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(2009) Barr, J.G., Fuentes, J.D., Engel, V. and Zieman, J.C. Physiological responses of red mangroves to the climate in the Florida Everglades. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 114(

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(2009) Belmont, M.A., White, J.R. and Reddy, K.R. Phosphorus Sorption and Potential Phosphorus Storage in Sediments of Lake Istokpoga and the Upper Chain of Lakes, Florida, USA. Journal of Environmental Quality 38(3), 987-996.

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(2009) Doyle, T.W., Krauss, K.W. and Wells, C.J. Landscape Analysis and Pattern of Hurricane Impact and Circulation on Mangrove Forests of the Everglades. Wetlands 29(1), 44-53.

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(2009) Herbert, D.A. and Fourqurean, J.W. Phosphorus Availability and Salinity Control Productivity and Demography of the Seagrass Thalassia testudinum in Florida Bay. Estuaries and Coasts 32(1), 188-201.

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(2009) Hoang, T.C., Schuler, L.J., Rogevich, E.C., Bachman, P.M., Rand, G.M. and Frakes, R.A. Copper Release, Speciation, and Toxicity Following Multiple Floodings of Copper Enriched Agriculture Soils: Implications in Everglades Restoration. Water Air and Soil Pollution 199(1-4), 79-93.

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(2009) Inglett, P.W., D'Angelo, E.M., Reddy, K.R., McCormick, P.V. and Hagerthey, S.E. Periphyton nitrogenase activity as an indicator of wetland eutrophication: spatial patterns and response to phosphorus dosing in a northern Everglades ecosystem. Wetlands Ecology and Management 17(2), 131-144.

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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(

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(2009) Liu, Y. and Labuschagne, M.T. The influence of environment and season on stalk yield in kenaf. Industrial Crops and Products 29(2-3), 377-380.

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(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.

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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) Reed, N.P. Water and land management in Florida: Old challenges in the new economy.

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(2009) Regalado, C.M. and Ritter, A. A Soil Water Repellency Empirical Model. Vadose Zone Journal 8(1), 136-141.

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(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.

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(2009) Ruehlmann, J. and Korschens, M. Calculating the Effect of Soil Organic Matter Concentration on Soil Bulk Density. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73(3), 876-885.

(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.

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(2008) Cade, B.S. and Dong, Q. A quantile count model of water depth constraints on Cape Sable seaside sparrows. Journal of Animal Ecology 77(1), 47-56.

(2008) Corstanje, R., Grunwald, S. and Lark, R.M. Inferences from fluctuations in the local variogram about the assumption of stationarity in the variance. Geoderma 143(1-2), 123-132.

(2008) DeAngelis, D.L., Trexler, J.C. and Donalson, D.D. Food Web Dynamics in a Seasonally Varying Wetland. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 5(4), 877-887.

(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) 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) Herring, G. and Gawlik, D.E. Potential for successful population establishment of the nonindigenous sacred ibis in the Florida Everglades. Biological Invasions 10(7), 969-976.

(2008) Herring, G., Gawlik, D.E. and Beerens, J.M. Sex determination for the Great Egret and White Ibis. Waterbirds 31(2), 298-303.

(2008) Hoang, T.C., Rogevich, E.C., Rand, G.M. and Frakes, R.A. Copper uptake and depuration by juvenile and adult Florida apple snails (Pomacea paludosa). Ecotoxicology 17(7), 605-615.

(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) 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) Miao, S., Sindhoj, E. and Edelstein, C. Allometric relationships of field populations of two clonal species with contrasting life histories, Cladium jamaicense and Typha domingensis. Aquatic Botany 88(1), 1-9.

(2008) O'Keefe, J.M.K., Shultz, M.G., Rimmer, S.M., Hower, J.C. and Popp, J.T. Paradise (and Herrin) lost: Marginal depositional settings of the Herrin and Paradise coals, Western Kentucky coalfield. International Journal of Coal Geology 75(3), 144-156.

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

(2008) Pemberton, R.W. and Liu, H. Potential of invasive and native solitary specialist bee pollinators to help restore the rare cowhorn orchid (Cyrtopodium punctatum) in Florida. Biological Conservation 141(7), 1758-1764.

(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) Rumbold, D.G., Lange, T.R., Axelrad, D.M. and Atkeson, T.D. Ecological risk of methylmercury in Everglades National Park, Florida, USA. Ecotoxicol. 17(7), 632-641.

