SWFMD

AcronymDefinition
SWFMDSouthwest Florida Water Management District
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Low water levels, on the other hand, cause conditions conducive to severe fires which consume organic soils and enable nonnative (exotic) woody plant species such as Australian pine (Casuarina sp.) and punk trees (e.g., Melaleuca quinquenervia) to displace native plant communities (SWFMD Staff 1992; Walters et al.
Completion of the canal connecting Lake Okeechobee with the Caloosahatchee River in 1882 marked the beginning of significant alteration of the Everglades basin by canalization (SWFMD Staff 1992).
The Everglades SWIM Plan (SWFMD Staff 1992) outlines several primary issues and concerns that are related to the wellbeing of the Everglades: (1) water quality, (2) water quantity, (3) environmental resource management, (4) flood control, (5) human activities, and (6) public information (see Table 1).