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  • WildPine Ecological Laboratory » Bibliography » Loxahatchee River District
    RESTORATION LINKS MANAGEMENT AGENCIES FEDERAL STATE REGIONAL COUNTY MUNICIPAL SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADVISORY ENVIRONMENTAL CENTERS EDUCATION PROGRAMS NON PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS RECREATION Customer Service RESIDENTIAL NON RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY CONDITIONS CONTACT US If you would like to learn more about specific aspects of the river the following provides a list of the most current reports and data on the river compiled by the WildPine Lab To obtain copies please contact the WidlPine Lab at 561 747 5700 or Search the Bibliography How to Search the Database Directions Type in the keyword or words you would lile to search for then select the dtabase field you would like to search You may also search all fields maximum results or leave the fields blank to show all Keyword s Search Field s Search All Fields Entity Author Title of Document Abstract Keyword s The WildPine Ecological Laboratory To assist with research programs the Loxahatchee River District has a state certified laboratory which provides the needed scientific staff equipment and professional analysis of daily plant operations as well as an extensive river research program more Qualifications Certifications The Loxahatchee River District s WildPine Ecological Laboratory is certified through the Florida Department of Health as NELAP National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program compliant in the examination of environmental samples e g water samples for microbiology and general chemistry analyses more Photo Gallery Latest photos added The River Center s Jr Angler Tournament More Photo Galleries What s New Night on the Loxahatchee Shipwrecked in Paradise Night on the Loxahatchee the annual benefit for the River Center will be held on Saturday April 2nd 2016 from 7 00 PM 9 30 PM This year s theme is Shipwrecked in Paradise The proceeds raised from this event will help fund the outstanding environmental education programming the River Center offers to

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  • Research Reports » Loxahatchee River District
    the seagrass in the Loxahatchee River Estuary and the distribution of seagrass species mapped with landscape scale monitoring Reports Presentation of 2012 findings of Tape Grass Vallisneria americana File Type PDF File Size 1 MB 2009 2010 Seagrass Monitoring Report File Type PDF File Size 3 2 MB 2007 2008 Seagrass Monitoring Report File Type PDF File Size 1 2 MB Loxahatchee River Monthly Seagrass Algae Monitoring 2006 File Type PDF File Size 616 KB An Evaluation of Seagrass Communities in the Southernmost Reach of the Indian River Lagoon 2000 File Type DOC File Size 15 2 MB View as PDF Distribution Density and Composition of Seagrasses in the Southernmost Reach of the Indian River Lagoon 1998 File Type DOC File Size 16 0 MB View as PDF Data Patch Scale Monitoring Data Set File Type XLS File Size 2 5 MB Patch Scale Monitoring Data Plot File Type PDF File Size 728 KB Maps Mapping Data Sample location map viewed with Google Earth File Type KMZ File Size 161 KB Download Google Earth ESRI Shapefile of 2010 Landscape Scale Mapping Data File Type ZIP File Size 3 8 MB 2010 Seagrass Maps File Type PDF File Size 2 0 MB Map of Patch Scale Seagrass Monitoring sites File Type JPG File Size 1 6 MB Map of 2007 Landscape scale Seagrass Map All Species Combined File Type JPG File Size 1 0 MB Map of 2007 Landscape Scale Seagrass Map Individual Species File Type JPG File Size 1 3 MB ESRI Shapefile of Seagrass Monitoring Sites File Type ZIP File Size 14 5 KB ESRI Shapefile of 2007 Landscape Scale Mapping Data File Type ZIP File Size 344 KB Oyster Restoration and Monitoring Oyster reefs provide important benefits to the overall health of the Loxahatchee River by cleaning water stabilizing shorelines and providing essential fish habitat Oyster reefs have declined in the river due to a lack of hard surfaces where oyster larvae can attach The Loxahatchee River District and their partners are working together to restore and conduct research on the oyster reefs in the Loxahatchee River This restoration and research shows that oysters provide remarkable habitat that is home to a variety of fish crabs shrimp and other valuable species while providing new areas for larval oysters to grow Reports FIU 2012 Research Summary File Type PDF File Size 1013 KB LRD 2011 Loxahatchee River Oyster Reef Restoration Monitoring Summary File Type PDF File Size 2753 KB FIU 2011 Loxahatchee River Oyster Reef Restoration Monitoring Report File Type PDF File Size 254 KB 2008 2009 Oyster Reef Restoration and Monitoring Report File Type PDF File Size 5 3 MB 2007 2008 Oyster Mapping and Recruitment Report File Type PDF File Size 1 2 MB Loxahatchee River Estuary Oyster Locations and Mapping 2003 File Type PDF File Size 1 5 MB Yeager and Layman 2011 Oyster Food Web File Type PDF File Size 346 KB Data Oyster Recruitment Plot File Type PDF File Size 201 KB Oyster Recruitment

