Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research
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Trophic Dynamics & Community Structure Working Group
(Phase I, 2000-2006)

FCE Publications

Cornett, Virginia C. 2006. Spatial distribution of submerged aquatic vegetation in the Shark River Estuary and implications for understanding movement and feeding patterns of manatees (Tichechus manatus latirostris). Master's thesis, Florida International University.

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.

Goss, Charles 2006. Fish colonization of temporary wetlands in the context of the Everglades landscape. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

Smith, Shawn Elizabeth 2004. Defining the role of floating periphyton mats in shaping food-web dynamics in the Florida Everglades. Ph.D. dissertation, Florida International University.

Williams, Alissa Jade 2004. Hydrology and primary production influence food-web patterns in the Florida Everglades. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

Trexler, J.C., W.F. Loftus and J. Chick 2003. Setting and monitoring restoration goals in the absence of historical data: The case of fishes in the Florida Everglades. Pages 351-376 In Busch, D.E. and J.C. Trexler(eds.) . Island Press, Washington, D.C..

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.

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