References

References

Source references used in “The Everglades” section of the Friends of the Everglades website:

1.  National Park Service. http://www.nps.gov/ever/naturescience/naturalfeaturesandecosystems.htm

2 Everglades Foundation p. 3. http://www.drivecms.com/uploads/evergladesfoundation.org/EAC%20Essentials%20ROADMAP%20~.pdf

  1. Ibid.
  1. Grunwald p. 17.
  1. Mark T. Brown, Matthew J. Cohen; Eliana Bardi; and Wesley W. Ingwersen), Species Diversity in the Florida Everglades, USA: a systems approach to calculating biodiversity, Aquatic Sciences-Research Across Boundaries. Volume 68 no 3 254-277 DOI:10.1007/s00027-006-0854-1.
  1. National Research Council p. 3.
  1. National Research Council p. 161.
  1. Scheidt, D. J., and P. I. Kalla. 2007. Everglades Ecosystem Assessment: Water management, water quality, eutrophication, mercury contamination, soils and habitat. Monitoring for adaptive management: A R-EMAP status report. EPA 904-R-07-001. Atlanta, GA: EPA.
  1. South Florida Water Management District   http://www.sfwmd.gov/portal/page/portal/pg_grp_sfwmd_koe/pg_sfwmd_koe_evergladesproblems?_piref2814_19613745_2814_19613742_19613742.tabstring=tab2302148 .
  1. Ibid.
  1. Flaig, E. G., and K. R. Reddy. 1995. Fate of phosphorus in the Lake Okeechobee watershed, Florida, USA: Overview and recommendations. Ecological Engineering 5:127-National Research Council.
  1. Doering, P.H. 1996. Temporal variability of water quality in the St. Lucie Estuary, South Flordia. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 32:1293-1306.
  1. Doering, P.H. and R.H. Chamberlain. 1999. Water Quality and source of freshwater discharge to the Caloosahatchee Estuary, Florida. Journal of the American Water Resource Association 35: 793-806.
  1. National Research Council.
  1. Ibid.
  1. Li, S., I. A. Mendelssohn, H. Chen and W. H. Orem. 2009. Does sulfate enrichment promote the expansion of Typha domingensis (cattail) in the Florida Everglades? Freshwater Biology 54(9):1909-1923.
  1. National Research Council p. 161.
  1. National Research Council.
  1. Bates, A. L., W. H. Orem, J. W. Harvey, and E. C. Spiker. 2002. Tracing sources of sulfur in the Florida Everglades. Journal of Environmental Quality 31:287-299.
  1. National Research Council p. 12.
  1. Scheidt, D. J., and P. I. Kalla. 2007. Everglades Ecosystem Assessment: Water management, water quality, eutrophication, mercury contamination, soils and habitat. Monitoring for adaptive management: A R-EMAP status report. EPA 904-R-07-001. Atlanta, GA: EPA.
  1. National Research Council p. 163.
  1. Benoit, J. M., C. Gilmour, A. Heyes, R. P. Mason, and C. Miller. 2003. Geochemical and biological controls over methylmercury production and degradation in aquatic ecosystems. Pp. 262-297 in Chai, Y., and O. C. Braids, eds., Biogeochemistry of Environmentally Important Trace Elements. ACS Symposium Series #835. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society.
  1. Ibid.
  1. Gilmour, C., W. Orem, G. Aiken, and D. Krabbenhoft. 2009. Sulfur Impacts on MeHg: A Summary of ACME Field Data and Experiments. Seminar presented at the Second Annual Workshop on Mercury and Sulfur in South Florida Wetlands held in June 2009.
  1. Scheidt, D. J., and P. I. Kalla. 2007. Everglades Ecosystem Assessment: Water management, water quality, eutrophication, mercury contamination, soils and habitat. Monitoring for adaptive management: A R-EMAP status report. EPA 904-R-07-001. Atlanta, GA: EPA.
  1. Gilmour, C., D. Krabbenhoft, W. Orem, G. Aiken, and E. Roden. 2007. Status Report on ACME Studies on the Control of Hg Methylation and Bioaccumulation in the Everglades. West Palm Beach, FL: South Florida Water Management District.
  1. National Reseach Council p. 164.
  1. Krabbenhoft, D., W. Orem, G. Aiken, and C. Gilmour. 2009. Linking Mercury, Sulfate, DOC and Hydrology at Site 3A15 -1995-2008. Seminar presented at the Second Annual Workshop on Mercury and Sulfur in South Florida Wetlands held in June 2009.
  1. National Research Council p. 165
  1. National Research Council p. 40.
  1. Ferriter, A., K. Serbesoff-King, M. Bodle, C. Goodyear, B. Doren, and K. Langeland. 2004. Invasive Species and Everglades Restoration. In SFWMD. 2004. South Florida Environmental Report. Available online at https://my.sfwmd.gov/portal/page/portal/pg_grp_sfwmd_sfer/portlet_prevreport/final/ind ex.html. Accessed June 21, 2010.
  1. Marshall, C., Jr., R. Pielke Sr., L. Steyaert, and D. Willard. 2004. The impact of anthropogenic land cover change on the Florida peninsula sea breezes and warm season sensible weather. Monthly Weather Review 132:28-52.
  1. Sklar, F. H., and A. G. van der Valk. 2002. Tree islands of the Everglades: An overview. Pp. 1- 17 in Sklar, F. H., and A. G. van der Valk, eds. Tree Islands of the Everglades. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  1. Ibid.
  1. National Research Council p. 115.
  1. Doren, R. F., J. C. Trexler, M. Harwell, and G. R. Best. (2008). System-wide Indicators for Everglades Restoration 2008 Assessment. Unpublished Technical Report.
  1. Doren, R. F., J. H. Richards, and J. C. Volin. 2009a. A conceptual ecological model to facilitate understanding the role of invasive species in large-scale ecosystem restoration. Environmental Indicators 9S:S150-S160.
  1. Doren, R. F., J. C. Trexler, M. Harwell, and G. R. Best. 2009. Indicators for Everglades Restoration. Ecological Indicators 9(Supp. 1).

 

Bibliography __________________________________________________________________

National Research Council. Committee on Independent Scientific Review of Everglades Restoration Progress. Progress Toward Restoring the Everglades: The Third Biennial Review—2010. ISBN: 0-309-16007-3. http://www.nap.edu/catalog/12988.html

Michael Grunwald (2006). The Swamp: The Everglades, Florida, and the Politics of Paradise, Simon and Schuster Paperbacks ISBN 978-0-7432-5105-1

Thomas E. Lodge (2010). The Everglades Handbook: Understanding the Ecosystem. Third Edition CRC Press   ISBN 978-1-4398-0262-5

 

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