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Climate Change and Hydrologic Extreme Events Projects

Studies of how water resources are affected by climate change, and the consequences of hydrologic extreme events including floods and droughts.

  1. Greenhouse Gas Fluxes for Greater Everglades Wetlands: Eddy-Covariance Flux Tower MeasurementsNew Item
    Project Chief: Barclay Shoemaker
    Cooperator: Priority Ecosystem Science
    Period of Project: FY 2012 - current

  2. Evaluation of the potential for increased inundation in flood prone regions of south Florida in response to sea-level rise and climate change in Broward County, Florida
    Project Chief: Jeremy Decker
    Collaboration: Broward County Natural Resources Planning and Management Division
    Period of Project: FY 2012-2015

  3. Evapotranspiration Network in Florida
    Project Chief: Barclay Shoemaker, Mike Wacker
    Collaboration: Miami Dade County, Priority Ecosystem Studies, Reedy Creek Improvement District, South Florida Water Management District, Southwest Florida Water Management District, St Johns River Water Management District, Tampa Bay Water
    Period of Project: October 2000 Current

Micrometeorological station at Starkey pasture, Pasco County, Florida.

Micrometeorological station at Starkey pasture, Pasco County, Florida.

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