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  • Water Quality Maps & Stoplight Summaries » Loxahatchee River District
    STATE REGIONAL COUNTY MUNICIPAL SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADVISORY ENVIRONMENTAL CENTERS EDUCATION PROGRAMS NON PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS RECREATION Customer Service RESIDENTIAL NON RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY CONDITIONS CONTACT US Below are the Map Slideshows and Stoplight Summary Charts for the big 4 Water Quality parameters Bacteria fecal coliform enterococcus Total Nitrogen Total Phosphorus Chlorophyll We provide Monthly and Annual summaries of these results The Map Slideshow displays the most recent map first Press the right arrow button on the map to cycle forward in time from the first slide the left arrow cycles back in time The Stoplight Chart and printable maps are in PDF format that are viewable with a free PDF reader available from Adobe com The Loxahatchee River District s WildPine Ecological Laboratory compiles these results If you have questions about this information please contact the Loxahatchee River District at 561 747 5700 or Interactive Maps Most Recent Monthly Bacteria Results Additional Maps provided by the Loxahatchee River District Printable Maps of Most Recent Results Bacteria fecal coliform enterococcus Total Nitrogen Total Phosphorus Chlorophyl MONTHLY Maps and Stoplight Summary Chart most recent through past 13 months Monthly Map Slideshow Bacteria fecal coliform enterococcus Total Nitrogen Total Phosphorus Chlorophyl Monthly Stoplight Summary Chart ANNUAL Maps and Stoplight Summary Chart most recent through 2015 Monthly Map Slideshow Bacteria fecal coliform enterococcus Total Nitrogen Total Phosphorus Chlorophyl Annual Stoplight Summary Chart Photo Gallery Latest photos added The River Center s Jr Angler Tournament More Photo Galleries What s New Night on the Loxahatchee Shipwrecked in Paradise Night on the Loxahatchee the annual benefit for the River Center will be held on Saturday April 2nd 2016 from 7 00 PM 9 30 PM This year s theme is Shipwrecked in Paradise The proceeds raised from this event will help fund the outstanding environmental education programming the

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  • Volunteer Water Quality Program » Loxahatchee River District
    MANAGEMENT COORDINATING COUNCIL SEPTIC SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE CONTACT US BUSCH WILDLIFE River Restoration RESEARCH REPORT LIONFISH SIGHTINGS WILDPINE LAB QUALIFICATIONS CERTIFICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY STUDIES REPORTS DATA WATER QUALITY RESULTS STOPLIGHT SUMMARIES VOLUNTEER WATER QUALITY PROGRAM RIVER MANAGEMENT RESTORATION LINKS MANAGEMENT AGENCIES FEDERAL STATE REGIONAL COUNTY MUNICIPAL SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADVISORY ENVIRONMENTAL CENTERS EDUCATION PROGRAMS NON PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS RECREATION Customer Service RESIDENTIAL NON RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY CONDITIONS CONTACT US Public involvement is paramount to the preservation of the river and the Loxahatchee River District has created many ways you can become involved including a volunteer water quality monitoring program Local residents assist scientists from the WildPine Lab by collecting weekly water quality samples at designated sites within the Loxahatchee River estuary This data is then compiled and analyzed to provide in depth understanding of the river s fluctuating conditions as well as produce a monthly river water quality report If you are interested in becoming involved with the Loxahatchee River Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Network please contact the David Porter at the WildPine Lab 561 747 5700 ext 127 New Ebb Flow Water Quality Volunteer Newsletter September 2015 May 2015 February 2015 Photo Gallery Latest photos added The River Center s Jr Angler Tournament More Photo Galleries What s New Night on the Loxahatchee Shipwrecked in Paradise Night on the Loxahatchee the annual benefit for the River Center will be held on Saturday April 2nd 2016 from 7 00 PM 9 30 PM This year s theme is Shipwrecked in Paradise The proceeds raised from this event will help fund the outstanding environmental education programming the River Center offers to all ages throughout the year Traditional hallmarks of this event include raffles door prizes and a silent auction with fabulous prizes from local businesses and are enhanced by the incorporation of fascinating expert speakers engaging

