Florida’s diverse fish and wildlife species face threats every day. Biologists with the Ecosystem Assessment and Restoration section track many of these threats. Researchers monitor harmful algal blooms, including Florida red tide, that can cause human health and economic problems, and monitor and investigate fish and wildlife diseases and die-offs. Section researchers also evaluate the status of habitats, providing data that aid in preservation, management and restoration decision-making.
National Rivers and Streams Assessment
Studies of Turtle Grass Reproductive Success in Tampa Bay
Monitoring Isolated Wetlands in Support of Flatwoods Salamander Habitat Restoration
Coral Disease Outbreak
A Tale of Two Teams: Coordinated Harmful Algal Bloom and Fish Kill Event Response
Using the Concept of Leaf Area Index in Monitoring Vegetation