Across-scale patterning of plant-soil–water interactions surrounding tree islands in Southern Everglades landscapes

  title={Across-scale patterning of plant-soil–water interactions surrounding tree islands in Southern Everglades landscapes},
  author={Erin J Hanan and Michael S. Ross},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
The freshwater Everglades is a complex system containing thousands of tree islands embedded within a marsh-grassland matrix. The tree island-marsh mosaic is shaped and maintained by hydrologic, edaphic and biological mechanisms that interact across multiple scales. Preserving tree islands requires a more integrated understanding of how scale-dependent phenomena interact in the larger freshwater system. The hierarchical patch dynamics paradigm provides a conceptual framework for exploring multi… CONTINUE READING
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