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Acknowledgements

Summary
Background
Introduction
Causes of change
Evidence of change
Formation & Maintenance
Ecological impacts
Recommendations
Performance measure
Acknowledgements
References
The SCT expresses its sincere gratitude to all of the contributors and reviewers listed below that participated in the preparation of the many drafts of this document. Those listed as contributors wrote one or more sections of the paper, and/or contributed specific text. Those listed as reviewers reviewed one or more of the drafts, and provided written comments. The SCT thanks Chris McVoy for playing a pivotal role in bringing attention to the role of flow in the ridge and slough landscape. We also are indebted to Garth Redfield and the South Florida Water Management District for funding and conducting an independent peer review of this document by seven, independent experts listed below. Their contributions, and the contributions of all of the reviewers, were invaluable in improving the quality of the paper.


Editor

Nicholas G. Aumen, Everglades National Park


Contributors:

Tom Armentano, Everglades National Park
Nicholas G. Aumen, Everglades National Park
Joan Browder, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
Elizabeth Crisfield, Everglades National Park
Peter Frederick, University of Florida
Dale Gawlik, South Florida Water Management District
Harry Jenter, US Geological Survey
Jim Kushlan, Smithsonian Institution
Chris McVoy, South Florida Water Management District
Martha Nungesser, South Florida Water Management District
John Ogden, South Florida Water Management District
Gregory Pasternack, University of California - Davis
Mike Ross, Florida International University
Fred Sklar, South Florida Water Management District
Joel Trexler, Florida International University
Jon Woolverton, US Geological Survey


Individual and agency reviewers from which comments on earlier drafts were received:

Sydney Bacchus, public
Ronnie Best, US Geological Survey
Gwen Burzycki, Miami-Dade County
James Duck, compiled comments from the US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District
Chris Farrell, public
Matt Harwell, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Harry Jenter, US Geological Survey
Brian Keller, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
Tom Lodge, public
Bill Loftus, US Geological Survey
John Marshall, public
Paul McCormick, Everglades National Park
Jack Moller, public
Mitch Murray, US Geological Survey
John Ogden, South Florida Water Management District
Peter Ortner, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
Peter Rauch, public
Terry Rice, Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida
Eric Swain, US Geological Survey
Ken Tarboton, South Florida Water Management District
Mike Waldon, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Jeff Walters, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


Independent peer review panel

Barbara L. Bedford, Senior Research Associate, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University
Thomas S. Bianchi, Associate Professor, Department of Earth and Ecosystem Sciences, Tulane University
James G. Gosselink, Professor Emeritus, Center for Wetland Resources, Louisiana State University
Paul A. Keddy, Professor of Environmental Sciences, Department of Biological Sciences, Southeastern Louisiana University
Barbara W. Leyden, Professor, Department of Geology, University of South Florida
William H. McDowell, Professor, Department of Natural Resources, University of New Hampshire
Gregory B. Pasternack, Associate Professor, Department of Land, Air, and Water Resources, University of California – Davis



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