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TEXT Authors - Year - Title - Journal/Source
(2009) Cerna, B., Rejmankova, E., Snyder, J.M. and Santruckova, H. Heterotrophic nitrogen fixation in oligotrophic tropical marshes: changes after phosphorus addition. Hydrobiologia 627(1), 55-65
(2009) Chang, C.C.Y., McCormick, P.V., Newman, S. and Elliott, E.M. Isotopic indicators of environmental change in a subtropical wetland. Ecological Indicators 9(5), 825-836.
(2009) Cohen, M.J., Lamsal, S., Osborne, T.Z., Bonzongo, J.C.J., Newman, S. and Reddy, K.R. Soil Total Mercury Concentrations across the Greater Everglades. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73(2), 675-685.
(2009) Harvey, J.W. and McCormick, P.V. Groundwater's significance to changing hydrology, water chemistry, and biological communities of a floodplain ecosystem, Everglades, South Florida, USA. Hydrogeology Journal 17(1), 185-201

(2009) Harvey, J.W. and McCormick, P.V. Groundwater's significance to changing hydrology, water chemistry, and biological communities of a floodplain ecosystem, Everglades, South Florida, USA. Hydrogeology Journal 17(1), 185-201.

(2009) Harvey, J.W., Schaffranek, R.W., Noe, G.B., Larsen, L.G., Nowacki, D.J. and O'Connor, B.L. Hydroecological factors governing surface water flow on a low-gradient floodplain. Water Resources Research 45, Art.No.W03421.

(2009) Heithaus, M.R., Delius, B.K., Wirsing, A.J. and Dunphy-Daly, M.M. Physical factors influencing the distribution of a top predator in a subtropical oligotrophic estuary. Limnology and Oceanography 54(2), 472-482.

(2009) Herring, G., Gawlik, D.E. and Rumbold, D.G. Feather mercury concentrations and physiological condition of great egret and white ibis nestlings in the Florida Everglades. Science of the Total Environment 407(8), 2641-2649.

(2009) Knickerbocker, C.M., Leitholf, S., Stephens, E.L., Keellings, D.J., Laird, H., Anderson, C.J.R., Fauth, J.E. and Quintana-Ascencio, P.F. Tree Encroachment of A Sawgrass (Cladlum jamaicense) Marsh within an Increasingly Urbanized Ecosystem. Natural Areas Journal 29(1), 15-26.

(2009) Larsen, L.G., Harvey, J.W., Noe, G.B. and Crimaldi, J.P. Predicting organic floc transport dynamics in shallow aquatic ecosystems: Insights from the field, the laboratory, and numerical modeling. Water Resources Research 45, Art.No.W01411.

(2009) Marshall, F.E., Wingard, G.L. and Pitts, P. A Simulation of Historic Hydrology and Salinity in Everglades National Park: Coupling Paleoecologic Assemblage Data with Regression Models. Estuaries and Coasts 32(1), 37-53.

(2009) McCormick, P., Newman, S. and Vilchek, L. Landscape responses to wetland eutrophication: loss of slough habitat in the Florida Everglades, USA. Hydrobiologia 621(105-114.

(2009) Miao, S.L. and Zou, C.B. Seasonal variation in seed bank composition and its interaction with nutrient enrichment in the Everglades wetlands. Aquatic Botany 90(2), 157-164.

(2009) Miao, S.L., Zou, C.B. and Breshears, D.D. Vegetation Responses to Extreme Hydrological Events: Sequence Matters. American Naturalist 173(1), 113-118.

(2009) Min, J.H. and Wise, W.R. Simulating short-circuiting flow in a constructed wetland: the implications of bathymetry and vegetation effects. Hydrological Processes 23(6), 830-841.

(2009) Richardson, T.C., Robison, C.P., Neubauer, C.P. and Hall, G.B. Hydrologic Signature Analysis of Select Organic Hydric Soil Indicators in Northeastern Florida. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73(3), 831-840.

(2009) Saha, A.K., Sternberg, L. and Miralles-Wilhelm, F. Linking water sources with foliar nutrient status in upland plant communities in the Everglades National Park, USA. Ecohydrology 2(1), 42-54.

(2009) Simoneit, B.R.T., Xu, Y.P., Neto, R.R., Cloutier, J.B. and Jaffe, R. Photochemical alteration of 3-oxygenated triterpenoids: Implications for the origin of 3,4-seco-triterpenoids in sediments. Chemosphere 74(4), 543-550.

