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Historical versus current flow regime through the Everglades wetlands
A comparison of the current water flow in the Everglades (East to West), versus the historically North-South flow. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 144) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/

Historical versus current flow regime through the Everglades wetlands A comparison of the current water flow in the Everglades (East to West), versus the historically North-South flow. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 144) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,application,model,everglades,flow,wetlands

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Historical versus current flow regime through the Everglades wetlands
A comparison of the current water flow in the Everglades (East to West), versus the historically North-South flow. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 144) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/
Choosing sampling methods Conceptual diagram illustrating how sampling is to be conducted based on available resources, data needed, and analyses conducted. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 144) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,application,model,sampling,statistics,water,monitor,method,sample Conceptual framework of a monitoring program Conceptual diagram, and a conceptual model illustrating the framework and linkages in an ecological monitoring program. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 136) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,integration,data,model,monitoring,program,nps,national park service, Models of varying complexity Conceptual diagrams illustrating a few examples of models that can be used to investigate a range of research questions when dealing with data and complexity of the model. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 138) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,empirical,data,model,process,statistical,ecosystem Historical versus current flow regime through the Everglades wetlands A comparison of the current water flow in the Everglades (East to West), versus the historically North-South flow. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 144) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,application,model,everglades,flow,wetlands Sampling sites in the everglades Conceptual diagram illustrating the sample locations in the Marine Monitoring  Network used for the MLR  models in the Everglades. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 145) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,everglades,application,communication,model,sampling,mlr, The steps of ecological forecasting Conceptual diagram illustrating the the continual steps in creating an ecological forecast (forecasting, tracking, assessment, and improvement). Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 105) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,integration,application,forecasting,assessment,improvement,effort
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Filename:ill_diagram_everglade_flow_regime_integrating_and_applying_science.png
Album name:dlevey / Management/Restoration
Keywords: diagram, communication, application, model, everglades, flow, wetlands
Author Name:Jane Thomas
Author Company:IAN
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):01/01/2010
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Date added:Jan 10, 2012
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krytel  [Mar 13, 2013 at 09:27 AM]
Doing a presentation about Spatial Justice in my Urbanization Course at UCLA!