Spatially continuous interpolation of water stage and water depths using the Everglades depth estimation network (EDEN)

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Abstract

The Everglades Depth Estimation Network (EDEN) is an integrated network of real-time water-level monitoring, ground-elevation modeling, and water-surface modeling that provides scientists and managers with current (2000-present), online water-stage and water-depth information for the entire freshwater portion of the Greater Everglades. Continuous daily spatial interpolations of the EDEN network stage data are presented on a 400-square-meter grid spacing. EDEN offers a consistent and documented dataset that can be used by scientists and managers to (1) guide large-scale field operations, (2) integrate hydrologic and ecological responses, and (3) support biological and ecological assessments that measure ecosystem responses to the implementation of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) The target users are biologists and ecologists examining trophic level responses to hydrodynamic changes in the Everglades.

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Publication type Report
Publication Subtype Organization Series
Title Spatially continuous interpolation of water stage and water depths using the Everglades depth estimation network (EDEN)
Series number 1521
Year Published 2007
Language English
Publisher University of Florida IFAS Extension
Publisher location Gainesville, FL
Contributing office(s) Coastal and Marine Geology Program
Description 21 p.
Country United States
State Florida