FCE Site Role
Florida International University
FCE Working groups
Consumers, Consumer-Mediated Nutrient Transport
- Mailing address:
- Department of Earth and Environment
- Florida International University
- 11200 SW 8th St, AHC5 365
- Miami, FL 33199
- Email: email@example.com
- FCE Publications (51)Book Chapters
Davis, S.E., E. Castañeda-Moya, R. Boucek, R.M. Chambers, L. Collado-Vides, H.C. Fitz, J.D. Fuentes, E.E. Gaiser, M.R. Heithaus, J.S. Rehage, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, J.P. Sah, F.H. Sklar, and T. Troxler. 2019. Chapter 7: Exogenous Drivers - What has Disturbance Taught Us?, in Childers, D.L., E.E. Gaiser and L.A. Ogden (eds.) The Coastal Everglades: The Dynamics of Social-Ecological Transformation in the South Florida Landscape. Oxford University Press : New York, New York.
Kominoski, J., J.S. Rehage, W.T. Anderson, R. Boucek, H.O. Briceno, M.R. Bush, T.W. Dreschel, M.R. Heithaus, R. Jaffe, L. Larsen, P. Matich, C. McVoy, A.E. Rosenblatt, and T. Troxler. 2019. Chapter 4: Ecosystem Fragmentation and Connectivity - Legacies and Future Implications of a Restored Everglades, in Childers, D.L., E.E. Gaiser and L.A. Ogden (eds.) The Coastal Everglades: The Dynamics of Social-Ecological Transformation in the South Florida Landscape. Oxford University Press : New York, New York.
Price, R.M., K.Z.S. Schwartz, W.T. Anderson, R. Boucek, H.O. Briceno, M.I. Cook, H.C. Fitz, M.R. Heithaus, J. Onsted, J.S. Rehage, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, R. Roy Chowdhury, and A.K. Saha. 2019. Chapter 3: Water, Sustainability, and Survival, in Childers, D.L., E.E. Gaiser and L.A. Ogden (eds.) The Coastal Everglades: The Dynamics of Social-Ecological Transformation in the South Florida Landscape. Oxford University Press : New York, New York.
Rehage, J.S., J. Cote, and A. Sih. 2016. The role of dispersal behaviour and personality in post-establishment spread, pp. 96-118 in Weis, J.S. and D. Sol (eds.) Biological Invasions and Animal Behaviour. Cambridge University Press.
Boucek, R., and J.S. Rehage. 2015. Effects of an episodic drought on a floodplain subsidy consumed by mangrove river fishes, in Murchie, K.J. and P.P. Daneshgar (eds.) Mangroves as Fish Habitat. Proceedings of the 2nd Mangroves as Fish Habitat meeting.. American Fisheries Society.
Rehage, J.S., R. Boucek, and J. Lee. 2015. Mangrove Habitat Use by Resident versus Migrant Sport Fishes in the Coastal Everglades, in Murchie, K.J. and P.P. Daneshgar (eds.) Mangroves as Fish Habitat. Proceedings of the 2nd Mangroves as Fish Habitat meeting.. American Fisheries Society.Journal Articles
Pierce, J.L., M.V. Lauretta, R. Rezek, and J.S. Rehage. 2021. Survival of Florida largemouth bass in a coastal refuge habitat across years of varying drying severity. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 150: 435-451.
Rastetter, E.B., M.D. Ohman, K.J. Elliott, J.S. Rehage, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, R. Boucek, E. Castañeda-Moya, T. Danielson, L. Gough, P.M. Groffman, C.R. Jackson, C.F. Miniat, and G.R. Shaver. 2021. Time lags: insights from the U.S. Long Term Ecological Research Network. Ecosphere 12: e03431.
Rodemann, J., W.R. James, R.O. Santos, B. Furman, Z.F. Fratto, V. Bautista, J. Hernandez, N. Viadero, J. Linenfelser, L.A. Lacy, M.O. Hall, C.R. Kelble, C. Kavanaugh, and J.S. Rehage. 2021. Impact of extreme disturbances on suspended sediment in western Florida Bay: Implications for seagrass resilience. Frontiers in Marine Science 8: 633240.
