03-154-253

Peninsular Florida Stream Systems: Guidance for Their Classification and Restoration

John H. Kiefer, Kristen B. Nowak, AMEC Environment and Infrastructure, Inc.; Joann Mossa, William R. Wise, and Kenneth M. Portier, University of Florida; Thomas L. Crisman, University of South Florida. June 2015.

03-150-251

Hydrology of a Clay Settling Area

Mark Ross with Mark Stewart, Ken Trout and Mark Rains, Center for Modeling Hydrologic and Aquatic Systems Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Department of Geology, University of South Florida. June 2014.

03-157-249

Control and Management of Cogongrass and other Exotic Grasses on Disturbed Lands in Florida: Research Report

Dr. Steven G. Richardson, Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute. May 2013.

03-160-248

Management of Nuisance and Exotic Vegetation on Phosphate Mined Lands in Florida

Steven G. Richardson, Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute; Edward Murawski, Kleinfelder. September 2012.

03-143-247

Evaluation of Lime Treatment Sludge Alternative Disposal Methodologies Including Utilization in Closure of Phosphogypsum Stacks

Nadim F. Fuleihan and Robery J. Werner with Rodrigo Home, Ardaman & Associates, Inc. December 2011.

03-153-239

Wastewater Treatment with Wetland and Tailing Sands Filtration Prior to Confined Aquifer Recharge

Peter J. Schreuder, Schreuder, Inc.; Thomas Pichler, University of South Florida. December 2010.

03-149-238

Wetlands on Clay Settling Areas

Mark T. Brown with Mary Boyd, Wesley Ingwersen, Sean King, and Daniel McLaughlin, University of Florida. November 2010.

03-142-231

Successional Trajectories of Constructed Forested Wetlands

Mark T. Brown and Susan M. Carstenn, University of Florida Center for Wetlands. April 2009.

03-147-230

Wildlife Habitat and Wildlife Utilization of Phosphate-Mined Lands

Douglas J. Durbin et al., Biological Research Associates and University of South Florida. December 2008.

03-141-225

Commercial Tree Crops for Phosphate Mined Lands

D.L. Rockwood, D.R. Carter, and J.A. Stricker, University of Florida. May 2008.

03-145-220

Impact of Phosphate Mining on Streamflow

Peter J. Schreuder et al., Schreuder, Inc. May 2006.

03-126-212v1

Hydrologic Evaluation of Final Cover System Alternatives for Closure of Phosphogypsum Stacks. Volume I

Nadim F. Fuleihan and Thomas S. Ingra with Rodrigo Home, Ardaman & Associates, Inc. March 2005.

03-126-212v2

Hydrologic Evaluation of Final Cover System Alternatives for Closure of Phosphogypsum Stacks. Volume II. Appendices

Nadim F. Fulihan and Thomas S. Ingra with Rodrigo Home, Ardaman & Associates, Inc. March 2005.

03-138-207

Control of Florida Red Tides Using Phosphatic Clay

Donald M. Anderson et al., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. July 2004.

03-139-204

Micropropagation of Wiregrass and Creeping Bluestem, and Propagation of Gopher Apple

Jeffrey G. Norcini et al., University of Florida/IFAS. September 2003.

03-118-203

Hydrologic Investigation of the Phosphate-Mined Upper Saddle Creek Watershed, West-Central Florida

Patrick Tara et al., University of South Florida. November 2003.

03-120-196

Florida Native Seed Production Manual

Sharon Pfaff, United States Department of Agriculture, Brooksville, Florida. June 2002.

03-125-195

Phosphogypsum Stack Closure:Evaluation of Phosphogypsum as an Alternate Final Cover

Shailesh K. Patel, BCI Engineering and Scientists, Inc. May 2002.

03-131-193v1

Successional Development of Forested Wetlands on Reclaimed Phosphate Mined Lands in Florida, Volume 1

Mark T. Brown et al., University of Florida Center for Wetlands. August 2002.

03-131-193v2

Successional Development of Forested Wetlands on Reclaimed Phosphate Mined Lands in Florida, Volume 2

Mark T. Brown et al., University of Florida Center for Wetlands. August 2002.

03-120-189

Development of Seed Sources and Establishment Methods for Native Upland Reclamation

Sharon Pfaff and Clarence Maura, Jr., with Mary Anne Gonter, United States Department of Agriculture. July 2002.

03-113-186

Feasibility of Natural Treatment and Recharge of Wastewater and Surface Waters Using Mined Phosphate Lands

Peter J. Schreuder and John M. Dumeyer, Schreuder, Inc. July 2002.

03-115-180

Habitat Factors Influencing the Distribution of Small Vertebrates on Unmined and Phosphate-Mined Flatlands in Central Florida

Henry R. Mushinsky, Earl D. McCoy, and Robert A. Kluson. University of South Florida. August 2001.

03-109-176

Reclaimed Phosphate Clay Settling Area Investigation: Hydrologic Model Calibration and Ultimate Clay Elevation Prediction

Walter R. Reigner and Cornelis Winkler, III, BCI Engineers & Scientists, Inc. August 2001.

03-122-159

Post-Mine Reclamation of Native Upland Communities

D.S. Segal, Jones, Edmunds & Associates, Inc.; V.D. Nair, D.A. Graetz, and K.M. Potier, University of Florida; N.J. Bissett, The Natives, Inc.; R.A. Garren, Gainesville, Florida. August 2001.

03-113-154

Potential Use of Phosphate Mining Tailing Sand for Water Filtration: Leaching Tests

Peter J. Schreuder and John Dumeyer, Schreuder, Inc. August 2001.