(2009) Smith, T.J., Anderson, G.H., Balentine, K., Tiling, G., Ward, G.A. and Whelan, K.R.T. Cumulative Impacts of Hurricanes on Florida Mangrove Ecosystems: Sediment Deposition, Storm Surges and Vegetation. Wetlands 29(1), 24-34.

(2009) Utescher, T., Ivanov, D., Harzhauser, M., Bozukov, V., Ashraf, A.R., Rolf, C., Urbat, M. and Mosbrugger, V. Cyclic climate and vegetation change in the late Miocene of Western Bulgaria. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 272(1-2), 99-114.

(2009) Wang, H.Q., Walclon, M.G., Meselhe, E.A., Arceneaux, J.C., Chen, C.F. and Harwell, M.C. Surface Water Sulfate Dynamics in the Northern Florida Everglades. Journal of Environmental Quality 38(2), 734-741.

(2009) Whelan, K.R.T., Smith, T.J., Anderson, G.H. and Ouellette, M.L. Hurricane Wilma's Impact on Overall Soil Elevation and Zones within the Soil Profile in a Mangrove Forest. Wetlands 29(1), 16-23.

(2008) Baiser, B., Boulton, R.L. and Lockwood, J.L. Influence of water depth on nest success of the endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow in the Florida Everglades. Animal Conservation 11(3), 190-197.

(2008) Chen, H.J., Mendelssohn, I.A., Lorenzen, B., Brix, H. and Miao, S.L. Effects of phosphate availability and redox intensity on growth and nutrient uptake of Rhynchospora tracyi, a wet prairie species in the everglades. Wetlands 28(1), 151-163.

(2008) Darby, P.C., Bennetts, R.E. and Percival, H.F. Dry down impacts on apple snail (Pomacea paludosa) demography: Implications for wetland water management. Wetlands 28(1), 204-214.

(2008) Elderd, B.D. and Nott, M.P. Hydrology, habitat change and population demography: an individual-based model for the endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis. Journal of Applied Ecology 45(1), 258-268.

(2008) El-Rifai, H., Heerboth, M., Gedris, T.E., Newman, S., Orem, W. and Cooper, W.T. NMR and mass spectrometry of phosphorus in wetlands. European Journal of Soil Science 59(3), 517-525.

(2008) Eppinga, M.B., Rietkerk, M., Borren, W., Lapshina, E.D., Bleuten, W. and Wassen, M.J. Regular surface patterning of peatlands: Confronting theory with field data. Ecosystems 11(4), 520-536.

(2008) Fuller, M.M., Gross, L.J., Duke-Sylvester, S.M. and Palmer, M. Testing the robustness of management decisions to uncertainty: Everglades restoration scenarios. Ecological Applications 18(3), 711-723.

(2008) Givnish, T.J., Volin, J.C., Owen, V.D., Volin, V.C., Muss, J.D. and Glaser, P.H. Vegetation differentiation in the patterned landscape of the central Everglades: importance of local and landscape drivers. Global Ecology and Biogeography 17(3), 384-402.

(2008) Grunwald, S., Osborne, T.Z. and Reddy, K.R. Temporal trajectories of phosphorus and pedo-patterns mapped in Water Conservation Area 2, Everglades, Florida, USA. Geoderma 146(1-2), 1-13.

(2008) Grunwald, S. and Reddy, K.R. Spatial behavior of phosphorus and nitrogen in a subtropical wetland. Soil Science Society of America Journal 72(4), 1174-1183.

(2008) Hall, B.D., Aiken, G.R., Krabbenhoft, D.P., Marvin-DiPasquale, M. and Swarzenski, C.M. Wetlands as principal zones of methylmercury production in southern Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico region. Environmental Pollution 154(1), 124-134.

(2008) Hyfield, E.C.G., Day, J.W., Cable, J.E. and Justic, D. The impacts of re-introducing Mississippi River water on the hydrologic budget and nutrient inputs of a deltaic estuary. Ecological Engineering 32(4), 347-359.

(2008) Jaffe, R., McKnight, D., Maie, N., Cory, R., McDowell, W.H. and Campbell, J.L. Spatial and temporal variations in DOM composition in ecosystems: The importance of long-term monitoring of optical properties. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 113(G4),

(2008) Lirman, D., Deangelo, G., Serafy, J., Hazra, A., Hazra, D.S., Herlan, J., Luo, J., Bellmund, S., Wang, J. and Clausing, R. Seasonal changes in the abundance and distribution of submerged aquatic vegetation in a highly managed coastal lagoon. Hydrobiologia 596(105-120.

