Wednesday, June 6, 2007: 8:00 AM-9:45 AM
Lexington Room B (Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center)
Special Session - Everglades Water Quality: On the Critical Path to Restoration I
A large-scale program is underway to restore America's Everglades. Efforts to restore wetland hydrology depend on related efforts to clean up and protect Everglades water quality. The Everglades evolved under phosphorus-limited conditions, and nutrient-laden surface runoff from agricultural and urban sources have caused deleterious changes in flora and fauna. This session and accompanying posters present monitoring and research results designed to support water quality restoration.
Organizer:Nicholas Aumen
8:00 AMA Targeted Northern Everglades Monitoring and Modeling Program to Address Management Needs through Improved Understanding of Water Quality Issues
Matthew Harwell, Donatto Surratt, Michael G. Waldon, Nicholas Aumen
8:15 AMTime-series and spatial tracking of canal water intrusion into the marsh of A.R.M. Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge
Donatto Surratt, Michael G. Waldon, Matthew Harwell
8:30 AMVegetation patterns across chemical and hydrologic gradients in a northern Everglades wetland
Paul McCormick, Rebekah Gibble
8:45 AMWater Quality Gradients in the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge
Jim Entry, Donatto Surratt, Matthew Harwell, Michael G. Waldon, Nicholas Aumen
9:00 AMHydrologic and Water Quality Modeling of a Northern Everglades Wetland
Ehab Meselhe, Jeanne C. Arceneaux, Chunfang Chen, Alonso Griborio, Michael G. Waldon
9:15 AMData Synthesis and Management Recommendations from a Water Quality Monitoring and Modeling Program in the Northern Everglades
Nicholas Aumen, Matthew Harwell, Donatto Surratt, Michael G. Waldon, Jim Entry
9:30 AMWeb Enabled Geoprocessing
Ken Pathak, Peter H. Besrutschko, David T. Moore, Greg M. Walker
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