Everglades Recommendations 2014

Recommendations for Everglades Restoration

under a Future Climate Scenario

USGS, CES, Florida Sea Grant Sponsored Meeting
April 28 & 29, 2014
Florida Atlantic University Boca Campus

GOAL:

The goal of this technical meeting was to follow up on the previous one  that identified the potential impacts of sea level rise, temperature change, and changes in evapotranspiration and rainfall parameters for seven selected topics:
     A. Landscape
     B. Vegetation
     C. Wildlife
     D. Northern Everglades
     E. Biogeochemical
     F. Water management
     G. Coastal
Read more about the resources groups used to prepare for the meeting, the members of each group, and the meeting logistics.

OUTCOMES:

The key challenge addressed was:

How can we effectively enhance the work of Everglades Restoration through an adaptive management process that incorporates the current scientific knowledge of climate-related impacts into the restoration process?

Steering Committee:

  • Nick Aumen, Greater Everglades Priority Ecosystems Science, USGS
  • Leonard Berry, Director, CES, FAU
  • Karl E. Havens, Florida Sea Grant, UF
  • Glenn Landers, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District
  • Sue Newman, Senior Scientific Section Lead, SFWMD
  • Reed Noss, FL Institute for Conservation Science,UCF
  • Martha Nungesser, Senior Environmental Scientist, SFWMD
  • Leonard Pearlstine, National Park Service, US Department of the Interior
  • Jayantha Obeysekera, Hydrologic & Environmental Systems Modeling, SFWMD
  • Stephanie Romanach, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Dave Rudnick, Regional Coordinator, Everglades National Park
  • Steve Traxler, Senior Biologist, US Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Joel Trexler, Professor of Biological Sciences, FIU
  • John C. Volin, Professor of Ecology,University of Connecticut
  • Russell Weeks, Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

 

 

 

 

 

 


This technical meeting was sponsored by:
USGS     Florida Sea Grant    FAU


For more information contact:
Mary Beth Hartman, Conference & Outreach Coordinator
Center for Environmental Studies at Florida Atlantic University
Mary Beth Hartman or (954) 236-1203
 
 
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