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Journal articles
Julian, P., R.M. Chambers, T. Russell 2017. Iron and pyritization in wetland soils of the Florida Coastal Everglades. Estuaries and Coasts, 40(3): 822-831.

Sandoval, E., R.M. Price, D. Whitman, A. Melesse 2016. Long-term (11 years) study of water balance, flushing times and water chemistry of a coastal wetland undergoing restoration, Everglades, Florida, USA. Catena, 144: 74-83.

Long, S.A., G.I. Tachiev, R. Fennema, A.M. Cook, M. Sukop, F. Miralles-Wilhelm 2015. Modeling the impact of restoration efforts on phosphorus loading and transport through Everglades National Park, FL, USA. Science of The Total Environment, 520(1): 81-95.

Guevara, R., M. Ikenaga, A. Dean, C. Pisani, J.N. Boyer 2014. Changes in sediment bacterial community in response to long-term nutrient enrichment in a subtropical seagrass-dominated estuary. Microbial Ecology, 68(3): 427-440.

Jimenez, K.L., G. Starr, C.L. Staudhammer, J. Schedlbauer, H. Loescher, S.L. Malone, S. Oberbauer 2012. Carbon dioxide exchange rates from short- and long-hydroperiod Everglades freshwater marsh. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117: G04009.

Schedlbauer, J., J. Munyon, S. Oberbauer, E.E. Gaiser, G. Starr 2012. Controls on ecosystem carbon dioxide exchange in short- and long-hydroperiod Florida Everglades freshwater marshes. Wetlands, 32: 801-812.

Schedlbauer, J., S. Oberbauer, G. Starr, K.L. Jimenez 2010. Seasonal differences in the CO2 exchange of a short-hydroperiod Florida Everglades marsh. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 150(7-8): 994-1006.

Chambers, R.M., K.A. Pederson 2006. Variation in soil phosphorus, sulfur, and iron pools among south Florida wetlands. Hydrobiologia, 569(1): 63-70.

Master's Theses
Pokharel, Shiva 2014. Analysis of land use change as a method of predicting water demands in an urbanizing Environment: Redland, Miami-Dade County, Florida. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

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