(2008) Menges, E.S. and Marks, P.L. Fire and flood: Why are south-central Florida seasonal ponds treeless? American Midland Naturalist 159(1), 8-20.

(2008) Min, J.E., Kim, M., Pardue, J.H. and Park, J.W. Reduction of trichloroethylene and nitrate by zero-valent iron with peat. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part a-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering 43(2), 144-153.

(2008) Naja, G., Halasz, A.M., Thiboutot, S., Ampleman, G. and Hawari, J. Degradation of hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine (RDX) using zerovalent iron nanoparticles: Dynamics and pathway. Envir. Sci. Technol. 42(12), 4364-4370.

(2008) Palaseanu, M. and Pearlstine, L. Estimation of water surface elevations for the Everglades, Florida. Computers & Geosciences 34(7), 815-826.

(2008) Penton, C.R. and Newman, S. Enzyme-based resource allocated decomposition and landscape heterogeneity in the Florida Everglades. Journal of Environmental Quality 37(3), 972-976.

(2008) Perry, W.B. Everglades restoration and water quality challenges in south Florida. Ecotoxicology 17(7), 569-578.

(2008) Price, R.M., Swart, P.K. and Willoughby, H.E. Seasonal and spatial variation in the stable isotopic composition (delta(18) O and delta D) of precipitation in south Florida. Journal of Hydrology 358(3-4), 193-205.

(2008) Reddy, M.M., Reddy, M.B., Kipp, K.L., Burman, A., Schuster, P. and Rawlik, P.S. Peat porewater chloride concentration profiles in the Everglades during wet/dry cycles from January 1996 to June 1998: field measurements and theoretical analysis. Hydrological Processes 22(11), 1713-1724.

(2008) Shoemaker, W.B., Huddleston, S., Boudreau, C.L. and O'Reilly, A.M. Sensitivity of Wetland Saturated Hydraulic Heads and Water Budgets to Evapotranspiration. Wetlands 28(4), 1040-1047.

(2008) Surratt, D.D., Waldon, M.G., Harwell, M.C. and Aumen, N.G. Time-series and spatial tracking of polluted canal water intrusion into wetlands of a national wildlife refuge in Florida, USA. Wetlands 28(1), 176-183.

(2008) Swain, E.D. and James, D.E. Inverse modeling of surface-water discharge to achieve restoration salinity performance measures in Florida Bay, Florida. Journal of Hydrology 351(1-2), 188-202.

(2008) Wetzel, P.R., Pinion, T., Towles, D.T. and Heisler, L. Landscape analysis of tree island head vegetation in Water Conservation Area 3, Florida Everglades. Wetlands 28(2), 276-289.

(2008) Williams, C.J., Boyer, J.N. and Jochem, F.J. Indirect hurricane effects on resource availability and microbial communities in a subtropical wetland-estuary transition zone. Estuaries and Coasts 31(1), 204-214.

(2008) Zweig, C.L. and Kitchens, W.M. Effects of Landscape Gradients on Wetland Vegetation Communities: Information for Large-Scale Restoration. Wetlands 28(4), 1086-1096.

(2007) Barnes, T.K., Volety, A.K., Chartier, K., Mazzotti, F.J. and Pearlstine, L. A habitat suitability index model for the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica), a tool for restoration of the Caloosahatchee Estuary, Florida. Journal of Shellfish Research 26(4), 949-959.

(2007) Bruland, G.L., Osborne, T.Z., Reddy, K.R., Grunwald, S., Newman, S. and DeBusk, W.F. Recent changes in soil total phosphorus in the everglades: Water Conservation Area 3. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 129(1-3), 379-395.

(2007) Cohen, M.J. and Brown, M.T. A model examining hierarchical wetland networks for watershed stormwater management. Ecological Modelling 201(2), 179-193.

(2007) Corstanje, R., Reddy, K.R., Prenger, J.P., Newman, S. and Ogram, A.V. Soil microbial eco-physiological response to nutrient enrichment in a sub-tropical wetland. Ecological Indicators 7(2), 277-289.

(2007) Cotterill, J.V., Watkins, R.W., Brennon, C.B. and Cowan, D.P. Boosting silica levels in wheat leaves reduces grazing by rabbits. Pest Management Science 63(3), 247-253.

