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Daniel Gann

Daniel Gann

FCE Site Role
Project Collaborator

Florida International University

Spatial and temporal scaling aspects of plant community ecology. Detection of vegetation patterns using remote sensing methods.

FCE Working groups
Primary Production, Trophic Dynamics, Scenarios & Modeling, Carbon Cycling

  • Contact
    • Mailing address:
    • Department of Biological Sciences
    • Florida International University
    • 11200 SW 8th St
    • Miami, FL 33199
  • Recent FCE Leveraged Projects
    Monitoring of tree island condition in the southern Everglades

    Authors: Sah, J.P., M.S. Ross, D. Gann
    Funding organization: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    Time period: 2019 - 2024

    Algorithm development to detect seasonal changes in submerged aquatic and emergent vegetation using a combination of multi-spectral satellite data and water-depth estimates

    Authors: Gann, D.
    Funding organization: South Florida Water Management District
    Time period: 2019 - 2021

    Optimization of LiDAR data processing algorithms for wetland graminoid marsh and prairie vegetation

    Authors: Gann, D., P.C. Olivas, J.H. Richards, S. Wdowinski, K. Zhang
    Funding organization: National Park Service - Department of the Interior
    Time period: 15 May 2018 - 31 May 2020

    Detecting vegetation change along ENP Boundary areas

    Authors: Gann, D., S. Wdowinski
    Funding organization: National Park Service - Department of the Interior
    Time period: 03 Jul 2017 - 30 Sep 2019

  • Recent FCE Presentations

    Troxler, T., B.J. Wilson, F.H. Sklar, S.P. Charles, J. Kominoski, E.E. Gaiser, C. Coronado-Molina, S.P. Kelly, S.E. Davis, K. Ishtiaq, J.H. Richards and D. Gann. 2019. Responses of marsh ecosystems to coastal change in the Southeastern Florida Everglades. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation 25th Biennial Conference, Mobile, Alabama, November 4, 2019.

    Rodemann, J.,Grove, K., R.O. Santos, J.S. Rehage, D. Gann, Z.F. Fratto, D. Lagomasino, M.O. Hall and B. Furman. 2019. Designing urban futures: technopolitical landscapes of resilience in Miami-Dade County. Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) annual conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 10, 2019.