- Research Associate, Archbold Biological Station, Lake Placid, FL
- Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Florida International University
- PhD, Ecology, University of Georgia-Athens, 1997
- MS, Animal Ecology, Iowa State University, 1991
- BS, Biology, Kent State University, 1989
Kominoski, J. S., E. E. Gaiser and S. G. Baer. Advancing theories of ecosystem development through long-term ecological research. BioScience DOI: 10.1093/biosci/biy070. (link )
Naja, M., D. L. Childers and E. E. Gaiser. 2017. Water quality implications of hydrologic restoration alternatives in the Florida Everglades United States. Restoration Ecology 25(S1):S58-S58. DOI: 10.1111/rec.12513. (link )
Gaiser, E. E., P. Sullivan, F. A. Tobias, A. J. Bramburger and J. C. Trexler. 2014. Boundary effects on benthic microbial phosphorus concentrations and diatom beta diversity in a hydrologically-modified, nutrient-limited wetland. Wetlands 34(1 Supple.):55-64. DOI: 10.1007/s13157-013-0379-z. (link )
Koch, G. R., S. Hagerthey, D. L. Childers and E. Gaiser. 2014. Examining seasonally pulsed detrital transport in the coastal Everglades using a sediment tracing technique. Wetlands 54(1 Supple.):123-133. DOI: 10.1007/s13157-013-0388-y. (link )
Sullivan, P. L., R. M. Price, J. L. Schedlbauer, A. Saha and E. E. Gaiser. 2014. The influence of hydrologic restoration on groundwater-surface water interactions in a karst wetland, Everglades (FL, USA). Wetlands 34(1 Suppl.):23-25. DOI: 10.1007/s13157-013-0451-8. (link )
Anderson, W. T. and E. E. Gaiser. 2013. Paleoenvironmental change in weltands of the Florida Everglades, southeast USA. Journal of Paleolimnology 49(1):1-3. DOI: 10.1007/s10933-012-9665-7. (link )
Lee, S. S., E. E. Gaiser and J. C. Trexler. 2013. Diatom-based models for inferring hydrology and periphyton abundance in a subtropical karstic wetland: Implications for ecosystem-scale bioassessment. Wetlands 33:157-173. DOI: 10.1007/s13157-012-0363-z. (link )
Sanchez, C. A., E. E. Gaiser, C. J. Saunders, A. H. Wachnicka, N. Oehm and C. Craft. 2013. Challenges in using siliceous subfossils as a tool for inferring past water level and hydroperiod in Everglade marshes. Journal of Paleolimnology 49(1):45-66. DOI: 10.1007/s10933-012-9624-3. (link )
Troxler, T. G., E. Gaiser, J. Barr, J. D. Fuentes, R. Jaffe, D. L. Childers, L. Collado-Vides, V. H. Rivera-Monroy, E. Castaneda-Moya, W. Anderson, R. Chambers, M. Chen, C. Coronado-Molina, S. E. Davis, V. Engel, C. Fitz, J. Fourqurean, T. Frankovich, J. S. Kominoski, C. Madden, S. L. Malone, S. F. Oberbauer, P. Olivas, J. Richards, C. J. Saunders, J. Schedlbauer, L. Scinto, F. H. Sklar, T. Smith, J. M. Smoak, G. Starr, R. R. Twilley and K. R. Whelan. 2013. Integrated carbon budget models for the Everglades terrestrial-coastal-oceanic gradient: Current status and needs for inter-site comparisons. Oceanography 26(3):98-107. DOI: 10.5670/oceanog.2013.51. (link )
Koch, G. R., D. L. Childers, E. E. Gaiser and T. Price. 2012. Hydrological conditions control P loading and aquatic metabolism in an oligotrophic, subtropical estuary. Estuaries and Coasts 35:292-307. DOI: 10.1007/s12237-011-9431-5. (link )
Ewe, S. M., E. E. Gaiser, D. L. Childers, D. M. Iwaniec, V. H. Rivera-Monroy and R. R. Twilley. 2006. Spatial and temporal patterns of aboveground net primary productivity (ANPP) along two freshwater-estuarine transects in the Florida Coastal Everglades. Hydrobiologia 569(1):459-474. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-006-0149-5. (link )
Trexler, J., E. Gaiser and D. L. Childers. 2006. Interaction of hydrology and nutrients in controlling ecosystem function in oligotrophic coastal environments of South Florida. Hydrobiologia 569(1):1-2. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-006-0118-z. (link )
Smith, M., J. S. Kominoski, E. E. Gaiser, T. G. Troxler, K. Grove, R. Roy Chowdhury and M. Healy. 2017. Understanding variation in water sources to urban flooding in low-lying coastal regions. Poster presented at the 2nd Annual UREx SRN All Hands Meeting, New York, NY.
Sanchez, C. A., E. Gaiser and N. Oehm. 2010. Quantifying hydroperiod fluctuations across an Everglades wetland through microscopic analysis of siliceous microfossils. Poster presented at the 2010 Florida Coastal Everglades LTER All Scientists Meeting, 15-16 March, 2010, North Miami, FL. (link )
Sanchez, C. A., E. Gaiser and N. Oehm. 2010. Quantifying hydroperiod fluctuations across an Everglades wetland through microscopic analysis of siliceous microfossils. Poster presented at the 2010 Inel International Science Fair,
Barnett, A., R. Roy Chowdhury, G. Hydrick, E. Gaiser, J. Kominoski and M. Smith. 2018. Infrastructures and action situations: Converging ideas in science and technological studies and institutional analysis to study urban resilience to climate extremes. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, April 10-14, 2018, New Orleans, LA. (link )
Gaiser, E. E. 2018. Cooperation during booms and busts: ingredients for dynamic development in ecology. Presentation at the 5010 the Reunion and Symposium: The Past, Present and Future of Ecology, January 12-14, 2018, Odem School of Ecology, University Georgia. (link )
Gaiser, E. E. 2018. How science fits in. Presentation at the America's Everglades Summitt, April 24-25, 2018, Washington, DC. (link )
Gaiser, E. E. 2018. Hurricanes as resilience-builders. Presentation at the Understanding Our Ocean Connections through Long-term Ecological Research, April 19, 2018, National Science Foundation, Alexandria, VA. (link )
Smith, M., J. S. Kominoski, E. E. Gaiser and T. G. Troxler. 2018. Th urban flood pulse concept: Effects of extreme tides and runoff on biogeochemical cycling in urban river networks. Presentation at the 3rd Annual UREx All Hands Meeting, March 19-21, 2018, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
Gaiser, E. E. 2016. Sea-level rise: A positive outlook. Presentation at the Turnberry Ocean Colony Lecture Series, Miami, Florida.
Gaiser, E. E. 2015. Urban resilience to extreme events: UREx Sustainability Research Network. Presentation at the Florida International University, Miami, Florida.
Gaiser, E. E. 2015. Urban resilience to extreme events: UREx Sustainability Research Network. Presentation at the Florida International University, Miami, FL.