I would like to thank the many people who contributed to this graduate research project. I am still
adding and building this website. Please check back July 2023 for a full list of references. In the
meantime, I would like to thank two people.
Juan Bueno, Professor at Landscape Architecture at Florida International University
“The Climate and Weather of Florida”. James Henry, Kenneth M. Portier, Jan Coyne. Pineapple Press, Inc. Sarasota, FL 1994
“Priceless Florida; Natural Ecosystem and Native Species”. Ellie Whitney, D. Bruce Means, and Anne Rudloe. Pineapple Press, Inc. Sarasota, FL 2004.
“Plant Communities of the Upper Florida Keys: Communities approach to Identifying Plants of the Florida Keys”. F.H. Merrill. Plant Press Woodstock, VT. 2002.
“The Everglades, Florida Bay, and Coral Reefs of the Florida Keys: An ecosystem handbook. James W. Porter and Karen G. Porter. CRC Press 2002.
“The Florida Keys Environment Story” Rachel Carson, Dan Gallagher Editor in Chief. Pineapple Press. 1997.
“Ecosystems of Florida” Edited by Ronald L. Myers and John J. Ewell. University of Central Florida Press. 1990.
“History of South Florida Pine Rocklands and How They Have Been Negatively Affected by Fire Suppression and Fragmentation” Drew Lindemann.
The Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park. https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Key-Largo-Hammock
University of Florida IFAS Extension. http://monroe.ifas.ufl.edu/lawn/lawn_keysguide_sec1.shtml
Online Research Papers:
History of South Florida Pine Rocklands and How They Have Been Negatively Affected by Fire Suppression and Fragmentation. Drew Lindemann 2009 http://soils.ifas.ufl.edu/docs/pdf/academic/papers/lindemann-ronald-d.pdf
Field Guide to the South Florida Ecosystem Preserve: Hardwood Hammock Nature Trail.
Mabel Miller. 2003.
Regional Conservation.com http://www.regionalconservation.org/beta/nfyn/plantdetail.asp?tx=Pithkeye