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 Projects:

Effects of Modified Water Delivery in the C-111 Canal Basin on the Wetland Transition Zone: A Pilot Study of Pre-Levee Removal Conditions
1997 - 1997
Contact: Daniel Childers

Effects of Modified Water Delivery in the C-111 Canal Basin on the Wetland Transition Zone: Ecological Effects of Changes in Marsh Inundation Regimes
1998 - 2000
Contact: Daniel Childers

Dr. Daniel Childers FCE-LTER Funded Research
2000 - 2006
Contact: Daniel Childers

Florida Coastal Everglades LTER - Mangrove Biogeochemical processes
2000 - 2006
Contact: Robert R. Twilley, Victor H. Rivera-Monroy

Monitoring the effects of modified water delivery in the Southern Everglades; Integrated Taylor Slough and C-111 Basin Research
2001 - 2004
Contact: Daniel Childers

Periphyton Biomass and Productivity
2001 -
Contact: Evelyn Gaiser

The Southern Everglades Integrated Monitoring and Science Program
2002 - 2005
Contact: Daniel Childers

Large-scale assessment of mangrove landscape changes using enhanced Shuttle Radar Topography Mission data, LIDAR data, and ground observations
2004 - 2007
Contact: Marc Simard

Comparing food web structure between Everglades and other calcareous wetlands of the Caribbean
2006 - 2008
Contact: Evelyn Gaiser

Developing ecosystem response indicators to hydrologic and nutrient modifications in Northeast Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park
2006 - 2008
Contact: Evelyn Gaiser

Influence of periphyton on carbon dioxide sequestration along enrichment and hydrologic gradients in Everglades marshes
2007 - 2008
Contact: Jay Munyon

Response of carbon dioxide, water, and energy exchange of peat and marl wetlands in the Florida Everglades to changes in hydroperiod
2007 - 2010
Contact: Steven Oberbauer

Effects of Tamiami Trail swale creation on ecosystem structure and nutrient delivery to Everglades National Park
2009 - 2011
Contact: Evelyn Gaiser

Mapping diatom community patterns along gradients of phosphorus, hydrology, and conductivity across Everglades regions
2009 - 2010
Contact: Sylvia Lee

Vulnerability Assessment of Mangrove Forests Regions of the Americas
2013 - 2016
Contact: Marc Simard

Collaborative Research: Understanding the Effects of Increased Freshwater Inputs and Salt Water Intrusion on the Current and Future Greenhouse Carbon Balance of Everglade Wetlands
2016 - 2019
Contact: Steve Oberbauer

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