The Role of the Everglades Mangrove Ecotone Region (EMER) in Regulating Nutrient Cycling and Wetland Productivity in South Florida Article

Rivera-Monroy, Victor H, Twilley, Robert R, Davis, Stephen E et al. (2011). The Role of the Everglades Mangrove Ecotone Region (EMER) in Regulating Nutrient Cycling and Wetland Productivity in South Florida . 41 633-669. 10.1080/10643389.2010.530907

International Collaboration

cited authors

  • Rivera-Monroy, Victor H; Twilley, Robert R; Davis, Stephen E; Childers, Daniel L; Simard, Marc; Chambers, Randolph; Jaffe, Rudolf; Boyer, Joseph N; Rudnick, David T; Zhang, Keqi; Castaneda-Moya, Edward; Ewe, Sharon ML; Price, Rene M; Coronado-Molina, Carlos; Ross, Michael; Smith, Thomas J; Michot, Beatrice; Meselhe, Ehab; Nuttle, William; Troxler, Tiffany G; Noe, Gregory B

publication date

  • January 1, 2011

keywords

  • CLIMATE-CHANGE
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Environmental Sciences & Ecology
  • Florida Bay
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • NATIONAL-PARK
  • ORGANIC-CARBON
  • PERFORMANCE-MEASURES
  • PHOSPHORUS LIMITATION
  • RED MANGROVES
  • RHIZOPHORA-MANGLE L.
  • SEA-LEVEL RISE
  • SHARK RIVER ESTUARY
  • SIMULATION-MODEL
  • Science & Technology
  • carbon
  • mangrove
  • nitrogen
  • phosphorus
  • soil biogeochemistry
  • water quality

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 633

end page

  • 669

volume

  • 41