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GIS/Remote Sensing

Identifying Seasonal Water Patterns in Coastal Mangroves from Space

Poster Number:  285 Presenter/Primary Author:  David Lagomasino The Florida Coastal Everglades is a transition zone between the marine waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Florida Bay, and the freshwater of the “River of Grass”.

Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research Program: Overview of FCE III

Poster Number:  283 Presenter/Primary Author:  Evelyn Gaiser The Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) site is located in South Florida, where the expansive coastal Everglades wilderness interacts with an urban and agricultural


Evaluating and Exploring Patterns of Satellite-predicted Forest Phenology in the Southern Appalachians

Poster Number:  267 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jeff Hepinstall-C... Current research indicates that warming global temperatures are capable of altering phenological cycles in deciduous forests.  Potential climate inducted changes to deciduous forest phenology

Towards Closing Watershed Nitrogen Budgets: Incorporating Spatial and Temporal Scaling of Denitrification

Poster Number:  240 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jonathan Duncan Closing the nitrogen budget is a major scientific challenge at multiple scales. One of the largest sources of uncertainty is the amount lost via denitrification.

Remotely sensed giant kelp canopy biomass patterns over its dominant range in the NE Pacific

Poster Number:  216 Presenter/Primary Author:  Thomas Bell Recent studies led by the Santa Barbara Coastal LTER have demonstrated the ability to examine the dynamics of giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) biomass over large temporal and spatial scal

Background Photo by: Nicole Hansen - Jornada (JRN) LTER