(2008) Schuler, L.J. and Rand, G.M. Aquatic risk assessment of herbicides in freshwater ecosystems of south Florida. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 54(4), 571-583.

(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) Smith, N.G., Jones, C.M. and Van Montfrans, J. Spatial and temporal variability of juvenile spotted seatrout Cynoscion nebulosus growth in Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Fish Biology 73(3), 597-607.

(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) 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) 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, K.A., Frederick, P.C., Kubilis, P.S. and Simon, J.C. Bias in aerial estimates of the number of nests in White Ibis and Great Egret colonies. Journal of Field Ornithology 79(4), 438-447.

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(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) Berry, J.P., Gantar, M., Gibbs, P.D.L. and Schmale, M.C. The zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryo as a model system for identification and characterization of developmental toxins from marine and freshwater microalgae. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C-Toxicology & Pharmacology 145(1), 61-72.

(2007) Carlson, J.K., Osborne, J. and Schmidt, T.W. Monitoring the recovery of smalltooth sawfish, Pristis pectinata, using standardized relative indices ofabundance. Biological Conservation 136(2), 195-202.

(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) 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) Favero, L., Mattiuzzo, E. and Franco, D. Practical results of a water budget estimation for a constructed wetland. Wetlands 27(2), 230-239.

(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) Gandhi, N., Bhavsar, S.P., Diamond, M.L. and Kuwabara, J.S. Development of a mercury speciation, fate, and biotic uptake (biotranspec) model: Application to lahontan reservoir (Nevada, USA). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26(11), 2260-2273.

(2007) Grunwald, S., Reddy, K.R., Prenger, J.P. and Fisher, M.M. Modeling of the spatial variability of biogeochemical soil properties in a freshwater ecosystem. Ecological Modelling 201(3-4), 521-535.

(2007) Han, S., Lehman, R.D., Choe, K.Y. and Gill, G.A. Chemical and physical speciation of mercury in Offatts Bayou: A seasonally anoxic bayou in Galveston Bay. Limnology and Oceanography 52(4), 1380-1392.

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

(2007) Marsik, F.J., Keeler, G.J. and Landis, M.S. The dry-deposition of speciated mercury to the Florida Everglades: Measurements and modeling. Atmospheric Environment 41(1), 136-149.

(2007) Merritt, K.A. and Amirbahman, A. Mercury dynamics in sulfide-rich sediments: Geochemical influence on contaminant mobilization within the Penobscot River estuary, Maine, USA. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 71(4), 929-941.

(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) Peacor, S.D., Bence, J.R. and Pfister, C.A. The effect of size-dependent growth and environmental factors on animal size variability. Theoretical Population Biology 71(1), 80-94.

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

(2007) 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.

(2007) Scheulhammer, A.M., Meyer, M.W., Sandheinrich, M.B. and Murray, M.W. Effects of environmental methylmercury on the health of wild birds, mammals, and fish. Ambio 36(1), 12-18.

(2007) Silvers, C.S., Pratt, P.D., Ferriter, A.P. and Center, T.D. TAME melaleuca: A regional approach for suppressing one of Florida's worst weeds. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 45(1-8.

(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) Willard, D.A. and Cronin, T.M. Paleoecology and ecosystem restoration: case studies from Chesapeake Bay and the Florida Everglades. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5(9), 491-498.

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(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) Baksh, S.I. and Richards, J.H. An architectural model for Eleocharis: Morphology and development of Eleocharis cellulosa (Cyperaceae). American Journal of Botany 93(5), 707-715.

(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) Brown, M.T., Cohen, M.J., Bardi, E. and Ingwersen, W.W. Species diversity in the Florida Everglades, USA: A systems approach to calculating biodiversity. Aquatic Sciences 68(3), 254-277.

(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) Childers, D.L., Boyer, J.N., Davis, S.E., Madden, C.J., Rudnick, D.T. and Sklar, F.H. Relating precipitation and water management to nutrient concentrations in the oligotrophic "upside-down" estuaries of the Florida Everglades. Limnology and Oceanography 51(1), 602-616.

(2006) Chimney, M.J. and Pietro, K.C. Decomposition of macrophyte litter in a subtropical constructed wetland in south Florida (USA). Ecological Engineering 27(4), 301-321.

(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) 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) Gawlik, D.E. The role of wildlife science in wetland ecosystem restoration: Lessons from the Everglades. Ecological Engineering 26(1), 70-83.