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  • River Management & Restoration » Loxahatchee River District
    Everglades It covers 16 counties over an 18 000 square mile area and centers on an update of the Central Southern Florida C SF Project Its core mission is to fine tune the existing plumbing system to reduce undesirable environmental impacts Loxahatchee River Summary for Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan CERP File Type PDF File Size 3 1 MB http www evergladesplan org Northern Palm Beach County Comprehensive Water Management Plan During the period from 1995 2001 the South Florida Water Management District and the City of West Palm Beach led a cooperative effort to develop this plan which is a collective vision that addresses areas of improvement in order to meet present and future water resource needs such as establishing regional reservoirs and water retrieval facilities and developing a reclaimed water program Comprehensive Water Management Plan Link Loxahatchee River Minimum Flows Levels This project is being coordinated by the South Florida Water Management District and involves establishing freshwater flows to the Wild Scenic portions of the Loxahatchee River The correct amount of freshwater during the right time and of the right quality is essential to restoration of the Loxahatchee River This project will establish a minimum flow of freshwater that is necessary to keep the salt water down stream and allow for the cypress habitat to flourish FINAL DRAFT Technical Document to Support Development of Minimum Flows and Levels for the NW Fork of the Loxahatchee River November 2002 Document pdf 4 5mb Appendices A F pdf 13 8mb Appendices G S pdf 49mb Loxahatchee River Wild Scenic River Management Plan A portion of the Loxahatchee River was nationally designated a Wild Scenic River in 1985 As part of the designation a management plan and committee were formed Co authored by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and South Florida Water Management District this management presents a comprehensive plan for the Wild Scenic Corridor It documents progress to date and lays out a list of future endeavors to protect and enhance this portion of the river Loxahatchee River Wild Scenic River Management Plan Document 5 4 kb pdf New For more information contact Watershed Management Plan Started in 1996 the Department of Environmental Protection established a placed based management strategy for the Loxahatchee River Watershed The plan included descriptions of the various sections of the watershed and different restoration and enhancement projects This is a tool used by managers to evaluate the watershed and to help prioritize various projects within the watershed For more information contact Dianne Hughes of the Department of Environmental Protection 561 681 6703 Email Loxahatchee River Preservation Initiative This project is the outgrowth of the watershed management effort that was spearheaded by the Department of Environmental Protection in 1996 Annually the initiative identifies several key projects that are critical in preserving the long term health of the Loxahatchee River Projects include urban stormwater improvements and the restoration of other tributaries and the estuarine potions of the river To request more information see http www lrpi us

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  • Links » Loxahatchee River District
    REGIONAL COUNTY MUNICIPAL SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADVISORY ENVIRONMENTAL CENTERS EDUCATION PROGRAMS NON PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS RECREATION Customer Service RESIDENTIAL NON RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY CONDITIONS CONTACT US Management Agencies Using the latest in technology and most sophisticated environmental management techniques of our time no less than 40 public and private entities spanning from federal government to non profit foundations have made a commitment to the Loxahatchee River These environmental managers are divided into the categories of federal state regional county municipal special districts and advisory By clicking on each category you can see a listing with summaries and a link to more detailed information more Environmental Centers Education Programs See a sampling of the environemtnal centers and other education programs benefiting the Loxahatchee River and our surrounding areas more Non profit Organizations Here you will find a list of the local non profit organizations dedicated to preserving the Loxahatchee River more Recreation Learn the nesting patterns of sea turtles navigate the freshwater reaches of the Loxahatchee discover the variety of wildlife that make our community their home Our area is home to a number of great environmental attractions where you can get up close and personal with nature Here is just a samplings complete with phone numbers and or web sites Not only can you have a wonderful time exploring nature but you just might learn something too more top of page Photo Gallery Latest photos added The River Center s Jr Angler Tournament More Photo Galleries What s New Night on the Loxahatchee Shipwrecked in Paradise Night on the Loxahatchee the annual benefit for the River Center will be held on Saturday April 2nd 2016 from 7 00 PM 9 30 PM This year s theme is Shipwrecked in Paradise The proceeds raised from this event will help fund the outstanding environmental education

