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Biogeochemical Cycling

  • Anthropogenic and climate caused changes of habitats and water quality in Florida Bay
  • Biodiversity of micro-fungi (yeast)
  • CO2 and O2 air-water exchange in Florida Bay
  • Characterization of diatom communities and development of diatom-based models for Biscayne Bay
  • Chemical and biological exchange of carbon and nutrients in an Everglades fringe mangrove forest
  • Developing ecosystem response indicators to hydrologic and nutrient modifications in Northeast Shark River Slough
  • Distribution of Diatoms and Development of Diatom-Based Inferences of Environmental Change in Florida Bay
  • Water quality, productivity, soil nutrients, and physical data in Shark River Slough
  • Dynamics of ecosystem metabolism in the pond and creek pattern of estuarine Taylor River
  • Ecological Assessment of Florida Bay and adjacent Mangrove Wetlands
  • Effects of Modified Water Delivery in the C-111 Canal Basin on the Wetland Transition Zone
  • Effects of Tamiami Trail swale creation on ecosystem structure and nutrient delivery to Everglades National Park
  • Mangrove biogeochemical processes
  • Microbial dynamics and DOM cycling
  • Monitoring the effects of modified water delivery in the Southern Everglades
  • Monthly monitoring (Fluorescence, UV, Humic and non-Humic Carbon, Carbohydrates, and DOC)
  • Nutrient Exchange between Florida Bay and the Everglades' Salinity Transition Zone
  • Nutrient Exchange between Florida Bay and the Everglades' Salinity Transition Zone: Phase II
  • Nutrient dynamics in Taylor River mangrove ecotone
  • Sources and Sinks of Methyl Halides in the Florida Everglades and Coastal Waters
  • Water Quality Monitoring Network
  • The Effects of Projected Sea-Level Rise on Everglades Coastal Ecosystems
  • Southern Everglades Integrated Monitoring and Science Program
  • Volume transport and nutrient loading to Florida Bay through East Cape Channel
  • Organic Matter Dynamics

  • Anthropogenic and climate caused changes of habitats and water quality in Florida Bay
  • Chemical and biological exchange of carbon and nutrients in an Everglades fringe mangrove forest
  • Chemical characteristics of dissolved organic matter
  • Developing ecosystem response indicators to hydrologic and nutrient modifications in Northeast Shark River Slough
  • Importance of Water Flow to Everglades Landscape Structure and Sediment Transport
  • Water quality, productivity, soil nutrients, and physical data in Shark River Slough
  • Dynamics of soil iron, phosphorus and sulfur cycling
  • Ecological Assessment of Florida Bay and adjacent Mangrove Wetlands
  • Effects of Tamiami Trail swale creation on ecosystem structure and nutrient delivery to Everglades National Park
  • Mangrove biogeochemical processes
  • Monitoring the effects of modified water delivery in the Southern Everglades
  • Nutrient dynamics in Taylor River mangrove ecotone
  • Physical and microbial processing of dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) - Taylor Slough and Florida Bay
  • Pools of Phosphorus, Iron and Sulfur in soils
  • Quantitative and qualitative aspects of dissolved organic carbon leached from plant biomass
  • The Effects of Projected Sea-Level Rise on Everglades Coastal Ecosystems
  • Southern Everglades Integrated Monitoring and Science Program
  • Understanding Cladium jamaicense dynamics over the last century
  • Trophic Dynamics & Community Structure

  • An Integrative Approach to Understanding Top-down and Bottom-up Processes limiting Snail Populations in the Everglades
  • Anthropogenic and climate caused changes of habitats and water quality in Florida Bay
  • Biodiversity of micro-fungi (yeast)
  • Characterization of diatom communities and development of diatom-based models for Biscayne Bay
  • Chemical and biological exchange of carbon and nutrients in an Everglades fringe mangrove forest
  • Comparing food web structure between Everglades and other calcareous wetlands of the Caribbean
  • Developing ecosystem response indicators to hydrologic and nutrient modifications in Northeast Shark River Slough
  • Distribution and habitat use of juvenile bull sharks in a coastal estuarine ecosystem
  • Distribution of Diatoms and Development of Diatom-Based Inferences of Environmental Change in Florida Bay
  • Distribution of large predatory sharks in a coastal estuarine ecosystem
  • Effects of Tamiami Trail swale creation on ecosystem structure and nutrient delivery to Everglades National Park
  • Fish community dynamics at the marsh-mangrove interface
  • Habitat use and movement patterns of the American alligator
  • Periphyton Biomass and Productivity
  • Spatial and temporal variation in diets of American alligators
  • Spatial, temporal, and individual variation in the diet of juvenile bull sharks in a coastal estuary
  • Stable isotope turnover rates of multiple American alligator tissues
  • Hydrology and Water Policies

