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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Biogeochemistry Working Group

FCE Projects:

Nutrient Exchange between Florida Bay and the Everglades' Salinity Transition Zone
1995 - 1998
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

Nutrient Exchange between Florida Bay and the Everglades' Salinity Transition Zone: Phase II
1999 - 2001
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

Microbial dynamics and DOM cycling in FCE LTER sites
2000 - 2006
Contact: Joseph Boyer

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

Anthropogenic and climate caused changes of habitats and water quality along a coastal gradient in Florida Bay, USA
2002 - 2009
Contact: Anna Wachnicka

Biodiversity of micro-fungi (yeast) in the south Florida Everglades Watershed Ecosystem
2002 - 2007
Contact: Jack Fell

Monthly monitoring (Fluorescence, UV, Humic and non-Humic Carbon, Carbohydrates, and DOC) data for Shark River Slough, Taylor Slough, and Florida Bay, Everglades National Park
2002 - 2004
Contact: Rudolf Jaffe

South Florida Coastal Water Quality Monitoring Network
2002 - 2006
Contact: Joseph Boyer

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

CO2 and O2 air-water exchange in Florida Bay: Hydrodynamic controls on the gas transfer velocity (k) and linkages to net ecosystem metabolism
2004 - 2006
Contact: Joseph Boyer

Chemical and biological exchange of carbon and nutrients in an Everglades fringe mangrove forest
2004 - 2008
Contact: Kim de Mutsert

Characterization of diatom communities and development of diatom-based salinity, water nutrients and organic carbon prediction models for Biscayne Bay, USA
2005 - 2005
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

Distribution of Diatoms and Development of Diatom-Based Inferences of Environmental Change in Florida Bay and Adjacent Coastal Wetlands of South Florida
2006 - 2007
Contact: Anna Wachnicka

Nutrient dynamics in Taylor River mangrove ecotone
2006 - 2008
Contact: Stephen Davis

Volume transport and nutrient loading to Florida Bay through East Cape Channel
2006 - 2008
Contact: Joe Boyer

Dynamics of ecosystem metabolism, flocculent detrital source and transport and nutrient spiraling in the pond and creek pattern of estuarine Taylor River
2008 - 2009
Contact: Greg Koch

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

Sources and Sinks of Methyl Halides in the Florida Everglades and Coastal Waters
2010 - 2013
Contact: Norman Scully

Ecological Assessment of Florida Bay and adjacent Mangrove Wetlands
2013 - 2016
Contact: Tiffany Troxler

The Effects of Projected Sea-Level Rise on Everglades Coastal Ecosystems: Evaluating the Potential For and Mechanisms of Peat Collapse Using Integrated Mesocosm and Field Manipulations
2014 - 2016
Contact: Tiffany Troxler

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