(2007) Dorn, N.J. and Trexler, J.C. Crayfish assemblage shifts in a large drought-prone wetland: the roles of hydrology and competition. Freshwater Biology 52(12), 2399-2411.

(2007) Finkl, C.W. and Restrepo-Coupe, N. Potential natural enviromnents based on pedological properties in the coastal conurbation of subtropical southeast Florida. Journal of Coastal Research 23(2), 319-351.

(2007) Gao, M., Simoneit, B.R.T., Gantar, M. and Jaffe, R. Occurrence and distribution of novel botryococcene hydrocarbons in freshwater wetlands of the Florida Everglades. Chemosphere 70(2), 224-236.

(2007) Harris, W.G., Fisher, M.M., Cao, X., Osborne, T. and Ellis, L. Magnesium-rich minerals in sediment and suspended particulates of south Florida water bodies: Implications forTurbidity. Journal of Environmental Quality 36(6), 1670-1677.

(2007) Herrick, B.M., Morgan, M.D. and Wolf, A.T. Seed banks in diked and undiked great lakes coastal wetlands. American Midland Naturalist 158(1), 191-205.

(2007) Inglett, P.W., Reddy, K.R., Newman, S. and Lorenzen, B. Increased soil stable nitrogen isotopic ratio following phosphorus enrichment: historical patterns and tests of two hypotheses in a phosphorus-limited wetland. Oecologia 153(1), 99-109.

(2007) Johnson, K.G., Allen, M.S. and Havens, K.E. A review of littoral vegetation, fisheries, and wildlife responses to hydrologic variation at Lake Okeechobee. Wetlands 27(1), 110-126.

(2007) King, R.S. and Richardson, C.J. Subsidy-stress response of macroinvertebrate community biomass to a phosphorus gradient in an oligotrophic wetland ecosystem. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26(3), 491-508.

(2007) Kuwabara, J.S., Arai, Y., Topping, B.R., Pickering, I.J. and George, G.N. Mercury speciation in piscivorous fish from mining-impacted reservoirs. Environmental Science & Technology 41(8), 2745-2749.

(2007) Kwon, H.H., Lall, U. and Khalil, A.F. Stochastic simulation model for nonstationary time series using an autoregressive wavelet decomposition: Applications to rainfall and temperature. Water Resources Research 43(5),

(2007) Larsen, L.G., Harvey, J.W. and Crimaldi, J.P. A delicate balance: Ecohydrological feedbacks governing landscape morphology in a lotic peatland. Ecological Monographs 77(4), 591-614.

(2007) Maie, N., Scully, N.M., Pisani, O. and Jaffe, R. Composition of a protein-like fluorophore of dissolved organic matter in coastal wetland and estuarine ecosystems. Water Research 41(3), 563-570.

(2007) Main, M.B., Ceilley, D.W. and Stansly, P. Freshwater fish assemblages in isolated south Florida Wetlands. Southeastern Naturalist 6(2), 343-350.

(2007) Makarewicz, J.C., D'Aiuto, P.E. and Bosch, I. Elevated nutrient levels from agriculturally dominated watersheds stimulate metaphyton growth. Journal of Great Lakes Research 33(2), 437-448.

(2007) Miller, C.L., Mason, R.P., Gilmour, C.C. and Heyes, A. Influence of dissolved organic matter on the complexation of mercury under sulfidic conditions. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26(4), 624-633.

(2007) Niedermeier, A. and Robinson, J.S. Hydrological controls on soil redox dynamics in a peat-based, restored wetland. Geoderma 137(3-4), 318-326.

(2007) Noe, G.B., Harvey, J.W. and Saiers, J.E. Characterization of suspended particles in Everglades wetlands. Limnology and Oceanography 52(3), 1166-1178.

(2007) Penton, C.R. and Newman, S. Enzyme activity responses to nutrient loading in subtropical wetlands. Biogeochemistry 84(1), 83-98.

(2007) Porazinska, D.L., Pratt, P.D. and Giblin-Davis, R.M. Consequences of Melaleuca quinquenervia invasion on soil nematodes in the Florida Everglades. Journal of Nematology 39(4), 305-312.

(2007) Poret, N., Twilley, R.R., Rivera-Monroy, V.H. and Coronado-Molina, C. Belowground decomposition of mangrove roots in Florida Coastal Everglades. Estuaries and Coasts 30(3), 491-496.

