Soil carbon responses to salt water intrusion from projected sea-level rise


Florida Sea Grant- Coastal Peat Marsh salt water intrusion mesocosm & field experiments

Fieldchamber1Everglades coastal wetlands provide a number of valuable ecosystem services such as protection against storm surge, sites of recreation, and support of biodiversity through the habitat these wetlands provide for numerous species of fish and wildlife. But, these environments are facing ...Read more about this project






Coastal mangrove salt water intrusion mesocosm experiment

SRS creek bankPeat soils are pervasive throughout the Everglades and represent a sensitive balance between organic matter production and decomposition. Peat soils are of critical importance to south Florida and the Greater Everglades Ecosystem because they represent an important carbon ...Read more about this project