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Figure 1. Ridge and Slough Landscape.

Figure 2. Map of Greater Florida Everglades and Core Locations. The above map illustrates the compartmentalization of the Greater Everglades into Water Conservation Areas. The historical extent of the ridge and slough landscape is represented by the light blue shading (modified from McVoy, 1999). The core collection locations are marked with a yellow circle.

Figure 3. Age Models for Selected Cores.

Figure 4. Surface Samples from Transect 02-05-20. Pie charts display pollen assemblage information for surface samples. The cartoon illustrates vegetation types for each environment underlain with a written description. The bar graphs compare Cladium vs Nymphaea pollen percentages for each surface sample.

Figure 5. Surface Samples from Transect 02-05-21. Pie charts display pollen assemblage information for surface samples. The cartoon illustrates vegetation types for each environment underlain with a written description. The bar graphs compare Cladium vs Nymphaea pollen percentages for each surface sample.

Figure 6. Surface Samples from Transect 02-05-22. Pie charts display pollen assemblage information for surface samples. The cartoon illustrates vegetation types for each environment underlain with a written description. The bar graphs compare Cladium vs Nymphaea pollen percentages for each surface sample.

Figure 7. Pollen Profile for Ridge Core 02-05-21-2. The above figure displays percent abundance of pollen for the major plant species. A simple lithology is illustrated to the left of the diagram. Modern Analogs are displayed to the right of the diagram. Radiocarbon dates are in calibrated years before present. Lead-210 chronology is marked by the blue box. 1000 calyrBP, solid black line, is calculated using an age model (Figure 3). Pollen Zones are denoted by the dashed line and roman numerals.

Figure 8. Pollen Profile for Transition Core 02-05-21-4. The above figure displays percent abundance of pollen for the major plant species. A simple lithology is illustrated to the left of the diagram. Modern Analogs are displayed to the right of the diagram. Radiocarbon dates are in calibrated years before present. Lead-210 chronology is marked by the blue box. 1000 calyrBP, solid black line, is calculated using an age model (Figure 3). Pollen Zones are denoted by the dashed line and roman numerals.

Figure 9. Pollen Profile for Slough Core 02-05-21-5. The above figure displays percent abundance of pollen for the major plant species. A simple lithology is illustrated to the left of the diagram. Modern Analogs are displayed to the right of the diagram. Radiocarbon dates are in calibrated years before present. Lead-210 chronology is marked by the blue box. 1000 calyrBP, solid black line, is calculated using an age model (Figure 3). Pollen Zones are denoted by the dashed line and roman numerals.

Figure 10. Pollen Profile for Ridge Core 02-05-20-14. The above figure displays percent abundance of pollen for the major plant species. A simple lithology is illustrated to the left of the diagram. Modern Analogs are displayed to the right of the diagram. Radiocarbon dates are in calibrated years before present. 1000 calyrBP, solid black line, is calculated using an age model (Figure 3). Pollen Zones are denoted by the dashed line and roman numerals.

Figure 11. Pollen Profile for Slough Core 02-05-20-13. The above figure displays percent abundance of pollen for the major plant species. A simple lithology is illustrated to the left of the diagram. Modern Analogs are displayed to the right of the diagram. Radiocarbon dates are in calibrated years before present. Pollen Zones are denoted by the dashed line and roman numerals.

Figure 12. Pollen Profile for Ridge Core 00-8-10-13. The above figure displays percent abundance of pollen for the major plant species. A simple lithology is illustrated to the left of the diagram. Modern Analogs are displayed to the right of the diagram. Radiocarbon dates are in calibrated years before present. Lead-210 chronology is marked by the blue box. 1000 calyrBP, solid black line, is calculated using an age model (Figure 3). Pollen Zones are denoted by the dashed line and roman numerals.

Figure 13. Pollen Profile for Slough Core 00-8-10-14. The above figure displays percent abundance of pollen for the major plant species. A simple lithology is illustrated to the left of the diagram. Modern Analogs are displayed to the right of the diagram. Radiocarbon dates are in calibrated years before present. Lead-210 chronology is marked by the blue box. 1000 calyrBP, solid black line, is calculated using an age model (Figure 3). Pollen Zones are denoted by the dashed line and roman numerals.

Table:

Table 1. Vegetation distribution. Above details location of major plants in the ridge and slough landscape. Presence is denoted with "X".

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