  • Anthropogenic and climate caused changes of habitats and water quality in Florida Bay
  • Changes in groundwater discharge to the oligotrophic ecotone
  • Characterization of diatom communities and development of diatom-based models for Biscayne Bay
  • Developing ecosystem response indicators to hydrologic and nutrient modifications in Northeast Shark River Slough
  • Distribution of Diatoms and Development of Diatom-Based Inferences of Environmental Change in Florida Bay
  • Importance of Water Flow to Everglades Landscape Structure and Sediment Transport
  • Effects of Tamiami Trail swale creation on ecosystem structure and nutrient delivery to Everglades National Park
  • A Social Survey of Environmental Organizations in the Florida Everglades
  • Estimates of groundwater discharge to a coastal wetland using multiple techniques
  • Evapotranspiration, Ecohydrology and Hydrogeochemistry in Two Coastal Mangrove Ecotones: A Remote Sensing Approach
  • Grass, Water, and Neighborhoods: Is Urbanization Making America Socially and Ecologically Homogeneous?
  • Nutrient dynamics in Taylor River mangrove ecotone
  • Response of carbon dioxide, water, and energy exchange of peat and marl wetlands to changes in hydroperiod
  • Social-Political Dynamics of Everglades Water Management
  • Temporal Changes in Water Residence Time and Water Quality in Taylor Slough ? Everglades National Park
  • The influence of vegetation on the hydrodynamics and geomorphology of a tree island in Everglades National Park
  • Understanding Cladium jamaicense dynamics over the last century
  • Primary Production

  • Understanding the Effects of Increased Freshwater Inputs and Salt Water Intrusion on the Current and Future Greenhouse Carbon Balance of Everglade Wetlands
  • Comparing food web structure between Everglades and other calcareous wetlands of the Caribbean
  • Developing ecosystem response indicators to hydrologic and nutrient modifications in Northeast Shark River Slough
  • Water quality, productivity, soil nutrients, and physical data in Shark River Slough
  • Effects of Modified Water Delivery in the C-111 Canal Basin on the Wetland Transition Zone: A Pilot Study
  • Effects of Modified Water Delivery in the C-111 Canal Basin on the Wetland Transition Zone
  • Effects of Tamiami Trail swale creation on ecosystem structure and nutrient delivery to Everglades National Park
  • Mangrove biogeochemical processes
  • Influence of periphyton on carbon dioxide sequestration in Everglades marshes
  • Large-scale assessment of mangrove landscape changes
  • Mapping diatom community patterns along gradients of phosphorus, hydrology, and conductivity across Everglades regions
  • Monitoring the effects of modified water delivery in the Southern Everglades
  • Periphyton Biomass and Productivity
  • Response of carbon dioxide, water, and energy exchange of peat and marl wetlands to changes in hydroperiod
  • Southern Everglades Integrated Monitoring and Science Program
  • Vulnerability Assessment of Mangrove Forests Regions of the Americas
  • Climate & Disturbance Legacies

  • Anthropogenic and climate caused changes of habitats and water quality in Florida Bay
  • Developing ecosystem response indicators to hydrologic and nutrient modifications in Northeast Shark River Slough
  • Ecological Assessment of Florida Bay and adjacent Mangrove Wetlands
  • Effects of Tamiami Trail swale creation on ecosystem structure and nutrient delivery to Everglades National Park
  • Ethnographic Overview and Assessment for Everglades National Park
  • Expanding US-Mexican Cooperation in the Study of Hurricane Effects to the Greater Caribbean Basin
  • Grass, Water, and Neighborhoods: Is Urbanization Making America Socially and Ecologically Homogeneous?
  • Land Cover Change in Southern Miami-Dade County
  • Large-scale assessment of mangrove landscape changes
  • Nutrient dynamics in Taylor River mangrove ecotone
  • Resilience and Vulnerablilty to Hurricane Andrew
  • The Effects of Projected Sea-Level Rise on Everglades Coastal Ecosystems
  • Political Ecology of Land Use Change
  • Understanding Cladium jamaicense dynamics over the last century
  • Using WPA Archival Data to Examine Historic Land Use in Miami-Dade County
  • Vulnerability Assessment of Mangrove Forests Regions of the Americas
  • Carbon Dynamics

  • CO2 and O2 air-water exchange in Florida Bay
  • Chemical and biological exchange of carbon and nutrients in an Everglades fringe mangrove forest
  • Understanding the Effects of Increased Freshwater Inputs and Salt Water Intrusion on the Current and Future Greenhouse Carbon Balance of Everglade Wetlands
  • Influence of periphyton on carbon dioxide sequestration in Everglades marshes
  • Microbial dynamics and DOM cycling
  • Monthly monitoring (Fluorescence, UV, Humic and non-Humic Carbon, Carbohydrates, and DOC)
  • Response of carbon dioxide, water, and energy exchange of peat and marl wetlands to changes in hydroperiod
  • The Effects of Projected Sea-Level Rise on Everglades Coastal Ecosystems
  • Modeling & Synthesis

  • Anthropogenic and climate caused changes of habitats and water quality in Florida Bay
  • Characterization of diatom communities and development of diatom-based models for Biscayne Bay
  • Distribution of Diatoms and Development of Diatom-Based Inferences of Environmental Change in Florida Bay
  • Expanding US-Mexican Cooperation in the Study of Hurricane Effects to the Greater Caribbean Basin
  • Nutrient dynamics in Taylor River mangrove ecotone
  • Understanding Cladium jamaicense dynamics over the last century



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