CESI Monitoring Project 97-3
Aquatic communities are diverse and important indicators of how the Everglades will respond to restoration projects. This study compared the life cycle of the two species of crayfish living in the Everglades, studied the species diversity of freshwater free-living copepods, and implemented a monitoring program for small fish and invertebrates that continues to this day.
Bruno, M. C., Reid, J. W., Perry, S. A. (2005) A List and Indentification Key for the Freshwater, Free-living Copepods of Florida (U.S.A.) Jounal of Crustacean Biology, 25(3): 384-400.
Bruno, M. C., Sagnotti, G., Perry, S. A.(2002)Planktonic Copepods from Temporary Marshes in Everglades National Park (Florida, U.S.A.)
Contact the principal investigator directly with questions about this study.
Fish, Invertebrates, Wetlands, Rocky, Glades, Everglades, Perry, CESI, Critical Ecosystem Studies Initiative, Monitoring
Last updated: April 14, 2015