Linkages between the South Florida Peninsula and Coastal Zone: Assessment-Based History of Natural and Anthropogenic Influences
The Everglades, Florida Bay, and Coral Reefs of the Florida Keys: An Ecosystem Sourcebook
Karen and James Porter
Providing a synthesis of basic and applied research, The Everglades, Florida Bay, and Coral Reefs of the Florida Keys: An Ecosystem Sourcebook takes an encyclopedic look at how to study and manage ecosystems connected by surface and subsurface water movements. The book examines the South Florida hydroscape, a series of ecosystems linked by hydrology in a region of intense human development and profound modifications to the natural environment.
The book presents scientific studies in the South Florida Hydroscape, discusses policy and management by government and nonprofit groups, and explores how the whole watershed approach must be used to successfully protect coral reefs. The contributions range from the traditional to the controversial, questioning current management schemes and summarizing the results of state-of-the-art research.
Billions of dollars, countless man-hours, and innumerable resources have been spent studying the various South Florida ecosystems and how they are linked. The Everglades, Florida Bay, and Coral Reefs of the Florida Keys: An Ecosystem Sourcebook shows you how the principles learned in this region can be applied to other tropical and subtropical hydroscapes.
Marine Biology | Oceanography and Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology
Terry A. Nelsen, Ginger Garte, Charles Featherstone, Harold R. Wanless, John Trefry, Woo-Jun Kang, Simone Metz, Carlos A. Alvarez-Zarikian, Terri Hood, Peter K. Swart, Geoffrey Ellis, Patricia Blackwelder, Leonore Tedesco, Catherine Slouch, Joseph F. Pachut, and Mike O'Neal. 2001. Linkages between the South Florida Peninsula and Coastal Zone: Assessment-Based History of Natural and Anthropogenic Influences. , () . http://nsuworks.nova.edu/occ_facbooks/64.