By National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Water Science and Technology Board, Committee on Restoration of the Greater Everglades Ecosystem
The file evaluates the plan to watch and determine the situation of Florida's Everglades as recovery efforts continue. The record reveals that the plan is definitely grounded in medical concept and principals of adaptive administration. in spite of the fact that, steps can be taken to make sure that details from these tracking the ecology of the Everglades is quickly on hand to these imposing the final recovery attempt. additionally, the plan must position higher attention on how inhabitants development and land-use adjustments will impact the recovery attempt and vice versa.
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The reference states provide the basis for assessing the magnitude and desirability of system responses to the Restoration Plan (NRC, The Restoration Plan’s Adaptive Management Strategy 27 2000). ” remains unresolved. There is no simple answer to this question. The Everglades System has changed and will continue to change due to long-term variations in climate and sea level even with no further direct human impacts or restoration attempts. These forces and factors such as regional landuse change, pollution from remote sources, and invasive exotic species, will exert continuing effects on the system.
Davis and Ogden, 1994). It is within this context that scientists are striving to develop the MAP. What is lacking is agreement about which of these ecosystem features should receive the highest priority and the extent to which these features can be restored. The most immediate hurdle facing the AAT in development of the monitoring program is defining “ecological health” of the Everglades. What are the attributes of a “healthy” Everglades? , NRC, 2000), and so the choices are to identify biological parameters as goals or to use societal values.
The Restoration Plan’s Adaptive Management Strategy 21 accompanied by one or more hypotheses that predict how that step will improve the system” (USACE and SFWMD, 1999). Pre- and post-implementation monitoring will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of that step of the restoration. In environmental impact assessment this approach is referred to as “Intervention Analysis,” because no control sites, which are presumed to be unaffected by the manipulation, are identified and monitored. This contrasts with “Before-After, Control Impact Analysis” or “Impact versus Reference Sites” designs that include simultaneous monitoring of control or reference sites (Stewart-Oaten and Bence, 2001).