(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) Han, S.H., Gill, G.A., Lehman, R.D. and Choe, K.Y. Complexation of mercury by dissolved organic matter in surface waters of Galveston Bay, Texas. Marine Chemistry 98(2-4), 156-166.

(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) 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) Lal, A.M.W. Determination of multiple aquifer parameters using generated water level disturbances. Water Resources Research 42(3),

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

(2006) Maehr, D.S., Crowley, P., Cox, J.J., Lacki, M.J., Larkin, J.L., Hoctor, T.S., Harris, L.D. and Hall, P.M. Of cats and Haruspices: genetic intervention in the Florida panther. Response to Pimm et al. (2006). Animal Conservation 9(2), 127-132.

(2006) 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.

(2006) Martin, J., Nichols, J.D., Kitchens, W.M. and Hines, J.E. Multiscale patterns of movement in fragmented landscapes and consequences on demography of the snail kite in Florida. Journal of Animal Ecology 75(2), 527-539.

(2006) Milon, J.W. and Scrogin, D. Latent preferences and valuation of wetland ecosystem restoration. Ecological Economics 56(2), 162-175.

(2006) Rejmankova, E. and Houdkova, K. Wetland plant decomposition under different nutrient conditions: what is more important, litter quality or site quality? Biogeochemistry 80(3), 245-262.

(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.

(2006) Ross, M.S., Mitchell-Bruker, S., Sah, J.P., Stothoff, S., Ruiz, P.L., Reed, D.L., Jayachandran, K. and Coultas, C.L. Interaction of hydrology and nutrient limitation in the Ridge and Slough landscape of the southern Everglades. Hydrobiologia 569(37-59.

(2006) Simard, M., Zhang, K.Q., Rivera-Monroy, V.H., Ross, M.S., Ruiz, P.L., Castaneda-Moya, E., Twilley, R.R. and Rodriguez, E. Mapping height and biomass of mangrove forests in Everglades National Park with SRTM elevation data. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 72(3), 299-311.

(2006) Tilley, D.R. and Brown, M.T. Dynamic emergy accounting for assessing the environmental benefits of subtropical wetland stormwater management systems. Ecological Modelling 192(3-4), 327-361.

(2006a) Wang, D.L., Berry, M.W., Carr, E.A. and Gross, L.J. A parallel fish landscape model for ecosystem modeling. Simulation-Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International 82(7), 451-465.

(2006b) Wang, D.L., Berry, M.W. and Gross, L.J. On parallelization of a spatially-explicit structured ecological model for integrated ecosystem simulation. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications 20(4), 571-581.

(2006) Wang, Y.K., Stevenson, R.J., Sweets, P.R. and DiFranco, J. Developing and testing diatom indicators for wetlands in the Casco Bay watershed, Maine, USA. Hydrobiologia 561(191-206.

 

(2006) Williams, A.J. and Trexler, J.C. A preliminary analysis of the correlation of food-web characteristics with hydrology and nutrient gradients in the southern Everglades. Hydrobiologia 569(493-504.

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(2005) Anonymous. Special Report: Water, bird and man - The Everglades. The Economist, London 377(8447), 29.

 

(2005) Ault, J.S., Bohnsack, J.A., Smith, S.G. and Luo, J.G. Towards sustainable multispecies fisheries in the Florida, USA, coral reef ecosystem. Bulletin of Marine Science 76(2), 595-622.

 

(2005a) 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.

 

(2005b) Davis, S.M., Gaiser, E.E., Loftus, W.F. and Huffman, A.E. Southern marl prairies conceptual ecological model. Wetlands 25(4), 821-831.

 

(2005) DeAngelis, D.L., Trexler, J.C. and Loftus, W.F. Life history trade-offs and community dynamics of small fishes in a seasonally pulsed wetland. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62(4), 781-790.

 

(2005) Dong, Q. Pulse transmission in detritus-dominated food web. Dynamics of Continuous Discrete and Impulsive Systems-Series B-Applications & Algorithms 2(748-753.

 

(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) Evans, D.W. and Crumley, P.H. Mercury in Florida Bay fish: Spatial distribution of elevated concentrations and possible linkages to Everglades restoration. Bulletin of Marine Science 77(3), 321-345.

 

(2005) Frisch, D., Libman, B.S., D'Surney, S.J. and Threlkeld, S.T. Diversity of floodplain copepods (Crustacea) modified by flooding: species richness, diapause strategies and population genetics. Archiv Fur Hydrobiologie 162(1), 1-17.

