Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research
Florida Coastal Everglades LTER - Current Working Groups
Current Working Groups

The current phase of the FCE LTER program is organized into four working groups and four cross-cutting themes. Each working group or cross-cutting theme focuses on a set of key research questions and/or major processes being quantified by the LTER program.
Working Groups Cross-cutting Themes
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FCE Publications:
(These publications cite FCE LTER support in the acknowledgments.)
Gann, Tiffany Troxler. 2001. Investigating tree island community response to increased freshwater flow in the Southern Everglades. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

Mead, Ralph N.. 2003. Organic matter dynamics in the Florida coastal Everglades : A molecular marker and isotopic approach. Ph.D. dissertation, Florida International University.

Ruiz Halpern, Sergio . 2006. Response of the seagrass Thalassia testudinum to experimental manipulations of sedimentary iron and organic matter in a subtropical carbonate environment. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

Xu, Yunping . 2005. Origin, transport and fate of organic matter in Florida Bay: A biomarker record of historical environmental changes. Ph.D. dissertation, Florida International University.

Yang, Chengyong . 2002. Molecular characterization of dissolved organic matter in the Florida coastal Everglades. Master's thesis, Florida International University.



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(These publications do not cite FCE LTER support in the acknowledgments, but are related to FCE research)
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