03-124-153

An Investigation of the Capacity of Tailing Sand to Remove Microorganisms from Surficial Waters

Peter J. Schreuder and John Dumeyer, Schreuder, Inc.; Lillian M. Stark, Florida Department of Health, Tampa Branch Laboratory, Tampa, Florida. August 2001.

03-114-146

Managing Runoff Water Quality from Clay Settling Areas Used for Intensive Agricultural Production

D.Z. Haman, E.A. Hanlon, J.A. Stricker, D.L. Anderson, and G. Gao, University of Florida IFAS; W.R. Reck, NRCS. September 2001.

03-090-144

Florida Native Plant Collection, Production and Direct Seeding Techniques: Interim Report

Sharon Pfaff, Mary Anne Gonter, and Clarence Maura, Jr., Technical Editors, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. December 1996.

03-000-143

Ecosystem Restoration Workshop Proceedings

Florida Institute of Phosphate Research and Society for Ecological Restoration, Lakeland, Florida. April 25 and 26, 1996.

03-107-140

Ecology, Physiology, and Management of Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica)

Donn G. Shilling et al., University of Florida. May 1997.

03-103-139v1

Evaluation of Constructed Wetlands on Phosphate Mined Lands in Florida. Volume I: Project Summary

University of Florida, K.L. Erwin Consulting Ecologists, Florida Audubon Society, Missimer International, and The Nature Conservancy. November 1997.

03-103-139v2

Evaluation of Constructed Wetlands on Phosphate Mined Lands in Florida. Volume II: Hydrology, Soils, Water Quality, & Aquatic Fauna

University of Florida, K.L. Erwin Consulting Ecologists, Florida Audubon Society, Missimer International, and The Nature Conservancy. November 1997.

03-103-139v3

Evaluation of Constructed Wetlands on Phosphate Mined Lands in Florida. Volume III: Vegetation, Wildlife, & Ecosystem and Landscape Organization

University of Florida, K.L. Erwin Consulting Ecologists, Florida Audubon Society, Missimer International, and The Nature Conservancy. November 1997.

03-101-130

Meiofauna and Macrofauna in Six Headwater Streams of the Alafia River, Florida

Bruce C. Cowell, University of South Florida. June 1997.

03-100-129

Habitat Factors Influencing the Distribution of Small Vertebrates on Unmined and Phosphate-Mined Uplands in Central Florida

Henry R. Mushinsky, Earl D. McCoy, and Robert A. Kluson, University of South Florida. November 1996.

03-093-128

The Mined Lands Agricultural Research Project: Summary of Experiments and Extension Recommendations

E.A. Hanlon, University of Florida IFAS; R.A. Jerez and J.A. Stricker, Polk County. October 1996.

03-088-107

Polk County Mined Lands Agricultural Research and Demonstration Project

Edited by David B. Shibles, Polk County and University of Florida IFAS. February 1992.

03-044-095

Techniques and Guidelines for Reclamation of Phosphate Mined Lands

Mark T. Brown and Robert E. Tighe, University of Florida. July 1991.

03-041-086

Accelerating Natural Processes for Wetland Restoration After Phosphate Mining

H.T. Odum et al., University of Florida. August 1990.

03-008-064

Enhanced Ecological Succession Following Phosphate Mining

G. Ronnie Best et a., University of Florida. April 1988.

03-033-060

Sink Branch: Stream Relocation and Reclamation by the Florida Phosphate Industry

David J. Robertson, Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. February 1988.

03-071-054

An Investigation of the Current Status of Citrus Plantings on Reclaimed Land in Central Florida

Thomas P. Oxford and James R. Moon, Zellars-Williams, Inc. March 1988.

03-046-052

Water Quality in Central Florida’s Phosphate Mineralized Region

Scott W. Rampenthal and Bruno A. Ferraro, Post, Buckley, Schuh and Jernigan, Inc. July 1987.

03-001-049

The Development of Techniques for the Use of Trees in the Reclamation of Phosphate Lands

James B. Harrell, Florida Division of Forestry. June 1987.

03-015-043

Investigations of Methodologies for Management of Mosquito Populations in Phosphate Mining Areas

Board of County Commissioners - Polk County Environmental Services. November 1986.

03-043-040

Phosphate Mining: Regulations, Reclamation and Revegetation

Wayne R. Marion, University of Florida. September 1986.

03-045-039

Measurement of Recovery in Lakes Following Phosphate Mining

J.R. Pratt et al., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. April 1986.

03-000-033

Freshwater Wetland Reclamation in Florida: An Overview

David J. Robertson, Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. September 1985.

03-022-032

Studies of a Method of Wetland Reconstruction Following Phosphate Mining

M.T. Brown and H.T. Odum, University of Florida Center for Wetlands. September 1985.

03-018-030

Ecological Considerations of Reclaimed Lakes in Central Florida’s Phosphate Region. Volume 2.

Oliver C. Boody et al., Environmental Science & Engineering, Inc. May 1985.

03-018-029

Ecological Considerations of Reclaimed Lakes in Central Florida’s Phosphate Region. Volume 1.

Oliver C. Boody et al., Environmental Science & Engineering, Inc. May 1985.

03-007-025

Interactions of Wetlands with the Phosphate Industry

Howard T. Odum et al., University of Florida. November 1983.

03-036-010

Reclamation and the Phosphate Industry: Proceedings of a Symposium

David J. Robertson, editor, Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. January 26-28, 1983.

03-006-007

Field Evaluation of Sand-Clay Mix Reclamation

John E. Garlanger, Ardaman & Associates. December 1982.