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Across Trophic Level System Simulation (ATLSS)

Across Trophic Level System Simulation (ATLSS) - Alligators

Across Trophic Level System Simulation (ATLSS) - Crayfish

Across Trophic Level System Simulation (ATLSS) - Landscape/Vegetation

An integrated plan for invasive reptile research and management in Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, and Biscayne National Park

Application of Stable Isotope Techniques to Identifying Foodweb Structure, Contaminant Sources, and Biogeochemical Reactions in the Everglades

Community Dynamics along a Salinity Gradient in Florida Bay

Compilation of Alligator Data Sets in South Florida for Restoration Needs

Cycling and Speciation of Mercury in the Food Chain of South Florida

Development of control tools for invasive pythons in Greater Everglades ecosystems

Development of Integrated Sampling of Fishes in Forested Wetlands in South Florida with Emphasis on Food Web Structure

Development of Trojan Y technology to control invasive fishes in the Greater Everglades

Ecological Models for Evaluating Effects of Restoration Alternatives on Coastal Ecosystems of Southwest Florida

Ecological Risk Assessment of Toxic Substances in the South Florida Ecosystem: Wildlife Effects and Exposure Assessment

Ecology, Modeling, and Monitoring of Crocodilians in the Greater Everglades

Effects of hydrological restoration on manatees: Integrating data and models for the Ten Thousand Islands and Everglades

Efficacy of eDNA as an early detection and rapid response indicator for Burmese Pythons in the northern Greater Everglades Ecosystem

Empirical Studies in Support of a Pink Shrimp, Farfantepenaeus duorarum, Simulation Model for Florida Bay

Empirical Studies in Support of Florida Bay and Adjacent Marine Ecosystems Restoration

Everglades Wetland Restoration Studies, with a focus on Southwest Florida

Experimental Studies of Predator and Prey Interactions

Genomic sequencing of African Jewelfish

Habitat use of threatened and endangered sea turtles in the Greater Everglades

Influence of Hydrology on Life-History Parameters of Common Freshwater Fishes from Southern Florida

Life History, Ecology, and Interactions of Everglades Crayfishes in Response to Hydrological Restoration

Long-Term Aquatic Biota Database Analysis

Mercury Transfer Through an Everglades Aquatic Food Web

Monitoring Sub-Aquatic Vegetation through Remote Sensing: A Pilot Study in Florida Bay

Nonindigenous Fishes in Florida: A Guide to their Identification, Distribution, Ecology, and Impacts

Population Structure and Spatial Delineation of Consumer Communities in the Everglades National Park

Predicting Effects of Hydrologic Restoration on Manatees along the Southwest Coast of Florida

Preliminary Characterization of the Microbial Ecology of the Upper Florida Aquifer and Literature Review of the Microbe-Induced Changes in Metal Mobility and Toxicity during Aquifer Storage and Recovery Testing

Quantitative Sampling of Freshwater Fish Species within the Big Cypress National Preserve: A Long-Term Research Program to Evaluate the Ecological Effects of CERP

Relationships Between Inshore Nursery Habitats of the Pink Shrimp, Penaeus duorarum, and the Offshore Tortugas and Sanibel Fisheries

Role of Marsh-Mangrove Interface Habitats as Aquatic Refuges for Wetland Fishes and Other Aquatic Animals

South Florida Seagrass Fish and Invertebrate Assessment Network

Southern Florida National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program

Synthesis by the Aquatic Cycling of Mercury in the Everglades

Temporal and Spatial Variation in Seagrass Associated Fish and Invertebrates in Western Florida Bay

The Role of Aquatic Refuges in the Wetland Complex of Southern Florida in Relation to System Restoration

Understanding and Predicting Global Climate Change Impacts on the Vegetation and Fauna of Mangrove Forested Wetlands in Florida

Use of Amphibian Communities as Indicators of Restoration Success in the Greater Everglades

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