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Biscayne Bay conceptual ecological model
Biscayne Bay is a naturally clear-water bay that spans the length of Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA. It is bordered on the east by barrier islands that include Miami Beach and is an almostExpand
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Interaction of physical and biological factors in the large-scale distribution of juvenile queen conch in seagrass meadows
Large-scale distribution of a large, commercially significant gastropod, Strombus gigas (queen conch), was investigated in a 11,000-ha region of the Great Bahama Bank near Lee Stocking Island, ExumaExpand
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An Investigation of Summer Upwelling Across Central Florida's Atlantic Coast: The Case for Wind Stress Forcing
Three water temperature time series are used to characterize seasonal upwelling off Florida's central Atlantic coast. Data recorded near the bottom at a mid-shelf study site indicate fluctuations inExpand
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A Simulation of Historic Hydrology and Salinity in Everglades National Park: Coupling Paleoecologic Assemblage Data with Regression Models
Restoration of Florida’s Everglades requires scientifically supportable hydrologic targets. This study establishes a restoration baseline by developing a method to simulate hydrologic and salinityExpand
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CORAL ZONATION AND PATTERNS OF COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN BAHAMIAN REEF FISHES
The effects of coral zonation on reef fish distribution and abundance patterns were investigated by estimating and comparing the population densities of 32 common reef fishes at different sites inExpand
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Estimates of Natural Salinity and Hydrology in a Subtropical Estuarine Ecosystem: Implications for Greater Everglades Restoration
Disruption of the natural patterns of freshwater flow into estuarine ecosystems occurred in many locations around the world beginning in the twentieth century. To effectively restore these systems,Expand
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The role of advection in transporting nutrients to the florida reef tract
Near-bottom current meter and dissolved nutrient data are used to describe the advection of nutrients from the Florida Keys to the reef tract, where elevated nutrient concentrations have been shownExpand
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