Proceedings of the Indian River Lagoon Symposium 2020

Proceedings of the Indian River Lagoon Symposium 2020

Co-Editors: M. Dennis Hanisak, L. Holly Sweat, and Linda J. Walters

Dedication to Sherry Anne Reed

February 2, 1959 – December 16, 2019

Reassessing the biodiversity of the Indian River Lagoon

M. Dennis Hanisak and Duane E. De Freese

Microalgal diversity in the Indian River Lagoon system: how little

Paul E. Hargraves

A negative association between recruitment of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica and the brown tide Aureoumbra lagunensis in Mosquito Lagoon, Florida

Linda J. Walters, Edward J. Phlips, Susan Badylak, Giovanna McClenahan, Paul E. Sacks and Melinda J. Donnelly

Macroalgal biodiversity of the Indian River Lagoon: updating the puzzle

M. Dennis Hanisak

Diversity and distribution of seagrasses as related to salinity, temperature, and availability of light in the Indian River Lagoon, Florida

Lori J Morris, Lauren M Hall, Jan D Miller, Margaret A Lasi, Robert H Chamberlain, Robert W Virnstein, and Charles A Jacoby

Can we plant seagrass as part of restoration? A proposal, using small plots, volunteers, and feedback loops

Robert Virnstein

Insights from 15 years of benthic infaunal monitoring in a coastal lagoon system

L. Holly Sweat, Michelle Stephens, and Sherry A. Reed

Does the benthic invertebrate community reflect disturbances in the central Indian River Lagoon?

Ann Wassick, Kelli Hunsucker, and Geoffrey Swain

Boating impacts and boat-wake resilient restoration of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica in Mosquito Lagoon, Florida, USA

Linda J. Walters, Paul E. Sacks and Donna E. Campbell

Regionalization of scar patterns on the Florida Manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris) observed at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, Florida

Luaren G. Gomez and Jon A. Moore

Biodiversity of the Indian River Lagoon System: a cautionary tale from the birds

Richard L. Turner

Opinion Mining of Newspaper Articles using Natural Language Processing: Pilot Test Using Texts on Indian River Lagoon

Manit Bhusal, Juan Calderon, and Hyun Jung Cho

Risks to Indian River Lagoon biodiversity caused by climate change

Randall W. Parkinson, Valerie Seidel, Clay Henderson, and Duane De Freese

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