Dynamic factor modeling of ground and surface water levels in an agricultural area adjacent to Everglades National Park

@inproceedings{Rittera2005DynamicFM,
  title={Dynamic factor modeling of ground and surface water levels in an agricultural area adjacent to Everglades National Park},
  author={A. Rittera and R. Mu{\~n}oz-Carpenaa},
  year={2005}
}
  • A. Rittera, R. Muñoz-Carpenaa
  • Published 2005
The extensive eastern boundary of Everglades National Park (ENP) in south Florida (USA) is subject to one the most expensive and ambitious environmental restoration projects in history. Understanding and predicting the interaction between the shallow aquifer and surface water is a key component for fine-tuning the process. The Frog Pond is an intensively instrumented agricultural 2023 ha area adjacent to ENP. The interactions among 21 multivariate daily time series (ground and surface water… CONTINUE READING
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