Potential Session Topics

  • Adaptive Management
  • Agriculture and Urban Landuse- BMPs
  • Agriculture in the Context of Everglades Restoration
  • Biogeochemistry, Contaminants, and Water Quality
  • C-111 Spreader Canal Project Progress
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Carbon, Peat, and Soil Dynamics
  • Climate Change, Sea Level Rise and Natural Hazards (hurricanes, freezes, droughts, floods)
  • Coastal and Estuarine Science
  • Ecosystem Connectivity and Function (with a Tamiami Trail Focus?)
  • Ecosystem Services and Sustainability
  • Effects of Sea Level Rise and Salt Water Intrusion on Everglades System’s Soils Everglades
  • Hydrology (Flow, Depth, Duration, etc.)
  • Everglades Science-Decision Making
  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Human Influence Change
  • Hydrogeology and Seepage Management
  • Interactions of Hydrologic and Phosphorus Biogeochemical Dynamics
  • Invasive Species
  • Large-Scale Modeling Progress and Developments
  • Legacy Phosphorus-Implications to Everglades Restoration
  • Lessons Learned from Stormwater Treatment Areas
  • Mangrove Systems Role in the Everglades System
  • Mercury Cycling, Transport and Effects
  • Paleoecology and Historical Hydrology
  • Patterns of Long-Term Change in the Everglades System
  • Potential Adaptations to Climate Change and Sea Level Rise
  • Program Management and Project Implementation
  • Regional Planning – Coastal Ocean and Upstream Communities
  • Restoration and Coastal Water Quality
  • Sampling Tools and Technologies
  • Science Behind CEPP
  • Science Contributions to Restoration Planning
  • Sea Level Rise Coupled Biogeochemical Cycles
  • South Florida’s Ecological Economics and Ecosystem Services
  • Stormwater Treatment Areas
  • System-Wide Science
  • Tracking Restoration Performance
  • Tree Islands
  • Unifying Concepts for Interdisciplinary Planning
  • Urban Development in the Context of Everglades Restoration
  • Water Sustainability in South Florida
  • Wildlife

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