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Florida International University
FCE Working groups
Detritus & Microbes
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- Florida International University
- 11200 SW 8th St, OE 148
- Miami, FL 33199
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- FCE Publications (19)Book Chapters
Troxler, T., G. Starr, J.N. Boyer, J.D. Fuentes, R. Jaffe, S.L. Malone, J.G. Barr, S.E. Davis, L. Collado-Vides, J.L. Breithaupt, A.K. Saha, R.M. Chambers, C.J. Madden, J.M. Smoak, J.W. Fourqurean, G. Koch, J. Kominoski, L.J. Scinto, S. Oberbauer, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, E. Castañeda-Moya, N.O. Schulte, S.P. Charles, J.H. Richards, D.T. Rudnick, and K.R.T. Whelan. 2019. Chapter 6: Carbon Cycles in the Florida Coastal Everglades Social-Ecological System across Scales, in Childers, D.L., E.E. Gaiser and L.A. Ogden (eds.) The Coastal Everglades: The Dynamics of Social-Ecological Transformation in the South Florida Landscape. Oxford University Press : New York, New York.
Rudnick, D.T., S.P. Kelly, C.J. Madden, K.M. Cunniff, J.N. Boyer, and S. Blair. 2012. An unprecedented phytoplankton bloom occurred in eastern Florida Bay from 2005-2008, pp. 126-128 in Kruczynski, W.L. and P.J. Fletcher (eds.) Tropical Connections: South Florida's Marine Environment. IAN Press, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science : Cambridge, MD.Journal Articles
Ishtiaq, K., T. Troxler, L. Lamb-Wotton, B.J. Wilson, S.P. Charles, S.E. Davis, J. Kominoski, D.T. Rudnick, and F.H. Sklar. 2022. Modeling net ecosystem carbon balance and loss in coastal wetlands exposed to sea-level rise and saltwater intrusion. Ecological Applications DOI: 10.1002/eap.2702.
Sarker, S., J. Kominoski, E.E. Gaiser, L. Scinto, and D.T. Rudnick. 2020. Quantifying effects of increased hydroperiod on wetland nutrient concentrations during early phases of freshwater restoration of the Florida Everglades. Restoration Ecology DOI: 10.1111/rec.13231.
Servais, S., J. Kominoski, C. Coronado-Molina, L. Bauman, S.E. Davis, E.E. Gaiser, S.P. Kelly, C.J. Madden, V. Mazzei, D.T. Rudnick, F. Santamaria, F.H. Sklar, J. Stachelek, T. Troxler, and B.J. Wilson. 2020. Effects of saltwater pulses on soil microbial enzymes and organic matter breakdown in freshwater and brackish coastal wetlands. Estuaries and Coasts DOI: 10.1007/s12237-020-00708-1.
Charles, S.P., J. Kominoski, T. Troxler, E.E. Gaiser, S. Servais, B.J. Wilson, S.E. Davis, F.H. Sklar, C. Coronado-Molina, C.J. Madden, S.P. Kelly, and D.T. Rudnick. 2019. Experimental saltwater intrusion drives rapid soil elevation and carbon loss in freshwater and brackish Everglades marshes. Estuaries and Coasts 42: 1868-1881.
Mazzei, V., E.E. Gaiser, J. Kominoski, B.J. Wilson, S. Servais, L. Bauman, S.E. Davis, S.P. Kelly, F.H. Sklar, D.T. Rudnick, J. Stachelek, and T. Troxler. 2018. Functional and compositional responses of periphyton mats to simulated saltwater intrusion in the southern Everglades. Estuaries and Coasts 41: 2105-2119.
Wilson, B.J., S. Servais, A.D. Gottlieb, J. Kominoski, M. Hu, S.E. Davis, E.E. Gaiser, F.H. Sklar, L. Bauman, S.P. Kelly, C.J. Madden, J.H. Richards, D.T. Rudnick, J. Stachelek, and T. Troxler. 2018. Salinity pulses interact with seasonal dry-down to increase ecosystem carbon loss in marshes of the Florida Everglades. Ecological Applications 28: 2092-2108.