(2007) Potter, T.L., Bosch, D.D., Joo, H., Schaffer, B. and Munoz-Carpena, R. Summer cover crops reduce atrazine leaching to shallow groundwater in southern Florida. Journal of Environmental Quality 36(5), 1301-1309.

(2007) Rehage, J.S. and Loftus, W.F. Seasonal fish community variation in headwater mangrove creeks in the southwestern everglades: An examination of their role as dry-down refuges. Bulletin of Marine Science 80(3), 625-645.

(2007) Ritter, A., Munoz-Carpena, R., Bosch, D.D., Schaffer, B. and Potter, T.L. Agricultural land use and hydrology affect variability of shallow groundwater nitrate concentration in South Florida. Hydrological Processes 21(18), 2464-2473.

(2007) Rivero, R.G., Grunwald, S., Osborne, T.Z., Reddy, K.R. and Newman, S. Characterization of the spatial distribution of soil properties in water conservation area 2A, Everglades, Florida. Soil Science 172(2), 149-166.

(2007) Slowey, A.J. and Brown, G.E. Transformations of mercury, iron, and sulfur during the reductive dissolution of iron oxyhydroxide by sulfide. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 71(4), 877-894.

(2007) Smith, J.M., Castro, H. and Ogram, A. Structure and function of methanogens along a short-term restoration chronosequence in the Florida everglades. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73(13), 4135-4141.

(2007) Toth, L.A. Establishment of submerged aquatic vegetation in everglades stormwater treatment areas: Value of early control of torpedograss (Panicum repens). Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 45(17-20.

(2007) Ugarte, C.A., Rice, K.G. and Donnelly, M.A. Comparison of diet, reproductive biology, and growth of the pig frog (Rana grylio) from harvested and protected areas of the Florida everglades. Copeia 2), 436-448.

(2007) Vargas, R. and Novelo, E. Seasonal changes in periphyton nitrogen fixation in a protected tropical wetland. Biology and Fertility of Soils 43(3), 367-372.

(2007) Xu, Y.P., Holmes, C.W. and Jaffe, R. Paleoenvironmental assessment of recent environmental changes in Florida Bay, USA: A biomarker based study. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 73(1-2), 201-210.

(2006) Armentano, T.V., Sah, J.P., Ross, M.S., Jones, D.T., Cooley, H.C. and Smith, C.S. Rapid responses of vegetation to hydrological changes in Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA. Hydrobiologia 569(293-309.

(2006) Armitage, A.R., Frankovich, T.A. and Fourqurean, J.W. Variable responses within epiphytic and benthic microalgal communities to nutrient enrichment. Hydrobiologia 569(423-435.

(2006) Barringer, J.L., Szabo, Z., Schneider, D., Atkinson, W.D. and Gallagher, R.A. Mercury in ground water, septage, leach-field effluent, and soils in residential areas, New Jersey coastal plain. Science of the Total Environment 361(1-3), 144-162.

(2006) Bazante, J., Jacobi, G., Solo-Gabriele, H.M., Reed, D., Mitchell-Bruker, S., Childers, D.L., Leonard, L. and Ross, M. Hydrologic measurements and implications for tree island formation within Everglades National Park. Journal of Hydrology 329(3-4), 606-619.

(2006) Boyer, J.N., Dailey, S.K., Gibson, P.J., Rogers, M.T. and Mir-Gonzalez, D. The role of dissolved organic matter bioavailability in promoting phytoplankton blooms in Florida Bay. Hydrobiologia 569(71-85.

(2006) Bruland, G.L., Grunwald, S., Osborne, T.Z., Reddy, K.R. and Newman, S. Spatial distribution of soil properties in Water Conservation Area 3 of the Everglades. Soil Science Society of America Journal 70(5), 1662-1676.

(2006) Bruland, G.L. and Richardson, C.J. An assessment of the phosphorus retention capacity of wetlands in the Painter Creek Watershed, Minnesota, USA. Water Air and Soil Pollution 171(1-4), 169-184.

(2006) Chadwick, S.P., Babiarz, C.L., Hurley, J.P. and Armstrong, D.E. Influences of iron, manganese, and dissolved organic carbon on the hypolimnetic cycling of amended mercury. Science of the Total Environment 368(1), 177-188.