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  • Links » Loxahatchee River District
    to water safety to native vegetation Collectively they are ensuring the future of the Loxahatchee River watershed These environmental managers are divided into the categories of federal state regional county municipal special districts and advisory By clicking on each category you can see a listing with summaries and a link to more detailed information From public volunteers to federal water managers there is a vigorous desire not only to understand more about the history of this great river system but also to carry forth effective programs to protect it Plans such as the Northern Palm Beach County Comprehensive Water Management Plan the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan and the Loxahatchee River Preservation Initiative are working to address issues like storm water runoff habitat restoration and freshwater flow to ensure the beauty and environmental significance of this river is forever preserved Federal Federal agencies include U S Army Corps of Engineers U S Geological Survey U S Fish Wildlife Service U S Environmental Protection Agency and more more State State agencies include Florida Department of Environmental Protection Florida Park Service Florida Fish Wildlife Conservation Commission Florida Department of Community Affairs Florida Department of Transportation and more more Regional Regional agencies include Florida Inland Navigation District South Florida Water Management District Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council more County County agencies include Palm Beach County and Martin County more Municipal Municipal agencies include Town of Jupiter Village of Tequesta City of Palm Beach Gardens Jupiter Inlet Colony and City of West Palm Beach more Special Districts Special districts include Loxahatchee River District Jupiter Inlet District South Indian River Water Control District Northern Palm Beach County Improvement District and more more Advisory Advisory environmental managers Loxahatchee River Management Coordinating Council Friends of the Loxahatchee River Friends of Jonathan Dickinson State Park friends of Grassy Waters

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  • Links » Loxahatchee River District
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES LOXAHATCHEE RIVER MANAGEMENT COORDINATING COUNCIL SEPTIC SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE CONTACT US BUSCH WILDLIFE River Restoration RESEARCH REPORT LIONFISH SIGHTINGS WILDPINE LAB QUALIFICATIONS CERTIFICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY STUDIES REPORTS DATA WATER QUALITY RESULTS STOPLIGHT SUMMARIES VOLUNTEER WATER QUALITY PROGRAM RIVER MANAGEMENT RESTORATION LINKS MANAGEMENT AGENCIES FEDERAL STATE REGIONAL COUNTY MUNICIPAL SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADVISORY ENVIRONMENTAL CENTERS EDUCATION PROGRAMS NON PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS RECREATION Customer Service RESIDENTIAL NON RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY CONDITIONS CONTACT US U S Army Corps of Engineers Serves as the federal partner of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan CERP including the North Palm Beach County Plan which directly benefits the Loxahatchee River Also has regulatory oversight of projects which affect wetlands submerged lands and beaches more U S Geological Survey Monitors rainfall ground water levels salinity and flows in the Loxahatchee River watershed more U S Fish Wildlife Service Provides biological review of U S Corps of Engineers permits and is responsible for fishery and habitat protection in coastal waters more U S Environmental Protection Agency Sets federal air and water quality standards provides funding to FDEP for Section 319 grant program more top of page Photo Gallery Latest photos added The River Center s Jr Angler Tournament More Photo Galleries What s New Night on the Loxahatchee Shipwrecked in Paradise Night on the Loxahatchee the annual benefit for the River Center will be held on Saturday April 2nd 2016 from 7 00 PM 9 30 PM This year s theme is Shipwrecked in Paradise The proceeds raised from this event will help fund the outstanding environmental education programming the River Center offers to all ages throughout the year Traditional hallmarks of this event include raffles door prizes and a silent auction with fabulous prizes from local businesses and are enhanced by the incorporation of fascinating expert speakers engaging storytellers and other unique

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