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Franco Tobias collecting a periphyton sample at TS/Ph-3, Taylor Slough

Photographer:   Rafael Travieso
Location:   TS/Ph-3
Date:   May 12, 2011

Preying mantis

Photographer:   Virginia Fernandez
Location:   Everglades National Park
Date:   November 1, 2010

The review panel visiting TS/Ph-3 during the 2009 Midterm Review

Photographer:   Evelyn Gaiser
Location:   TS/Ph-3
Date:   October 15, 2009

Ph.D. student Greg Koch descibes his research to the 2009 Midterm Review panel at TS/Ph-3

Photographer:   Evelyn Gaiser
Location:   TS/Ph-3
Date:   October 15, 2009

Aerial photo of SRS-2

Photographer:   Evelyn Gaiser
Location:   SRS-2
Date:   June 26, 2009

Long-hydroperiod Everglades marsh under extremely dry conditions, late dry season, 2009 (near SRS2)

Photographer:   Jessica Schedlbauer
Location:   SRS2
Date:   May 12, 2009

Eddy covariance tower in long-hydroperiod Everglades marsh in mid-dry season, 2009 (at SRS2)

Photographer:   Jessica Schedlbauer
Location:   SRS2
Date:   April 1, 2009

A tapestry of land uses and land covers typify our study site. Here, a commercial farm surrounds a new residential development.

Photographer:   Patrik E. Kelly
Location:   
Date:   December 25, 2008

Aerial photo of Southern Shark River Slough

Photographer:   Evelyn Gaiser
Location:   Southern Shark River Slough
Date:   October 31, 2008

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