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TOP 2009
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(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.

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(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.

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(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, W01411.

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(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.

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(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.

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(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.

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(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.

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(2009) Qian, Y., Miao, S.L., Gu, B. and Li, Y.C. Effects of Burn Temperature on Ash Nutrient Forms and Availability from Cattail (Typha domingensis) and Sawgrass (Cladium jamaicense) in the Florida Everglades. Journal of Environmental Quality 38(2), 451-464.

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(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.

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(2009) Tipping, P.W., Martin, M.R., Nimmo, K.R., Pierce, R.M., Smart, M.D., White, E., Madeira, P.T. and Center, T.D. Invasion of a West Everglades wetland by Melaleuca quinquenervia countered by classical biological control. Biological Control 48(1), 73-78.

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(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.

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(2009) Webb, J., Miao, S.L. and Zhang, X.H. Factors and mechanisms influencing seed germination in a wetland plant sawgrass. Plant Growth Regulation 57(3), 243-250.

TOP 2008

(2008) Adams, E.M. and Frederick, P.C. Effects of methylmercury and spatial complexity on foraging behavior and foraging efficiency in juvenile white ibises (Eudocimus albus). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27(8), 1708-1712.

(2008) Bouillon, S., Borges, A.V., Castaneda-Moya, E., Diele, K., Dittmar, T., Duke, N.C., Kristensen, E., Lee, S.Y., Marchand, C., Middelburg, J.J., Rivera-Monroy, V.H., Smith, T.J. and Twilley, R.R. Mangrove production and carbon sinks: A revision of global budget estimates. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 22(2),

(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) 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) Gu, B.H. Phosphorus removal in small constructed wetlands dominated by submersed aquatic vegetation in South Florida, USA. Journal of Plant Ecology-Uk 1(1), 67-74.

(2008) Gu, B.H. and Dreschel, T. Effects of plant community and phosphorus loading rate on constructed wetland performance in Florida, USA. Wetlands 28(1), 81-91.

(2008) Huang, Y.H., Saiers, J.E., Harvey, J.W., Noe, G.B. and Mylon, S. Advection, dispersion, and filtration of fine particles within emergent vegetation of the Florida Everglades. Water Resources Research 44(4),

(2008) Lightbody, A.F., Avener, M.E. and Nepf, H.M. Observations of short-circuiting flow paths within a free-surface wetland in Augusta, Georgia, USA. Limnology and Oceanography 53(3), 1040-1053.

(2008a) 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.

(2008b) Lirman, D., Deangelo, G., Serafy, J.E., Hazra, A., Hazra, D.S. and Brown, A. Geospatial video monitoring of nearshore benthic habitats of western Biscayne Bay (Florida) using the shallow-water positioning system (SWaPS). Journal of Coastal Research 24(1A), 135-145.

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

(2008) Rutchey, K., Schall, T. and Sklar, F. Development of vegetation maps for assessing Everglades restoration progress. Wetlands 28(3), 806-816.

(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) Teh, S.Y., DeAngelis, D.L., Sternberg, L.D.L., Miralles-Wilhelm, F.R., Smith, T.J. and Koh, H.L. A simulation model for projecting changes in salinity concentrations and species dominance in the coastal margin habitats of the Everglades. Ecological Modelling 213(2), 245-256.

(2008) Wdowinski, S., Kim, S.W., Amelung, F., Dixon, T.H., Miralles-Wilhelm, F. and Sonenshein, R. Space-based detection of wetlands' surface water level changes from L-band SAR interferometry. Remote Sensing of Environment 112(3), 681-696.

(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) 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.

TOP 2007

(2007) Alvarez-Cobelas, M. and Cirujano, S. Multilevel responses of emergent vegetation to environmental factors in a semiarid floodplain. Aquatic Botany 87(1), 49-60.

(2007) Bostic, E.M. and White, J.R. Soil phosphorus and vegetation influence on wetland phosphorus release after simulated drought. Soil Science Society of America Journal 71(1), 238-244.

(2007) Craft, C., Krull, K. and Graham, S. Ecological indicators of nutrient enrichment, freshwater wetlands, Midwestern United States (US). Ecological Indicators 7(4), 733-750.

(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) 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) 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) Kjellin, J., Worman, A., Johansson, H. and Lindahl, A. Controlling factors for water residence time and flow patterns in Ekeby treatment wetland, Sweden. Advances in Water Resources 30(4), 838-850.