Sullivan, P., E.E. Gaiser, D.D. Surratt, D.T. Rudnick, S.E. Davis, and F.H. Sklar. 2014. Wetland ecosystem response to hydrologic restoration and management: The Everglades and its urban-agricultural boundary (FL, USA). Wetlands 34: 1-8.
Wozniak, J., W.T. Anderson, D.L. Childers, E.E. Gaiser, C.J. Madden, and D.T. Rudnick. 2012. Potential N processing by southern Everglades freshwater marshes: Are Everglades marshes passive conduits for nitrogen? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 96: 60-68.
Rivera-Monroy, V.H., R.R. Twilley, S.E. Davis, D.L. Childers, M. Simard, R.M. Chambers, R. Jaffe, J.N. Boyer, D.T. Rudnick, K. Zhang, E. Castañeda-Moya, S.M.L. Ewe, R.M. Price, C. Coronado-Molina, M.S. Ross, T.J. Smith, B. Michot, E. Meselhe, W.K. Nuttle, T. Troxler, and G.B. Noe. 2011. The role of the Everglades Mangrove Ecotone Region (EMER) in regulating nutrient cycling and wetland productivity in south Florida. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 41: 633-669.
Boyer, J.N., C.R. Kelble, P.B. Ortner, and D.T. Rudnick. 2009. Phytoplankton bloom status: Chlorophyll a biomass as an indicator of water quality condition in the southern estuaries of Florida, USA . Ecological Indicators 9: S56-S67 .
Glibert, P.M., C. Heil, D.T. Rudnick, C.J. Madden, J.N. Boyer, and S.P. Kelly. 2009. Florida Bay: Water quality status and trends, historic and emerging algal bloom problems. Contributions in Marine Science 38: 5-17.
Madden, C.J., D.T. Rudnick, A.A. McDonald, K.M. Cunniff, and J.W. Fourqurean. 2009. Ecological indicators for assessing and communicating seagrass status and trends in Florida Bay. Ecological Indicators 9: S68-S82. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2009.02.004.
Wozniak, J., D.L. Childers, W.T. Anderson, D.T. Rudnick, and C.J. Madden. 2008. An in situ mesocosm method for quantifying nitrogen cycling rates in oligotrophic wetlands using 15N tracer techniques. Wetlands 28: 502-512.
Childers, D.L., J.N. Boyer, S.E. Davis, C.J. Madden, D.T. Rudnick, and F.H. Sklar. 2006. Relating precipitation and water management to nutrient concentration patterns in the oligotrophic "upside down" estuaries of the Florida Everglades. Limnology and Oceanography 51: 602-616.
Davis, S.E., J.E. Cable, D.L. Childers, C. Coronado-Molina, J.W. Day, C.D. Hittle, C.J. Madden, D. Rudnick, E. Reyes, and F. Sklar. 2004. Importance of episodic storm events in controlling ecosystem structure and function in a gulf coast estuary. Journal of Coastal Research 20: 1198-1208.
Davis, S.E., D.L. Childers, J.W. Day, D.T. Rudnick, and F.H. Sklar. 2003. Factors affecting the concentration and flux of materials in two southern Everglades mangrove wetlands. Marine Ecology Progress Series 253: 85-96.
- Recent FCE Leveraged ProjectsThe effects of projected sea-level rise on Everglades coastal ecosystems: Enhancing and continuing experiments to evaluate peat collapse and landscape vulnerability
Authors: Troxler, T., J. Kominoski, E.E. Gaiser, F.H. Sklar, D.T. Rudnick, S.E. Davis
Funding organization: Florida Sea Grant, NOAA
Time period: 01 Feb 2018 - 01 Feb 2021
- Recent FCE Presentations
Redwine, J., C.J. Saunders, C. Zweig, A. Atkinson, A. Nocentini, D.T. Rudnick, J. Kominoski, and J.P. Sah. 2021. Bridging towards restoration: how expanding adaptive management processes will influence the next decade of ecological conditions in Northeast Shark River Slough. Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) Meeting, Virtual, April 20, 2021.