(2006) Chambers, R.M. and Pederson, K.A. Variation in soil phosphorus, sulfur, and iron pools among south Florida wetlands. Hydrobiologia 569(63-70.

(2006) Chauhan, A., Reddy, K.R. and Ogram, A.V. Syntrophic-archaeal associations in a nutrient-impacted freshwater marsh. Journal of Applied Microbiology 100(1), 73-84.

(2006) Childers, D.L. A synthesis of long-term research by the Florida Coastal Everglades LTER Program. Hydrobiologia 569(531-544.

(2006) Childers, D.L., Iwaniec, D., Rondeau, D., Rubio, G., Verdon, E. and Madden, C.J. Responses of sawgrass and spikerush to variation in hydrologic drivers and salinity in Southern Everglades marshes. Hydrobiologia 569(273-292.

  (2006) Chimney, M.J. and Goforth, G. History and description of the Everglades Nutrient Removal Project, a subtropical constructed wetland in south Florida (USA). Ecological Engineering 27(4), 268-278.

(2006) Chmura, G.L., Stone, P.A. and Ross, M.S. Non-pollen microfossils in Everglades sediments. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 141(1-2), 103-119.


(2006) Corstanje, R., Grunwald, S., Reddy, K.R., Osborne, T.Z. and Newman, S. Assessment of the spatial distribution of soil properties in a northern everglades marsh. Journal of Environmental Quality 35(3), 938-949.


(2006) Davis, S.E., Childers, D.L. and Noe, G.B. The contribution of leaching to the rapid release of nutrients and carbon in the early decay of wetland vegetation. Hydrobiologia 569(87-97.


(2006) Dorn, N.J., Trexler, J.C. and Gaiser, E.E. Exploring the role of large predators in marsh food webs: evidence for a behaviorally-mediated trophic cascade. Hydrobiologia 569(375-386.


(2006) Engstrom, D.R., Schottler, S.P., Leavitt, P.R. and Havens, K.E. A reevaluation of the cultural eutrophication of Lake Okeechobee using multiproxy sediment records. Ecological Applications 16(3), 1194-1206.


(2006) Evans, S.L., Anderson, W.T. and Jochem, F.J. Spatial variability in Florida Bay particulate organic matter composition: combining flow cytometry with stable isotope analyses. Hydrobiologia 569(151-165.


(2006) Ewe, S.M.L., Gaiser, E.E., Childers, D.L., Iwaniec, D., Rivera-Monroy, V.H. and Twilley, R.R. Spatial and temporal patterns of aboveground net primary productivity (ANPP) along two freshwater-estuarine transects in the Florida Coastal Everglades. Hydrobiologia 569(459-474.


(2006) Ewing, J.M. and Vepraskas, M.J. Estimating primary and secondary subsidence in an organic soil 15, 20, and 30 years after drainage. Wetlands 26(1), 119-130.


(2006) Gaiser, E.E., Zafiris, A., Ruiz, P.L., Tobias, F.A.C. and Ross, M.S. Tracking rates of ecotone migration due to salt-water encroachment using fossil mollusks in coastal South Florida. Hydrobiologia 569(237-257.


(2006) Gottlieb, A.D., Richards, J.H. and Gaiser, E.E. Comparative study of periphyton community structure in long and short-hydroperiod Everglades marshes. Hydrobiologia 569(195-207.


(2006) Green, D.P.J., Trexler, J.C., Lorenz, J.J., McIvor, C.C. and Philippi, T. Spatial patterns of fish communities along two estuarine gradients in southern Florida. Hydrobiologia 569(387-399.


(2006) Hagerthey, S.E., Louda, J.W. and Mongkronsri, P. Evaluation of pigment extraction methods and a recommended protocol for periphyton chlorophyll a determination and chemotaxonomic assessment. Journal of Phycology 42(5), 1125-1136.


(2006) Hajje, N. and Jaffe, R. Molecular characterization of Cladium peat from the Florida Everglades: biomarker associations with humic fractions. Hydrobiologia 569(99-112.


(2006) Harvey, J.W., Newlin, J.T. and Krupa, S.L. Modeling decadal timescale interactions between surface water and ground water in the central Everglades, Florida, USA. Journal of Hydrology 320(3-4), 400-420.


(2006) Iwaniec, D.M., Childers, D.L., Rondeau, D., Madden, C.J. and Saunders, C. Effects of hydrologic and water quality drivers on periphyton dynamics in the southern Everglades. Hydrobiologia 569(223-235.


