Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research
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Biogeochemical Cycling Working Group
(Phase II, 2007-2012)

FCE Publications:
(These publications cite FCE LTER support in the acknowledgments.)
Armitage, A.R., T.A. Frankovich, K.L. HeckJr., J.W. Fourqurean. 2005. Experimental nutrient enrichment causes complex changes in seagrass, microalgae, and macroalgae community structure in Florida Bay. Estuaries, 28(3): 422-434.

Boyer, J.N., P.J. Gibson. 2005. Nutrient Mass Flux between Florida Bay and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Technical Report # NA16OP2551

Davis, S.E., J.E. Cable, D.L. Childers, C. Coronado-Molina, J.W. Day, C.D. Hittle, C.J. Madden, D. Rudnick, E. Reyes, F. Sklar. 2004. Importance of Episodic Storm Events in Controlling Ecosystem Structure and Function in a Gulf Coast Estuary. Journal of Coastal Research, 20(4): 1198-1208.

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.

Ferdie, Meredith . 2002. Nutrient Limitation of Benthic Primary Production in the Upper Florida Keys. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

Fourqurean, J.W., J. Schrlau. 2003. Changes in nutrient content and stable isotope ratios of C and N during decomposition of seagrasses and mangrove leaves along a nutrient availability gradient in Florida Bay, USA. Chemistry and Ecology, 19(5): 373-390.

Fourqurean, J.W., J.N. Boyer, M.J. Durako, L.N. Hefty, B.J. Peterson. 2003. Forecasting the response of seagrass distribution to changing water quality: statistical models from monitoring data. Ecological Applications, 13(2): 474-489.

Fourqurean, J.W., S.P. Escorcia, W.T. Anderson, J.C. Zieman. 2005. Spatial and seasonal variability in elemental content, d13C and d15N of Thalassia testudinum from south Florida and its implication for ecosystem studies. Estuaries, 28(3): 447-461.

Gaiser, E.E., J.C. Trexler, J.H. Richards, D.L. Childers, D. Lee, A.L. Edwards, L.J. Scinto, K. Jayachandran, G.B. Noe, R.D. Jones. 2005. Cascading ecological effects of low-level phosphorus enrichment in the Florida Everglades. Journal of Environmental Quality, 34(2): 717-723.

Gaiser, E.E., J.H. Richards, J.C. Trexler, R.D. Jones, D.L. Childers. 2006. Periphyton responses to eutrophication in the Florida Everglades: Cross-system patterns of structural and compositional change. Limnology and Oceanography, 51(1): 617-630.

Gann, Tiffany Troxler. 2001. Investigating tree island community response to increased freshwater flow in the Southern Everglades. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

Gibson, Patrick J.. 2005. Volume transport and nutrient loading between Florida Bay and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary though Long Key Channel. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

Glibert, P.M., C. Heil, D.T. Rudnick, C.J. Madden, J.N. Boyer, S.P. Kelly. 2009. Florida Bay: Water quality status and trends, historic and emerging algal bloom problems. Contributions in Marine Science, 38: 5-17.

Glibert, P.M., J.N. Boyer, C. Heil, C.J. Madden, B. Sturgis, C.S. Wazniak. 2010. Blooms in lagoons: Different from Those of River-Dominated Estuaries. Pages 98-113 In Kennish, M.J., H.W. Paerl (eds.) Coastal Lagoons: Critical Habitats of Environmental Change. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Mancera-Pineda, J.E., R.R. Twilley, V.H. Rivera-Monroy. 2009. Carbon (d13c) and Nitrogen (d15n) Isotopic Discrimination in Mangroves in Florida Coastal Everglades as a Function of Environmental Stress. Contributions in Marine Science, 38: 109-129.

Rubio, Gustavo . 2004. Macrophyte Decomposition and Litter Fall Dynamics in the Everglades Ecotones. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

Scully, N.M., N. Maie, S. Dailey, J. Boyer, R.D. Jones, R. Jaffe. 2004. Early diagenesis of plant-derived dissolved organic matter along a wetland, mangrove, estuary ecotone. Limnology and Oceanography, 49(5): 1667-1678.

Stevenson, C., 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.

Troxler, T.. 2010. Monitoring for Potential Water Quality Impacts along the Eastern Boundary of Everglades National Park, Including Taylor Slough. Final Report submitted to Everglades National Park, National Park Service

Troxler-Gann, T.. 2002. Response of Everglades tree islands to increased freshwater flow (Florida). Ecological Restoration, 20(3): 211-212.

Troxler-Gann, Tiffany . 2005. Investigating biogeochemical connectivity in a complex wetland landscape: N sources and mechanisms of N sequestration in forested islands of the southern Everglades. Ph.D. dissertation, Florida International University.

Twilley, R.R., V.H. Rivera-Monroy. 2009. Ecogeomorphic Models of Nutrient Biogeochemistry for Mangrove Wetlands. Pages 641-675 In Perillo, G.M.E., E. Wolanski, D.R. Cahoon, M.M. Brinson(eds.) Coastal Wetlands: An Integrated Ecosystem Approach. Elsevier, New York, NY.

Twilley, R.R., V.H. Rivera-Monroy. 2005. Developing performance measures of mangrove wetlands using simulation models of hydrology, nutrient biogeochemistry, and community dynamics. Journal of Coastal Research, 40: 79-95.

Williams, C.J., J.N. Boyer, F.J. Jochem. 2008. Indirect hurricane effects on resource availability and microbial communities in a subtropical wetland - estuary transition zone. Estuaries and Coasts, 31(1): 204-214.

Wozniak, Jeffrey R.. 2006. Quantifying nitrogen cycling rates in freshwater marshes of the southern Everglades using 15N tracer techniques. Ph.D. dissertation, Florida International University.

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