(2007) Malecki-Brown, L.M., White, J.R. and Reddy, K.R. Soil biogeochemical characteristics influenced by alum application in a municipal wastewater treatment wetland. Journal of Environmental Quality 36(6), 1904-1913.

(2007) Osborne, T.Z., Inglett, P.W. and Reddy, K.R. The use of senescent plant biomass to investigate relationships between potential particulate and dissolved organic matter in a wetland ecosystem. Aquatic Botany 86(1), 53-61.

(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.

(2007a) Rivero, R.G., Grunwald, S. and Bruland, G.L. Incorporation of spectral data into multivariate geostatistical models to map soil phosphorus variability in a Florida wetland. Geoderma 140(4), 428-443.

(2007b) 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) Stern, J., Wang, Y., Gu, B. and Newman, J. Distribution and turnover of carbon in natural and constructed wetlands in the Florida Everglades. Applied Geochemistry 22(9), 1936-1948.

(2007a) Toth, L.A. Conversion of torpedograss (Panicum repens) to submerged aquatic vegetation in an operational stormwater treatment area for the Everglades. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 45(119-121.

(2007b) 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) 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.

TOP 2006

(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) 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) Beckage, B., Gross, L.J. and Platt, W.J. Modelling responses of pine savannas to climate change and large-scale disturbance. Applied Vegetation Science 9(1), 75-82.

(2006) Bennetts, R.E., Darby, P.C. and Karunaratne, L.B. Foraging patch selection by Snail Kites in response to vegetation structure and prey abundance and availability. Waterbirds 29(1), 88-94.

(2006) Brenner, M., Hodell, D.A., Leyden, B.W., Curtis, J.H., Kenney, W.F., Gu, B.H. and Newman, J.M. Mechanisms for organic matter and phosphorus burial in sediments of a shallow, subtropical, macrophyte-dominated lake. Journal of Paleolimnology 35(1), 129-148.

(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) Chimney, M.J., Wenkert, L. and Pietro, K.C. Patterns of vertical stratification in a subtropical constructed wetland in south Florida (USA). Ecological Engineering 27(4), 322-330.

(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) Corstanje, R. and Reddy, K.R. Microbial indicators of nutrient enrichment: A mesocosm study. Soil Science Society of America Journal 70(5), 1652-1661.

(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) 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) Gilliam, F.S. and Platt, W.J. Conservation and restoration of the Pinus palustris ecosystem. Applied Vegetation Science 9(1), 7-10.

(2006) Gilliam, F.S., Platt, W.J. and Peet, R.K. Natural disturbances and the physiognomy of pine savannas: A phenomenological model. Applied Vegetation Science 9(1), 83-96.

(2006) Imbert, D. and Delbe, L. Ecology of fire-influenced Cladium jamaicense marshes in Guadeloupe, lesser antilles. Wetlands 26(2), 289-297.

(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) Juston, J. and DeBusk, T.A. Phosphorus mass load and outflow concentration relationships in stormwater treatment areas for Everglades restoration. Ecological Engineering 26(3), 206-223.

(2006) Kadlec, R.H. Free surface wetlands for phosphorus removal: The position of the Everglades Nutrient Removal Project. Ecological Engineering 27(4), 361-379.

(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) 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.

(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) Popescu, S.M., Suc, J.P. and Loutre, M.F. Early Pliocene vegetation changes forced by eccentricity-precession. Example from Southwestern Romania. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 238(1-4), 340-348.

(2006) Ramberg, L., Wolski, P. and Krah, M. Water balance and infiltration in a seasonal floodplain in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Wetlands 26(3), 677-690.

(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) Saunders, C.J., Gao, M., Lynch, J.A., Jaffe, R. and Childers, D.L. Using soil profiles of seeds and molecular markers as proxies for sawgrass and wet prairie slough vegetation in Shark Slough, Everglades National Park. Hydrobiologia 569(475-492.

(2006) Troxler Gann, T.G. and Childers, D.L. Relationships between hydrology and soils describe vegetation patterns in seasonally flooded tree islands of the southern Everglades, Florida. Plant and Soil 279(1-2), 271-286.

(2006) Turner, B.L., Newman, S. and Newman, J.M. Organic phosphorus sequestration in subtropical treatment wetlands. Environmental Science & Technology 40(3), 727-733.

