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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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Carbon Cycling Cross-Cutting Theme

FCE Publications:
(These publications cite FCE LTER support in the acknowledgments.)
Anderson, W.T., L.S.L. Sternberg, M.C. Pinzon, T. Troxler-Gann, D.L. Childers and M. Duever. 2005. Carbon isotopic composition of cypress trees from South Florida and changing hydrologic condition. Dendrochronologia, 23(1): 1-10.

Barr, Dane . 2006. Incorporating tidal energy advection into the energy balance for a mangrove forest in the Florida Everglades. Master's thesis, University of Virginia.

Barr, J.G., J.D. Fuentes, N. Wang, Y. Edmonds, J.C. Zieman, B.P. Hayden and D.L. Childers. 2003. Red mangroves emit hydrocarbons. Southeastern Naturalist, 2(4): 499-510.

Barr, J.G., J.D. Fuentes, T.L. O'Halloran, D. Barr and J.C. Zieman. 2006. Carbon assimilation by mangrove forests in the Florida Everglades. Amalgam, 1: 27-37.

Barr, Jordan G.. 2005. Carbon assimilation by riverine mangroves in the Florida Everglades. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia.

Bouillon, S., A.V. Borges, E. Castañeda, K. Diele, T. Dittmar, N.C. Duke, E. Kristensen, S.Y. Lee, C. Marchand, J.J. Middelburg, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, R.R. Twilley and T.J. Smith. 2008. Mangrove production and carbon sinks: A revision of global budget estimates. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 22: GB2013.

Breithaupt, Joshua L.. 2012. Organic Carbon Burial Rates in Mangrove Soils: Global Context and a Preliminary Investigation of the Coastal Everglades. Master's thesis, University of South Florida St. Petersburg.

Campbell, Justin . 2012. The Effects of Carbon Dioxide Fertilization on the Ecology of Tropical Seagrass Communities. Ph.D. dissertation, Florida International University.

Castañeda, Edward . 2010. Landscape Patterns of Community Structure, Biomass and Net Primary Productivity of Mangrove Forests in the Florida Coastal Everglades as a Function of Resources, Regulators, Hydroperiod, and Hurricane Disturbance. Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University.

Krauss, K.W., R.R. Twilley, T.W. Doyle and E.S. Gardiner. 2006. Leaf gas exchange characteristics of three neotropical mangrove species in response to varying hydroperiod. Tree Physiology, 26: 959-968.

Mancera-Pineda, J.E., R.R. Twilley and 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.

Rivera-Monroy, V.H., E. Castañeda-Moya, J.G. Barr, V. Engel, J.D. Fuentes, T. Troxler, R.R. Twilley, S. Bouillon, T.J. Smith and T.L. O'Halloran. 2013. Current Methods to Evaluate Net Primary Production and Carbon Budgets in Mangrove Forests. Pages 243-288 In Delaune, R.D., K.R. Reddy, P. Megonigal and C. Richardson(eds.) Methods in Biogeochemistry of Wetlands. Soil Science Society of America Book Series, .

Williams, Clayton . 2008. Relative significance of pelagic, benthic, and allochthonous organic matter to microbial carbon cycling in a phosphorus-depleted subtropical estuary (Florida Bay). Ph.D. dissertation, Florida International University.

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