Michael S Ross
Michael S Ross
Professor of Earth & Environment
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Mapping height and biomass of mangrove forests in Everglades National Park with SRTM elevation data
M Simard, K Zhang, VH Rivera-Monroy, MS Ross, PL Ruiz, ...
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 72 (3), 299-311, 2006
2902006
The southeast saline Everglades revisited: 50 years of coastal vegetation change
MS Ross, JF Meeder, JP Sah, PL Ruiz, GJ Telesnicki
Journal of Vegetation Science 11 (1), 101-112, 2000
2002000
Sea‐level rise and the reduction in pine forests in the Florida Keys
MS Ross, JJ O'Brien, L da Silveira Lobo Sternberg
Ecological Applications 4 (1), 144-156, 1994
1791994
Estimating above-ground biomass and production in mangrove communities of Biscayne National Park, Florida (USA)
MS Ross, PL Ruiz, GJ Telesnicki, JF Meeder
Wetlands Ecology and Management 9 (1), 27-37, 2001
1692001
A community analysis of sal (Shorea robusta) forests in the western Terai of Nepal
N Timilsina, MS Ross, JT Heinen
Forest Ecology and Management 241 (1-3), 223-234, 2007
1482007
Maintaining tree islands in the Florida Everglades: nutrient redistribution is the key
PR Wetzel, AG Van Der Valk, S Newman, DE Gawlik, T Troxler Gann, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (7), 370-376, 2005
1352005
Estimating aboveground biomass of broadleaved woody plants in the understory of Florida Keys pine forests
JP Sah, MS Ross, S Koptur, JR Snyder
Forest Ecology and Management 203 (1-3), 319-329, 2004
1282004
Interaction of hydrology and nutrient limitation in the Ridge and Slough landscape of the southern Everglades
MS Ross, S Mitchell-Bruker, JP Sah, S Stothoff, PL Ruiz, DL Reed, ...
Hydrobiologia 569 (1), 37-59, 2006
1242006
Sea level rise and South Florida coastal forests
AK Saha, S Saha, J Sadle, J Jiang, MS Ross, RM Price, LSLO Sternberg, ...
Climatic Change 107 (1-2), 81-108, 2011
1232011
Ecological site classification of Florida Keys terrestrial habitats
MS Ross, JJ O'Brien, LJ Flynn
Biotropica, 488-502, 1992
1081992
Sediment and nutrient deposition associated with Hurricane Wilma in mangroves of the Florida Coastal Everglades
E Castaņeda-Moya, RR Twilley, VH Rivera-Monroy, K Zhang, SE Davis, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 33 (1), 45-58, 2010
1072010
Disturbance and the rising tide: the challenge of biodiversity management on low‐island ecosystems
MS Ross, JJ O'Brien, RG Ford, K Zhang, A Morkill
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (9), 471-478, 2009
1062009
Rapid responses of vegetation to hydrological changes in Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA
TV Armentano, JP Sah, MS Ross, DT Jones, HC Cooley, CS Smith
Hydrobiologia 569 (1), 293-309, 2006
1042006
Seasonal and successional changes in light quality and quantity in the understory of boreal forest ecosystems
MS Ross, LB Flanagan, GHL Roi
Canadian Journal of Botany 64 (11), 2792-2799, 1986
1011986
δ15N studies of nitrogen use by the red mangrove, Rhizophora mangle L. in south Florida
B Fry, AL Bern, MS Ross, JF Meeder
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 50 (2), 291-296, 2000
922000
Vegetation: environment relationships and water management in Shark Slough, Everglades National Park
MS Ross, DL Reed, JP Sah, PL Ruiz, MT Lewin
Wetlands Ecology and Management 11 (5), 291-303, 2003
882003
Water relations of coastal plant communities near the ocean/freshwater boundary
LSL Sternberg, N Ish-Shalom-Gordon, M Ross, J O'Brien
Oecologia 88 (3), 305-310, 1991
841991
Smoke on the water: the interplay of fire and water flow on Everglades restoration
JL Lockwood, MS Ross, JP Sah
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (9), 462-468, 2003
742003
Assessment of sea level rise impacts on human population and real property in the Florida Keys
K Zhang, J Dittmar, M Ross, C Bergh
Climatic Change 107 (1-2), 129-146, 2011
722011
Water-use patterns of woody species in pineland and hammock communities of South Florida
SML Ewe, LSL Sternberg, DE Busch
Forest Ecology and Management 118 (1-3), 139-148, 1999
711999
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