Dr. Evelyn Gaiser is Associate Professor at the Department of Biological Sciences, Southeast Environmental Research Center, at Florida International University. She has over 25 years of academic and professional experience in her field. Her research interests include aquatic community ecology, algal biology, wetland ecology, diatom taxonomy,and paleoecology. Finally, Dr. Gaiser is specially interested in studies that examine variation in algal community structure in lakes and wetlands over long temporal scales.
Surprises and Insights from Long-Term Aquatic Data Sets and Experiments (with Walter K. Dodds, Christopher T. Robinson, Gretchen J.A. Hansen, Heather Powell, Joseph M. Smith, Nathaniel B. Morse, Sherri L. Johnson, Stanley V. Gregory, Tisza Bell, Timothy K. Kratz, and William H. McDowell), BioScience (2012)
long-term research on freshwater ecosystems provides insights that can be difficult to obtain from other...
FCE II Year Five Annual Report for NSF Award DBI-0620409 (2011) (with Michael Heithaus, Rudolf Jaffe, Laura Ogden, and Rene Price), FCE Annual Reports and Proposals (2011)
Book Review: Lodge, T. 2010. The Everglades Handbook: Understanding the Ecosystem. 3rd Edition. CRC Press., FCE LTER Journal Articles (2011)
Landscape patterns of periphyton in the Florida Everglades (with Paul V. McCormick, Scot E. Hagerthey, and Andrew D. Gottlieb), FCE LTER Journal Articles (2011)
Periphyton is an abundant and ubiquitous feature of the Florida Everglades, often forming thick mats...
FCE II Year Four Annual Report for NSF Award DBI-0620409 (2010) (with Mike Heithaus, Rudolf Jaffe, and Rene Price), FCE Annual Reports and Proposals (2010)
Development of a model for inferring drought peiodicity from diatoms in ephemeral ponds of the Atlantic Coastal Plain. (with B. E. Taylor), Ecological Society of America. Annual Meeting (1996)
Paleolimnological reconstruction of Holocene environments in Carolina Bays and upland wetland ponds of the Atlantic Coastal Plain. (with B. E. Taylor), Association of Southeastern Biologists. Annual Meeting (1996)
Development of a diatom training set for the reconstruction of hydrologies in Carolina bays of the Upper Atlantic coastal Plain (with B. E. Taylor), 13th North American Diatom Symposium. Milford, IA (1995)
Distribution of diatoms along hydrologic gradients within and among Carolina bays of the Upper Atlantic Coastal Plain, 17th Southeastern Phycological Colloquy. Charleston, SC (1995)
Paleolimnological reconstruction of Holocene environments in wetland ponds of the Upper Atlantic Coastal Plain. (with B. E. Taylor), Ecological Society of America. Annual Meeting, Snowbird, UT (1995)
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