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Tallest of the shorty cypress

I could have swornthese things were taller ...(Maybe it's the angle.)See for yourself in Go Hydrology! Continue

Started Jun 29, 2012

Atmospheric relativity

Was it just me, or did today feellike a "dry season"day to anybody else,too?Find out more in Go Hydrology! Continue

Started Jun 28, 2012

"Soggy sock" country
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A week ago,this trail was dry:See for yourself in Go Hydrology! Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Sobczak Jun 28, 2012.

Iron hydrologist
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It's coming up on three yearsthat I've done this:Good days, bad days, or indifferent.Find out what in Go Hydrology! Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Swamp Hunter Jun 25, 2012.

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Robert Sobczak commented on Robert Sobczak's blog post Great "summer read" on NPS Centennial
"One of the Chapters takes place in Monroe Station, circa 1960s"
Jun 7, 2016
Robert Sobczak replied to Swamp Hunter's discussion Monroe Station
"Hello all, In the new novel that I co-wrote, entitled "The Legend of Campfire Charlie," one of the chapters takes place inside and around Monroe Station, circa 1960s/1970s.  People who remember Monroe Station back when it was a…"
Jun 5, 2016
Robert Sobczak posted a blog post

Great "summer read" on NPS Centennial

Hello all,Looking for a good "summer read?"Here's a timely one, too.Among other things it touches on the NPS Centennial, the Big Cypress Swamp.  It chronicles the "day in a life" of a ranger that turns into anything but that.Title:The Legend of Campfire Charlie:Celebrating the 100th Birthday of America's Nat'l ParksBy Robert V. Sobczak and Rudi HeinrichBrief Intro:Do you have a grave fear of speaking in public? How about being squeezed to death by a giant Burmese Python? Does being watched by a…See More
Jun 5, 2016
Swamp Hunter replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion Gates but glades on "hold"
"I dont claim to be knowlegable on water management but storing water in the  Conservation Areas has devastated wildlife in those areas during high water periods and many of the islands are shrinking away or already…"
Jun 30, 2012
daniel replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion Gates but glades on "hold"
"yeah, but shouldn't they be releasing it as it rains? i mean, shouldn't it be released more incrementally, earlier?"
Jun 30, 2012
Robert Sobczak posted a discussion

Tallest of the shorty cypress

I could have swornthese things were taller ...(Maybe it's the angle.)See for yourself in Go Hydrology! See More
Jun 29, 2012
Robert Sobczak posted discussions
Jun 28, 2012
Robert Sobczak replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion "Soggy sock" country
"Yes,  either a gator or deer trail ... or both.  That particular one was just north of US41 near Monument Camp Ground."
Jun 28, 2012
Swamp Hunter replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion "Soggy sock" country
"Is that a game trail? (animal trail)"
Jun 28, 2012
Swamp Hunter replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion Iron hydrologist
Jun 25, 2012
Robert Sobczak posted a discussion

Iron hydrologist

It's coming up on three yearsthat I've done this:Good days, bad days, or indifferent.Find out what in Go Hydrology! See More
Jun 23, 2012
Robert Sobczak replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion Gates but glades on "hold"
"It's all very complicated.  You are right, however: storage is one of the goals.  "
Jun 21, 2012
Swamp Hunter replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion Gates but glades on "hold"
"Are gates shut because they are storing the water?  Is storing water good for the Everglades? Is there a plan in place to change this?"
Jun 21, 2012
Robert Sobczak replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion Gates but glades on "hold"
"I'm more of a Shakespearean Sonnet guy myself."
Jun 20, 2012
Robert Sobczak replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion "Stall in the storm" effect
"You got it."
Jun 20, 2012
Swamp Hunter replied to Robert Sobczak's discussion Gates but glades on "hold"
"..but last spring how they went dry? The gates that feed it aren't open til July    Hey it ryhmes you could write hip hop "
Jun 20, 2012

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Great "summer read" on NPS Centennial

Hello all,

Looking for a good "summer read?"

Here's a timely one, too.

Among other things it touches on the NPS Centennial, the Big Cypress Swamp.  It chronicles the "day in a life" of a ranger that turns into anything but that.

Title:

The Legend of Campfire Charlie:

Celebrating the 100th Birthday of America's Nat'l Parks

By Robert V. Sobczak and Rudi Heinrich

Brief Intro:

Do you have a grave fear of…

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