 

(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) 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) Harmon, S.M., King, J.K., Gladden, J.B., Chandler, G.T. and Newman, L.A. Mercury body burdens in Gambusia holbrooki and Erimyzon sucetta in a wetland mesocosm amended with sulfate. Chemosphere 59(2), 227-233.

 

(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) Hsu, P.H. and Hatcher, P.G. New evidence for covalent coupling of peptides to humic acids based on 2D NMR spectroscopy: A means for preservation. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 69(18), 4521-4533.

 

(2005) Immanuel, A., Berry, M.W., Gross, L.J., Palmer, M. and Wang, D.L. A parallel implementation of ALFISH: simulating hydrological compartmentalization effects on fish dynamics in the Florida Everglades. Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 13(1), 55-76.

 

(2005) Kang, W.J., Kolasa, K.V. and Rials, M.W. Groundwater inflow and associated transport of phosphorus to a hypereutrophic lake. Environmental Geology 47(4), 565-575.

 

(2005) Langevin, C., Swain, E. and Wolfert, M. Simulation of integrated surface-water/ground-water flow and salinity for a coastal wetland and adjacent estuary. Journal of Hydrology 314(1-4), 212-234.

 

(2005) Marsik, F.J., Keeler, G.J., Lindberg, S.E. and Zhang, H. Air-surface exchange of gaseous mercury over a mixed sawgrass-cattail stand within the Florida Everglades. Environmental Science & Technology 39(13), 4739-4746.

 

(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) Mehrotra, A.S. and Sedlak, D.L. Decrease in net mercury methylation rates following iron amendment to anoxic wetland sediment slurries. Environmental Science & Technology 39(8), 2564-2570.

 

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

 

(2005a) Ogden, J.C., Davis, S.M., Barnes, T.K., Jacobs, K.J. and Gentile, J.H. Total System Conceptual Ecological Model. Wetlands 25(4), 955-979.

 

(2005b) Ogden, J.C., Davis, S.M., Jacobs, K.J., Barnes, T. and Fling, H.E. The use of conceptual ecological models to guide ecosystem restoration in South Florida. Wetlands 25(4), 795-809.

 

(2005) Park, J., Obeysekera, J. and VanZee, R. Prediction boundaries and forecasting of non linear hydrologic stage data. Journal of Hydrology 312(1-4), 79-94.

 

(2005) Prato, T. Bayesian adaptive management of ecosystems. Ecological Modelling 183(2-3), 147-156.

 

(2005) Renken, R.A., Cunningham, K.J., Zygnerski, M.R., Wacker, M.A., Shapiro, A.M., Harvey, R.W., Metge, D.W., Osborn, C.L. and Ryan, J.N. Assessing the vulnerability of a municipal well field to contamination in a karst aquifer. Environmental & Engineering Geoscience 11(4), 319-331.

 

(2005) Romero, L.M., Smith, T.J. and Fourqurean, J.W. Changes in mass and nutrient content of wood during decomposition in a south Florida mangrove forest. Journal of Ecology 93(3), 618-631.

 

(2005) Rudnick, D.T., Ortner, P.B., Browder, J.A. and Davis, S.M. A conceptual ecological model of Florida Bay. Wetlands 25(4), 870-883.

 

(2005) Rumbold, D.G. A probabilistic risk assessment of the effects of methylmercury on great egrets and bald eagles foraging at a constructed wetland in South Florida relative to the Everglades. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 11(2), 365-388.

 

(2005) Sime, P. St. Lucie estuary and Indian River Lagoon conceptual ecological model. Wetlands 25(4), 898-907.

 

(2005) Trexler, J.C., Loftus, W.F. and Perry, S. Disturbance frequency and community structure in a twenty-five year intervention study. Oecologia 145(1), 140-152.

 

(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.

 

(2005) Wang, D.L., Carr, E., Gross, L.J. and Berry, M.W. Toward ecosystem modeling on computing grids. Computing in Science & Engineering 7(5), 44-52.

 

(2005) Wetzel, P.R., van der Valk, A.G., Newman, S., Gawlik, D.E., Troxler Gann, T.G., Coronado-Molina, C.A., Childers, D.L. and Sklar, F.H. Maintaining tree islands in the Florida Everglades: nutrient redistribution is the key. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(7), 370-376.

(2005) Wilsnack, M.M., Kelson, V.P. and Wittman, J.F. An application of the analytic element method in modeling Florida everglades hydrology. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 41(1), 67-76.

   

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