(2006) White, J.R., Reddy, K.R. and Majer-Newman, J. Hydrologic and vegetation effects on water column phosphorus in wetland mesocosms. Soil Science Society of America Journal 70(4), 1242-1251.

(2006) Willard, D.A., Bernhardt, C.E., Holmes, C.W., Landacre, B. and Marot, M. Response of everglades tree islands to environmental change. Ecological Monographs 76(4), 565-583.

(2006) Wu, Y.G., Rutchey, K., Wang, N.M. and Godin, J. The spatial pattern and dispersion of Lygodium microphyllum in the Everglades wetland ecosystem. Biological Invasions 8(7), 1483-1493.

(2006) Zambrano, L., Vazquez-Dominguez, E., Garcia-Bedoya, D., Loftus, W.F. and Trexler, J.C. Fish community structure in freshwater karstic water bodies of the Sian Ka'an Reserve in the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 17(3), 193-206.

TOP 2005

(2005) Castro, H., Newman, S., Reddy, K.R. and Ogram, A. Distribution and stability of sulfate-reducing prokaryotic and hydrogenotrophic methanogenic assemblages in nutrient-impacted regions of the Florida everglades. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(5), 2695-2704.

(2005) Davis, S.M., Childers, D.L., Lorenz, J.J., Wanless, H.R. and Hopkins, T.E. A conceptual model of ecological interactions in the mangrove estuaries of the Florida Everglades. Wetlands 25(4), 832-842.

(2005) Erickson, J.E., Cisar, J.L., Snyder, G.H. and Volin, J.C. Phosphorus and potassium leaching under contrasting residential landscape models established on a sandy soil. Crop Science 45(2), 546-552.

(2005) Fuller, D.O. Remote detection of invasive Melaleuca trees (Melaleuca quinquenervia) in South Florida with multispectral IKONOS imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing 26(5), 1057-1063.

(2005) Gantes, P., Caro, A.S., Momo, F., Casset, M.A. and Torremorel, A. An approximation to the nitrogen and phosphorus budgets in floating soils of a subtropical peatland (Ibera, Argentina). Ecological Modelling 186(1), 77-83.

(2005) Gu, B.H. and Hoyer, M.V. Community structure and environmental conditions in Florida shallow lakes dominated by submerged aquatic vegetation. Lake and Reservoir Management 21(4), 403-410.

(2005) Hadwen, W.L. and Bunn, S.E. Food web responses to low-level nutrient and N-15-tracer additions in the littoral zone of an oligotrophic dune lake. Limnology and Oceanography 50(4), 1096-1105.

(2005) Harvey, J.W., Saiers, J.E. and Newlin, J.T. Solute transport and storage mechanisms in wetlands of the Everglades, south Florida. Water Resources Research 41(5),

(2005) Johnson, S. and Rejmankova, E. Impacts of land use on nutrient distribution and vegetation composition of freshwater wetlands in Northern Belize. Wetlands 25(1), 89-100.

(2005) Lindberg, S.E., Dong, W.J., Chanton, J., Qualls, R.G. and Meyers, T. A mechanism for bimodal emission of gaseous mercury from aquatic macrophytes. Atmospheric Environment 39(7), 1289-1301.

(2005) Mazzotti, F.J., Fling, H.E., Merediz, G., Lazcano, M., Lasch, C. and Barnes, T. Conceptual ecological model of the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Wetlands 25(4), 980-997.

(2005) Mead, R., Xu, Y.P., Chong, J. and Jaffe, R. Sediment and soil organic matter source assessment as revealed by the molecular distribution and carbon isotopic composition of n-alkanes. Organic Geochemistry 36(3), 363-370.

(2005) Morgan, E.C. and Overholt, W.A. Potential allelopathic effects of Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius Raddi, Anacardiaceae) aqueous extract on germination and growth of selected Florida native plants. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 132(1), 11-15.

(2005) Ogden, J.C. Everglades ridge and slough conceptual ecological model. Wetlands 25(4), 810-820.

(2005) Shoemaker, W.B., Sumner, D.M. and Castillo, A. Estimating changes in heat energy stored within a column of wetland surface water and factors controlling their importance in the surface energy budget. Water Resources Research 41(10),

(2005) Twilley, R.R. and Rivera-Monroy, V.H. Developing performance measures of mangrove wetlands using simulation models of hydrology, nutrient biogeochemistry, and community dynamics. Journal of Coastal Research 79-93.



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