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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Climate & Disturbance Legacies Cross-Cutting Theme

FCE Publications:
(These publications cite FCE LTER support in the acknowledgments.)
Brondizio, E. and R. Roy Chowdhury. 2010. Spatio-temporal methodologies in Environmental Anthropology: Geographic Information Systems, remote sensing, landscape changes and local knowledge. Pages 266-298 In Vaccaro, I., E.A. Smith and S. Aswani(eds.) Society and Environment: Methods and Research Design. Cambridge University Press, .

Chambers, L.G., S.E. Davis and T. Troxler. 2015. Sea Level Rise in the Everglades: Plant-Soil-Microbial Feedbacks in Response to Changing Physical Conditions. Pages 89-114 In Entry, J., K. Jayachandran, A.D. Gottlieb and A. Ogram(eds.) Microbiology of the Everglades Ecosystem. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Danielson, Tess Marie. 2016. Everglades Mangrove Forest Response to Large-Scale Disturbance: Long-Term Assessment of Structural and Functional Properties. Master's thesis, Louisiana State University.

Hollander, G.. 2008. Raising Cane in the Glades: The Global Sugar Trade and the Transformation of Florida. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Malone, Sparkle . 2014. Hydrology drives Everglades ecosystem function: implications for ecosystem vulnerability to drought, energy balance, climate teleconnections and climate change. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Alabama.

Nodine, Emily . 2014. Evidence of climate variability and tropical cyclone activity from diatom assemblage dynamics in coastal southwest Florida. Ph.D. dissertation, Florida International University.

Ogden, L.A.. 2011. Swamplife: People, Gators, and Mangroves Entangled in the Everglades. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN. 224 pp.

Rivera-Monroy, V.H., E. Castañeda-Moya and R.R. Twilley. 2011. Mangrove forest functioning in response to hurricane disturbance. Final Report. Sub award 4126-LSU-TU-L600. Funded by the National Institute for Climatic Change Research (NICCR) Coastal Center at Tulane University. Office of Biological and Environmental Research (BER) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

Saunders, C.J., D.L. Childers, W.T. Anderson, J. Lynch and R. Jaffe. 2007. Understanding Cladium jamaicense dynamics over the last century in ENP using simulation modeling and paleoecological data - 24 month Report. Everglades National Park, National Park Service (#EVER-00278)

Sklar, F.H., J.F. Meeder, T. Troxler, T.W. Dreschel, S.E. Davis and P.L. Ruiz. 2019. Chapter 16 - The Everglades: At the Forefront of Transition. Pages 277-292 In Wolanski, E., J.W. Day, M. Elliott and R. Ramachandran(eds.) Coasts and Estuaries: The Future. Elsevier, .

Whelan, Kevin . 2005. The successional dynamics of lightning-initiated canopy gaps in the mangrove forests of Shark River, Everglades National Park, USA. Ph.D. dissertation, 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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