The waters along Florida’s coastline attract millions of recreational anglers and thousands of commercial fishers. Marine Fisheries Research biologists study the fish and invertebrates found in the state’s saltwater environments, gathering data important for the management of these species. The section’s research includes collecting and analyzing fishing data, monitoring species status and abundance, investigating biological information, and breeding and rearing certain species to enhance or rebuild their populations.
Scallop Sitter Project Temporarily Postponed
Coral Creek Restoration Monitoring
Reef Today, Gone Tomorrow
A Fond Farewell to Ed Matheson, FIM’s Top Taxonomist