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- Villa, Jorge A.; Mitsch, William J.; Song, Keunyea; Miao, ShiLi
- Ecological engineering 2014 v.71 pp. 118-125
- Cladium mariscus subsp. jamaicense, etc ; Najas guadalupensis; mixing; plant communities; Chara; vegetation; Typha domingensis; submerged aquatic plants; dissolved organic carbon; Nymphaea; biomass; stable isotopes; statistical models; wetland plants; phosphorus; Florida; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Carbon stable isotopes were used to investigate the contribution of different wetland plant communities commonly found in the Everglades to the dissolved organic carbon (DOC) exported from a mesocosm experiment. The species conforming the different treatments in the mesocosms were: Typha domingensis Pers, Cladium jamaicense Crantz, Nymphaea sp., Nymphaea sp./Eleocharis sp., Najas guadalupensis [Sp ...
- Lagerwall, Gareth; Kiker, Gregory; Muñoz-Carpena, Rafael; Wang, Naiming
- Ecological modelling 2014 v.275 pp. 22-30
- Cladium mariscus subsp. jamaicense, etc ; Typha domingensis; algorithms; best management practices; computer simulation; confidence interval; ecology; equations; phosphorus; risk; simulation models; soil; spatial data; uncertainty; vegetation; water conservation; Florida; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... The Florida Everglades are experiencing a shift in vegetation, due to the more invasive Typha domingensis (cattail) occupying areas that were historically dominated by Cladium jamaicense (sawgrass). A computer simulation model is required in order to better understand these vegetation dynamics and to develop best management practices, as the focus of the comprehensive Everglades restoration plan ( ...