Everglades landscape evolution: islands, ridges, and channels

Stuart Stothoff & Stuart Stothoff
The Florida Everglades is a vast wetland mosaic of sloughs, ridges, and tree islands, with extremely small hydraulic gradients and low relief. Elongated ridges of peat separated by sloughs in the regional flow direction form a strikingly rhythmic landscape pattern. Many parts of the Everglades have seen extensive peat loss and ecological change due to drainage and other hydraulic controls over the last century. A suite of numerical models has been developed to examine interactions...
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