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Everglades: The Ecosystem and Its Restoration ePub download

by Steven M. Davis,John C. Ogden

  • Author: Steven M. Davis,John C. Ogden
  • ISBN: 0963403028
  • ISBN13: 978-0963403025
  • ePub: 1421 kb | FB2: 1645 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 860
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Everglades: The Ecosystem and Its Restoration ePub download

The book concludes with a synthesis of system-wide restoration hypotheses, as they apply to the Everglades, that represent the integration and a collective viewpoint from the preceding 30 chapters. Techniques and systems learned here can be applied to ecosystems around the world.

The book concludes with a synthesis of system-wide restoration hypotheses, as they apply to the Everglades, that represent the integration and a collective viewpoint from the preceding 30 chapters.

and Its Restoration is the. first fruit of this Herculean effort.

Cite this publication. and Its Restoration is the. Steve Davis, of. the South Florida Water Management District, and. John Ogden, formerly of the National Park Service, presided over the assembly of papers that, taken as. a whole, define the Everglades ecosystem in terms.

New Biological Books. The Everglades Handbook: Understanding the Ecosystem. Everglades: The Ecosystem and Its Restoration. Steven M. Davis, John C. Ogden.

Introduction, Steven M. Davis and John C. Ogden

Introduction, Steven M. Ecosystems as Products of Spatially and Temporally Varying Driving Forces, Ecological Processes, and Landscapes: A Theoretical Perspective, Donald L. DeAngelis and Peter S. White. Wetland Ecosystem Protection, Management, and Restoration: An International Perspective, E. Maltby and P. J. Dugan. Landscape Dimension, Composition, and Function in a Changing Everglades Ecosystem, Steven M. Davis, Lance H. Gunderson, Winifred A. Park, John R. Richardson, and Jennifer E. Mattson. Synthesis: Vegetation Pattern and Process in the Everglades Ecosystem, Peter S.

The Everglades Issues in a Broader Perspective Introduction, Steven M. Ogden Ecosystems as Products of Spatially and Temporally Varying Driving Forces, Ecological Processes, and Landscapes.

by John C. Ogden and Steve Davis. The book summarizes recent studies of the region's vegetation, alligators, wading birds, and endangered species such as the snail kite and Florida panther.

Steve Davis, John C. The book concludes with a synthesis of system-wide restoration hypotheses, as they apply to the Everglades, that represent the integration and a collective viewpoint from the preceding 30 chapters.

The restoration of the Everglades is an ongoing effort to remedy damage inflicted on the environment of southern Florida during the 20th century. Ecosystem and its Restoration", Steven Davis and John Ogden, eds. (1994), St. Lucie Press. As of 2008, it is the most expensive and comprehensive environmental repair attempt in history. ISBN 0963403028] The last project began in 1962: it was to build a canal to straighten the winding floodplain of the Kissimmee River, that had historically fed Lake Okeechobee which in turn fed the Everglades.

The Ecosystem and Its Restoration. David L. Scarnecchia, Steven M. Davis, John Colin Ogden. 21. 7. View via Publisher. The conceptual ecological model presente. More).

In Everglades: The Ecosystem and Its Restoration (. Ogden, ed., pp. 615–657. 1994) Phosphorus inputs and vegetation sensitivity in the Everglades. St. Lucie Press, Delray Beach, F. oogle Scholar. 1938) Wildlife Reconnaissance. In Everglades: The Ecosystem and Its Restoration (. 357–378. 1994) Landscape dimension, composition, and function in a changing Everglades ecosystem.

The 31 chapters provide a wealth of previously unpublished information, plus topic syntheses, for a wide range of ecological parameters. These include the physical driving forces that created and continue to shape the Everglades and patterns and processes of its flora and fauna. The book summarizes recent studies of the region's vegetation, alligators, wading birds, and endangered species such as the snail kite and Florida panther. This referee-reviewed volume is the product of collaboration among 58 international authors from 27 institutional affiliations over nearly five years.The book concludes with a synthesis of system-wide restoration hypotheses, as they apply to the Everglades, that represent the integration and a collective viewpoint from the preceding 30 chapters. Techniques and systems learned here can be applied to ecosystems around the world.