Watershed Symposium Poster Session

 Purpose: To inform the public on issues and activities occurring in the Estero Bay Watershed related to hydrology, water quality, and habitat protection

Monday, September 20th, 2009
FGCU Student Union Ballroom

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Jennifer Thera, Renee Duffy, Jennifer Nelson, FL DEP

Influence of Salinity and Freshwater Inflow on the Recruitment of Commensal Decapod Crustaceans to Oyster Reefs in Estero Bay, Florida

 

Bethany M. Bachelor1, S. Gregory Tolley1Scott E. Burghart2
Florida Gulf Coast University, Coastal Watershed Institute, 10501 FGCU Blvd S, Fort Myers, FL 339652
University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, 140 7thAve S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Effects of Metals and Pesticides on Health and Physiology of Oysters (Crassostrea virginica) in Estero Bay Estuary: Implications for Management of Water Quality

 

Erin Dykes1*, AswaniVolety2and Jennifer Nelson1

1FL Department of Environmental Protection-South District, and
2Florida Gulf Coast University

Preparing Citizen Scientists via Science Research Opportunities in Southwest Florida Part A K-12 and Post-Secondary Education

Part B Community Education

 

Demers, Nora Egan, E Everham, M Savarese, B Bovard, A Hartley, J . Kakareka, A N Loh,  B Brooks, CREW Land and Water Trust,  J Cassani, Lee County Hyacinth Control, and  M Owen, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park

The Effect of Freshwater Inflow on the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Ichthyoplankton and Gelatinous Zooplankton in Estero Bay, Florida

 

James Evans1, Jennifer Nelson1, Bethany Bachelor1, Scott Burghart2, Greg Tolley1

 

1Florida Gulf Coast University, Coastal Watershed Institute, 10501 FGCU Blvd South, Fort Myers, Florida 33965-6565

2University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, 140 7th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33701-5016

Relocation and expansion of least term Sterna antillarum nesting colony at high visition beach

 

Brie Jamison Ochoa, Pamela Jones-Morten, Michael Hensley

Fl. DEP Lover's Key State Park, Fort Myers Beach, FL

Hydropattern Study of the DR/GR

 

Kevin L Erwin Consulting Ecologist, Inc.

Influence of Freshwater Inflow on the Distribution and Community Structure of Decapod Zooplankton in the subtropical Florida estuary of Estero Bay

 

Jennifer  L. Nelson1, James Evans1, Bethany Bachelor1, Scott Burghart2, Greg Tolley1

1Florida Gulf Coast University, Coastal Watershed Institute
2University of South Florida, College of Marine Science

Oyster Reef Restoration in Estero Bay

 

Aswani Volety, Lacey Smith, Lesli Haynes

Coastal Watershed Institute, Florida Gulf Coast University

Fine Spatial Variation in Total Mercury Levels in Mollusdcan Bivalves from Southwest Florida

 

Jennifer Thera, Lesli Haynes, Darren Rumbold, Department of Marine and Ecological Sciences, Florida Gulf Coast University

Estero Bay Water Quality Monitoring Programs

 

FDEP South District

Trophic Transfer and Habitat Use of Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) Reefs in Southwest Florida Using Stable Isotope Analysis: Are Oyster Reefs Used for Refuge, Food, or Both?

 

Holly A. Abeels, Aswani K. Volety, Ai Ning Loh, S. Gregory Tolley

Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida

Ecological Succession within a Holocene Oyster Reef: An Indicator of Estuary Development in Southwest Florida

 

Sasha Linsin-Wohlpart and Michael Savarese

Coastal Watershed Institute, Florida Gulf Coast University

 

A Journey Down the Corkscrew Watershed: An Activity-Based Curriculum Focused on Sustainability

 

David Patrick James Green FGCU - Department of Marine and Ecological Sciences, Florida Gulf Coast University

Animal Behavior in the Estero Bay Watershed

 

Christina Golden, Geusaldo Nardiello, Allyson Schmidt, Virginia Crosbie, David Cavanaugh, Zack Lahey, Brian Mitterko, Stephanie Campbell, Hannah Diss, Elliot Kneba, Jeff Metcalf, Jason Pruitt, Shea Jones, John Renfranz, Jessica Harpin, Charles W. Gunnels IV

Animal Behavior Research Group, Florida Gulf Coast University, Ft. Myers, FL

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Florida Gulf Coast University