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16. The use of historical charts and photographs in ecosystem restoration: examples from the Everglades Historical Air Photo Project
This work was initiated with funding from the National Park Service's Critical Ecosystem Studies Initiative to the senior author (IA# F5284020119) and continued with funding from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and from the Terrestrial, Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems program of the USGS. Production of this manuscript was supported by the USGS projects, "La Florida - A Land of Flowers on a Latitude of Deserts: Aiding Conservation and Management of Florida's Biodiversity by using Predictions from 'Down-Scaled' AOGCM Climate Scenarios" and "Past and Future Impacts of Climate Change on Coastal Habitats and Species in the Everglades: An Integrated Modeling Approach." Assistance from P. Briere, K. Capobianco, A. Coffin, L. Travers, and C. van Arsdall is gratefully acknowledged. D. Graham and B. Ney of NOAA assisted with locating and scanning the charts from the 1800s and provided advice and assistance on georeferencing them. A special thanks to the hardworking staff at the Land Boundary Information website maintained by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Betsy Boynton worked her usual magic in creating the figures.
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U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
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