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Vegetation of the southern coastal region of Everglades National Park, between Flamingo and Joe Bay.
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- Two-thirds of South Florida's mangrove forests are found within Everglades National Park. The authors studied a mangrove zone between Flamingo and Joe Bay, within the national park. This zone included mangrove and buttonwood strands, tropical hardwood hammocks, and Salicornia and Batis flats. This region was mapped, using aerial photographs, and species associations were identified. A species checklist is provided.
|Title:||Vegetation of the southern coastal region of Everglades National Park, between Flamingo and Joe Bay.||
Olmsted, Ingrid C. (Ingrid Christine), 1939-
Russell, Robert P.
Loope, Lloyd L.
South Florida Research Center
|Type of Resource:||text|
|Publisher:||National Park Service, South Florida Research Center, Everglades National Park|
|Place of Publication:||Homestead, Fla.|
|Physical Form:||electronic resource|
|Extent:||18 pages, color, maps,28 cm.|
|Summary:||Two-thirds of South Florida's mangrove forests are found within Everglades National Park. The authors studied a mangrove zone between Flamingo and Joe Bay, within the national park. This zone included mangrove and buttonwood strands, tropical hardwood hammocks, and Salicornia and Batis flats. This region was mapped, using aerial photographs, and species associations were identified. A species checklist is provided.|
|Summary:||The relative inaccessibility and inhospitality of the mangrove environment, and the brevity of ecological studies due to human lifetimes in relation to processes involved were some of the reasons given for the paucity of detailed knowledge of specific change in the mangrove environment. This mapping project was initiated toward acquiring baseline information to allow workers for interpreting change in the mangrove zone of ENP.|
|Summary:||Changes in mangrove vegetation due to hurricane destruction and silt deposition, freezing temperatures, sea level rise/fall, and input of freshwater from rainfall and runoff were discussed. Also, a description of floristic composition and structure of mapped units along with species lists for several hammocks were provided.|
|Summary:||Study Period:1978-1980; Study Type:Quantitative, qualitative; Gear Type:Color aerial photography (1978), USGS orthophotomaps, ground-truthing techniques; Habitat:Coastal mangrove; Dominant Taxon/Taxa Studied:Rhizophora mangle.|
|Identifier:||55942641 (oclc), FI06208727 (IID), 1033292 (digitool), NRBIB:EVER-5200 (NPS Natural Resources Bibliography Number) (stock number), fiu:18790 (fedora), AAA6605QF|
Ingrid C. Olmsted, Lloyd L. Loope and Robert P. Russell.
Two folded maps in pocket.
Includes bibliographic references (p. 16-17).
Electronic reproduction. [Florida] : State University System of Florida, PALMM Project, 2004. (Everglades online collection) Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Internet connectivity; Web browser software; Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print PDF files. Electronically reproduced by Florida International University from a technical report held in the Green Library at Florida International University, Miami.
Mangrove swamps -- Florida -- Everglades National Park
Mangrove ecology -- Florida -- Everglades National Park
Vegetation mapping -- Florida -- Everglades National Park
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|Persistent Link to This Record:||http://purl.flvc.org/fcla/tc/feol/FI06208727.pdf|
|Persistent Link to This Record:||http://purl.flvc.org/fcla/tc/feol/FI06208727.jpg|
|Use and Reproduction:||http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/|
|Is Part of Series:||Report (South Florida Research Center) ; T-620.|
|Is Part of Series:||Everglades online collection.|