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By James A. Entry, Andrew D. Gottlieb, Krish Jayachandran, Andrew Ogram

The first synthesis of present learn relating to Everglades microbial group constitution and serve as, this e-book presents an figuring out of the actual and chemical components affecting the constitution of microbial groups, together with nutrient results, sea point upward thrust, and different power stressors. The booklet integrates conventional study on algal and bacterial constitution and serve as, supporting to supply a extra holistic knowing of the various microbial groups during the Everglades. From periphyton, to soils and detritus, to flocculent natural topic, Microbiology of the Everglades atmosphere covers new and rising tools and their international application.

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Predicting organic floc transport dynamics in shallow aquatic ecosystems: insights from the field, laboratory, and numerical modeling. Wat. Resour. Res. 1029/2008WR007221. E. C. Trexler. 2005. Spatial and temporal scaling of macroinvertebrate communities inhabiting floating periphyton mats in the Florida Everglades. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 24: 832–844. , H. L. A. L. Miao. 2000. Seed germination of two Everglades species: Cladium jamaicense and Typha domingensis. Aquatic Bot. 66: 169–180. M. 1959.

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