PAST WORKING GROUPS
Trophic Dynamics & Community Structure Working Group
(Phase II, 2007-2012)
(These publications cite FCE LTER support in the acknowledgments.)
Baber, M.J., D.L. Childers, K.J. Babbitt and D.H. Anderson. 2002. Controls on fish distribution and abundance in temporary wetlands. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 59(9): 1441-1450.
Chick, J. and J.C. Trexler. 2004. Spatial scale and abundance patterns of large fish communities in freshwater marshes of the Florida Everglades. Wetlands, 24(3): 652-664.
Cornett, Virginia C.. 2006. Spatial distribution of submerged aquatic vegetation in the Shark River Estuary and implications for understanding movement and feeding patterns of manatees (Tichechus manatus latirostris). Master's thesis, Florida International University.
DeAngelis, D.L., J.C. Trexler and D.D. Donalson. 2010. Competition dynamics in a seasonally varying wetland. Pages 1-14 In Cantrell, S., C. Cosner and S. Ruan(eds.) Spatial Ecology. Chapman Hall/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
DeAngelis, D.L., J.C. Trexler and W.F. Loftus. 2005. Life history trade-offs and community dynamics of small fishes in a seasonally pulsed wetland. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 62(4): 781-790.
Dewsbury, Bryan M.. 2006. Artificially induced aggregation of fish and their effects on nutrient regimes and primary producers in an oligotrophic subtropical estuary. Master's thesis, Florida International University.
Gandy, D.A., J.S. Rehage, J. Munyon, K.B. Gestring and J.I. Galvez. 2012. Canals as Vectors for Fish Movement: Potential Southward Range Expansion of Lepisosteus osseus L. (Longnose Gar) in South Florida. Southeastern Naturalist, 11: 253-262.
Goss, Charles . 2006. Fish colonization of temporary wetlands in the context of the Everglades landscape. Master's thesis, Florida International University.
Heithaus, M.R., A. Frid, J.J. Vaudo, B. Worm and A.J. Wirsing. 2010. Unraveling the ecological importance of elasmobranchs. Pages 611-637 In Heithaus, M.R., J.C. Carrier and J. Musick(eds.) The biology of sharks and their relatives II: Biodiversity, adaptive physiology, and conservation. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Jopp, F., D.L. DeAngelis and J.C. Trexler. 2011. Chapter 18. Trophic Cascades and Food Web Stability in Fish Communities of the Everglades. Pages 257-268 In Jopp, F., H. Reuter and B. Breckling(eds.) Modelling Complex Ecological Dynamics- An Introduction into Ecological Modeling for Students, Teachers & Scientists. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Jopp, F., D.L. DeAngelis and J.C. Trexler. 2010. Modeling seasonal dynamics of small fish cohorts in fluctuating freshwater marsh landscapes. Landscape Ecology, 25(7): 1041-1054.
Layman, C.A., M.S. Araujo, R. Boucek, E. Harrison, Z.R. Jud, P. Matich, C.M. Hammerschlag-Peyer, A.E. Rosenblatt, J.J. Vaudo, L.A. Yeager, D. Post and S. Bearhop. 2012. Applying Stable Isotopes to Examine Food Web Structure: An Overview of Analytical Tools. Biological Reviews, 87: 542-562.
Liston, S.E., S. Newman and J.C. Trexler. 2008. Macroinvertebrate Community Response to Eutrophication in an Oligotrophic Wetland: An in situ Mesocosm Experiment. Wetlands, 28(3): 686-694.
Sih, A., D.I. Bolnick, B. Luttbeg, J.L. Orrock, S.D. Peacor, L.M. Pintor, E. Preisser, J.S. Rehage and J.R. Vonesh. 2010. Predator-prey naivete', antipredator behavior, and the ecology of predator invasions. Oikos, 119(4): 610-621.
Smith, Shawn Elizabeth. 2004. Defining the role of floating periphyton mats in shaping food-web dynamics in the Florida Everglades. Ph.D. dissertation, Florida International University.
Stevenson, C. and D.L. Childers. 2004. Hydroperiod and seasonal effects on fish decomposition in an oligotrophic Everglades marsh. Wetlands, 24(3): 529-537.
Stevenson, Christine Elizabeth. 2001. Fish decomposition and the role of fish detritus in nutrient cycling within an oligotrophic Everglades freshwater marsh. Master's thesis, Florida International University.
Trexler, J.C. and D.L. DeAngelis. 2010. Modeling the evolution of complex reproductive adaptations in poeciliid fishes: Matrotrophy and superfetation. Pages 231-240 In Uribe, M.C. and H.J. Greer(eds.) Viviparous Fishes II. New Life Publications, Homestead, FL.
Trexler, J.C., D.L. DeAngelis and J. Jiang. 2011. Community assembly and mode of reproduction: predicting the distribution of livebearing fishes. In Evans, J., A. Pilastro and I. Schlupp(eds.) Ecology and Evolution of Poeciliid Fishes. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.
Trexler, J.C., W.F. Loftus and J. Chick. 2003. Setting and monitoring restoration goals in the absence of historical data: The case of fishes in the Florida Everglades. Pages 351-376 In Busch, D.E. and J.C. Trexler(eds.) Monitoring Ecosystems: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Evaluating Ecoregional Initiatives. Island Press, Washington, D.C..
Williams, Alissa Jade. 2004. Hydrology and primary production influence food-web patterns in the Florida Everglades. Master's thesis, Florida International University.
(These publications do not cite FCE LTER support in the acknowledgments, but are related to FCE research)