The Southeast Saline Everglades revisited : 50 years of coastal vegetation change

@inproceedings{Ross2000TheSS,
  title={The Southeast Saline Everglades revisited : 50 years of coastal vegetation change},
  author={Ross and Guy J. Telesnicki},
  year={2000}
}
We examined the vegetation of the Southeast Saline Everglades (SESE), where water management and sea level rise have been important ecological forces during the last 50 years. Marshes within the SESE were arranged in well-defined compositional zones parallel to the coast, with mangrove-dominated shrub communities near the coast giving way to graminoidmangrove mixtures, and then Cladium marsh. The compositional gradient was accompanied by an interiorward decrease in total aboveground biomass… CONTINUE READING
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