Characteristics of surface-water flows in the ridge and slough landscape of Everglades National Park: implications for particulate transport

Abstract

Over the last one hundred years, compartmentalization and water management activities have reduced water flow to the ridge and slough landscape of the Everglades. As a result, the once corrugated landscape has become topographically and vegetationally uniform. The focus of this study was to quantify variation in surface flow in the ridge and slough… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10750-006-0119-y

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