Letter to the Editor regarding Surratt D, Shindle D, Yongshan W, et al. Letter to the Editor regarding: Julian P, 2017. Assessment of Upper Taylor Slough water quality and implications for ecosystem management in Everglades National Park

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I would like to thank Alyssa Freitag, Frank Powell, Garth Redfield, and Stuart Van Horn for their review and critical comments on earlier versions of this manuscript and the anonymous peer reviewer(s) and editor(s) for their efforts and constructive review of this manuscript.

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Julian, P. Letter to the Editor regarding Surratt D, Shindle D, Yongshan W, et al. Letter to the Editor regarding: Julian P, 2017. Assessment of Upper Taylor Slough water quality and implications for ecosystem management in Everglades National Park. Wetlands Ecol Manage 26, 249–251 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11273-017-9571-x

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