Although the progress of environmental restoration projects in the Florida Everglades remains slow overall, there have been improvements in the pace of restoration and in the relationship between the federal and state partners during the last two years. However, the importance of several challenges related to water quantity and quality have become clear, highlighting the difficulty in achieving restoration goals for all ecosystem components in all portions of the Everglades.
Progress Toward Restoring the Everglades explores these challenges. The book stresses that rigorous scientific analyses of the tradeoffs between water quality and quantity and between the hydrologic requirements of Everglades features and species are needed to inform future prioritization and funding decisions.
National Research Council. 2010. Progress Toward Restoring the Everglades: The Third Biennial Review - 2010. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/12988.
|2 The Restoration Plan in Context||23-61|
|3 Implementation Progress||62-111|
|4 Challenges in Restoring Water Timing, Flow, and Distribution||112-148|
|5 Challenges in Restoring Water Quality||149-204|
|6 Use of Science in Decision Making||205-243|
|Appendix A: National Research Council Everglades Reports||281-286|
|Appendix B: Timeline of Significant Events in South Florida Ecosystem Management and Restoration||287-290|
|Appendix C: Status of Key Non-CERP Projects||291-300|
|Appendix D: Regulation Schedule for WCA-3A||301-302|
|Appendix E: Water Science and Technology Board; Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology||303-304|
|Appendix F: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members and Staff||305-312|
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