, It's more than Fool's Gold
Presenter: Paul Julian

Megan Kelsall1, Victor H. Rivera-Monroy1, Tess M. Danielson1, Edward Castañeda-Moya2, Evelyn Gaiser2, Rafael Travieso3, Xiaochen Zhao1, John S. Kominoski2
1 Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, College of the Coast and the Environment, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
2Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA
3Department of Biological Sciences, School of Environment, Arts and Society, Florida International University, Miami, Florida 33199 USA

Spatiotemporal patterns (2008-2014) of elemental stoichiometry (carbon:nitrogen:phosphorus) in mangrove litterfall after canopy defoliation caused by Hurricane Wilma (2005) along the Shark River Estuary, Florida
Presenter: Megan Kelsall

Michael E Kiflai1, Dean Whitman1, Rene M. Price1, 2 , Tom A. Frankovich2, Joshua Allen1
A. Frankovich2, Joshua Allen1
1Department of Earth and Environment, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA
2Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA

Hydro Geophysical Characterization and Imaging of Groundwater in the Mangrove Lakes Region of Everglades National Park.
Presenter: Michael Kiflai

Sujit Kunwor, Junbin Zhao, Steven F. Oberbauer, Christina L. Staudhammer, Sparkle L. Malone, Gregory Starr

Methane and carbon dioxide emission patterns at two freshwater marshes at Everglades National Park
Presenter: Sujit Kunwor

David Lagomasino, Lola Fatoyinbo, Bruce Cook, Emanuelle Feliciano, SeungKuk Lee

Stick in the Mud: Monitoring wetland loss and gain in the coastal Everglades
Presenter: David Lagomasino

John Kominoski1, Evelyn Gaiser1, Tiffany Troxler1, Shelby Servais1, Ben Wilson1, Viviana Mazzei1, Sean Charles1, Laura Bauman1, Michael Kline1, Michelle Robinson1, Kristina Morales1, Marco Fernandez1, Carlos Coronado2, Steve Kelly2, Fred Sklar2, Joe Stachelek2, Steve Davis3, David Rudnick4, Dong Yoon Lee5, Scott Neubauer5, Chris Craft6, Sarah Widney6, Ellen Herbert6, Dontrece Smith7, Merryl Alber7, Steve Pennings8
1Florida International University & FCE-LTER
2South Florida Water Management District
3Everglades Foundation
4Everglades National Park
5Virginia Commonwealth University
6Indiana University
7University of Georgia & GCE-LTER
8University of Houston

Coastal wetlands respond differently to increasing salinity. Why?
Presenter: Dong Yoon Lee

Viviana Mazzei1, Andres Leon2*, Evelyn Gaiser1
1 Department of Biological Sciences and Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University, Miami, FL; 2Varela High School, Miami, FL

Tracking Phosphorus Inputs Caused by Saltwater Intrusion to the Southern Everglades Using Benthic Algal Mats
Presenter: Andres Leon

Luca Marazzi, Evelyn Gaiser, and Franco Tobias
Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University

Algal dominance increases with phosphorus scarcity and desiccation stress in the Everglades
Presenter: Luca Marazzi

Alex Ontkos and Joel Trexler

Habitat Use of Three Abundant Predatory Fish in the Florida Everglades
Presenter: Alex Ontkos

Dillon Reio1 and René Price1
1Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA

Investigating the Effects of Land-Use Change on the Hydrologic Conditions of a Restored Agricultural Area in Everglades National Park
Presenter: Dillon Reio

Vanessa Reyes1, Shimon Wdowinski1, Emanuelle Feliciano2
1Florida International University FL, USA
2NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Seven Decades of Mangrove Dynamics along Coastal Everglades: A Remote Sensing Approach
Presenter: Vanessa Reyes

Sola, Andres; Gaiser, Evelyn; Marazzi, Luca

Effects of water depth change on phosphorus flux in benthic microbial mats: improving mechanistic models and their application in restoration
Presenter: Andres Sola

Theresa Strazisar 1, Christopher J. Madden2, and Marguerite S. Koch1
Dept. Biological Sciences, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA
South Florida Water Management District, Everglades Division, West Palm Beach, FL, USA

A Numerical Simulation Model of Ruppia maritima (Wigeongrass) at the Everglades-Florida Bay Ecotone: Model Development and Assessment of Population Persistence
Presenter: Theresa Strazisar

Kalli Unthank and Rene Price
Influence of C-111 Spreader Canal on Groundwater Levels in the C-111 Basin and Taylor Slough Area
Presenter: Kalli Unthank

Shimon Wdowinski1 and Sang-Hoon Hong2
    1 Florida International University
   2 Korea Polar Research Institute

Space-based monitoring of water level changes in the entire Everglades using Sentinel-1 InSAR observations
Presenter: Shimon Wdowinski

Benjamin J. Wilson, Shelby Servais, John S. Kominoski, Jennifer Richards, Fred Sklar, Laura Bauman, Steve Kelly, and Tiffany G. Troxler

Changes in Everglades C cycling in the face of SLR: press vs. pulse responses
Presenter: Ben Wilson

Landon Yoder
Rinku Roy Chowdhury

Trends in Phosphorus Loads in the Everglades Agricultural Area
Presenter: Landon Yoder

Junbin Zhao, Sujit Kunwor, Sparkle Malone, Steven Oberbauer, Paulo Olivas, Christina Staudhammer, Gregory Starr

How the seasonal inundation in short-hydroperiod marsh influences the sensible heat flux measured by large aperture scintillometer compared to eddy covariance technique?
Presenter: Junbin Zhao

Xiaochen Zhao1, Victor H. Rivera-Monroy1, Jennifer Richards2, Edward Castañeda-Moya3, Carlos Coronado-Molina4, Evelyn Gaiser2, Rafael Travieso3, Daniel Gann3, Megan Kelsall1
1 Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, College of the Coast and the Environment, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
2Department of Biological Sciences, School of Environment, Arts and Society, Florida International University, Miami, Florida 33199 USA
3Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA
4Wetland Watershed Sciences Division, South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, FL 33406, USA

Scrub mangrove forest spatial growth patterns and foliar productivity in the Taylor River, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA: Assessing a tagging technique for long term ecological studies
Presenter: Xiaochen Zhao

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