(2006) Jaffe, R., Rushdi, A.I., Medeiros, P.M. and Simoneit, B.R.T. Natural product biomarkers as indicators of sources and transport of sedimentary organic matter in a subtropical river. Chemosphere 64(11), 1870-1884.


(2006) Jones, D.T., Sah, J.P., Ross, M.S., Oberbauer, S.F., Hwang, B. and Jayachandran, K. Responses of twelve tree species common in Everglades tree islands to simulated hydrologic regimes. Wetlands 26(3), 830-844.


(2006) Jones, V., Parish, K., Thomson, A., Wolff, G.A., Maie, N. and Jaffe, R. Molecular characterization of proteinaceous material in the Florida coastal Everglades. Hydrobiologia 569(129-133.


(2006) Krauss, K.W., Twilley, R.R., Doyle, T.W. and Gardiner, E.S. Leaf gas exchange characteristics of three neotropical mangrove species in response to varying hydroperiod. Tree Physiology 26(7), 959-968.


(2006) Kwon, H.H., Lall, U., Moon, Y.I., Khalil, A.F. and Ahn, H.S. Episodic interannual climate oscillations and their influence on seasonal rainfall in the Everglades National Park. Water Resources Research 42(11),


(2006) Leonard, L., Croft, A., Childers, D., Mitchell-Bruker, S., Solo-Gabriele, H. and Ross, M. Characteristics of surface-water flows in the ridge and slough landscape of Everglades National Park: implications for particulate transport. Hydrobiologia 569(5-22.


(2006) Liston, S.E. Interactions between nutrient availability and hydroperiod shape macroinvertebrate communities in Florida Everglades marshes. Hydrobiologia 569(343-357.


(2006) Lorenz, J.J. and Serafy, J.E. Subtroprical wetland fish assemblages and changing salinity regimes: Implications for everglades restoration. Hydrobiologia 569(401-422.


(2006) Loucks, D.P. Modeling and managing the interactions between hydrology, ecology and economics. Journal of Hydrology 328(3-4), 408-416.


(2006a) Maie, N., Boyer, J.N., Yang, C.Y. and Jaffe, R. Spatial, geomorphological, and seasonal variability of CDOM in estuaries of the Florida Coastal Everglades. Hydrobiologia 569(135-150.


(2006b) Maie, N., Jaffe, R., Miyoshi, T. and Childers, D.L. Quantitative and qualitative aspects of dissolved organic carbon leached from senescent plants in an oligotrophic wetland. Biogeochemistry 78(3), 285-314.


(2006c) Maie, N., Parish, K.J., Watanabe, A., Knicker, H., Benner, R., Abe, T., Kaiser, K. and Jaffe, R. Chemical characteristics of dissolved organic nitrogen in an oligotrophic subtropical coastal ecosystem. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 70(17), 4491-4506.


(2006) Mentzer, J.L., Goodman, R.M. and Balser, T.C. Microbial response over time to hydrologic and fertilization treatments in a simulated wet prairie. Plant and Soil 284(1-2), 85-100.


(2006) Neto, R.R., Mead, R.N., Louda, J.W. and Jaffe, R. Organic biogeochemistry of detrital flocculent material (floc) in a subtropical, coastal wetland. Biogeochemistry 77(3), 283-304.


(2006) Nungesser, M.K. and Chimney, M.J. A hydrologic assessment of the Everglades Nutrient Removal Project, a subtropical constructed wetland in south Florida (USA). Ecological Engineering 27(4), 331-344.


(2006) Price, R.M., Swart, P.K. and Fourqurean, J.W. Coastal groundwater discharge - an additional source of phosphorus for the oligotrophic wetlands of the Everglades. Hydrobiologia 569(23-36.


(2006) Rehage, J.S. and Trexler, J.C. Assessing the net effect of anthropogenic disturbance on aquatic communities in wetlands: community structure relative to distance from canals. Hydrobiologia 569(359-373.


(2006) Restrepo, J.I., Garces, D., Montoya, A., Restrepo, N. and Giddings, J. Simulation of water levels and water diversions in a subtropical coastal Wedand. Journal of Coastal Research 22(2), 339-349.

  (2006) Ritter, A. and Munoz-Carpena, R. Dynamic factor modeling of ground and surface water levels in an agricultural area adjacent to Everglades National Park. Journal of Hydrology 317(3-4), 340-354.

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