Strickland, B.A., K.R. Gastrich, F.J. Mazzotti, J. Massie, V.A. Paz, N. Viadero, J.S. Rehage, and M.R. Heithaus. 2020. Variation in movement behavior of alligators after a major hurricane. Animal Biotelemetry 8: 7.
Abbas, M.M., A. Melesse, L.J. Scinto, and J.S. Rehage. 2019. Satellite estimation of chlorophyll-a using Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) sensor in shallow coastal water bodies: Validation and improvement. Water 11: 1621.
Boucek, R., A.A. Trotter, D.A. Blewett, J.L. Ritch, R.O. Santos, P.W. Stevens, J. Massie, and J.S. Rehage. 2019. Contrasting river migrations of Common Snook between two Florida rivers using acoustic telemetry. Fisheries Research 213: 219-225.
Eggenberger, C., R.O. Santos, T.A. Frankovich, W.R. James, C.J. Madden, J. Nelson, and J.S. Rehage. 2019. Coupling telemetry and stable isotope techniques to unravel movement: Snook habitat use across variable nutrient environments. Fisheries Research 218: 35-47.
Kroloff, E., J. Heinen, K.N. Braddock, J.S. Rehage, and R.O. Santos. 2019. Understanding the decline of catch-and-release fishery with angler knowledge: a key informant approach applied to South Florida bonefish. Environmental Biology of Fishes 102: 319-328.
Massie, J., B.A. Strickland, R.O. Santos, J. Hernandez, N. Viadero, R. Boucek, H.E. Willoughby, M.R. Heithaus, and J.S. Rehage. 2019. Going downriver: Patterns and cues in hurricane-driven movements of common snook in a subtropical coastal river. Estuaries and Coasts DOI: 10.1007/s12237-019-00617-y.
Rehage, J.S., R.O. Santos, E. Kroloff, J. Heinen, Q. Lai, B.D. Black, R. Boucek, and A.J. Adams. 2019. How has the quality of bonefishing changed over the past 40 years? Using local ecological knowledge to quantitatively inform population declines in the South Florida flats fishery. Environmental Biology of Fishes 102: 285-298.
Santos, R.O., J.S. Rehage, E. Kroloff, J. Heinen, and A.J. Adams. 2019. Combining data sources to elucidate spatial patterns in recreational catch and effort: fisheries-dependent data and local ecological knowledge applied to the South Florida bonefish fishery. Environmental Biology of Fishes 102: 299-317.
Santos, R.O., R. Schinbeckler, N. Viadero, M.F. Larkin, J.J. Rennert, J.M. Shenker, and J.S. Rehage. 2019. Linking bonefish (Albula vulpes) populations to nearshore estuarine habitats using an otolith microchemistry approach. Environmental Biology of Fishes 102: 267-283.
Strickland, B.A., J. Massie, N. Viadero, R.O. Santos, K.R. Gastrich, V.A. Paz, P. O'Donnell, A.M. Kroetz, D. Ho, J.S. Rehage, and M.R. Heithaus. 2019. Movements of juvenile bull sharks in response to a major hurricane within a tropical estuarine nursery area. Estuaries and Coasts DOI: 10.1007/s12237-019-00600-7.
Griffin, L.P., J.W. Brownscombe, A.J. Adams, R. Boucek, J.T. Finn, M.R. Heithaus, J.S. Rehage, S.J. Cooke, and A.J. Danylchuk. 2018. Keeping up with the Silver King: Using cooperative acoustic telemetry networks to quantify the movements of Atlantic tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) in the coastal waters of the southeastern United States. Fisheries Research 205: 65-76.
Lanier, A.L., J.R. Drabik, T. Heikkila, J. Bolson, M. Sukop, D.W. Watkins, J.S. Rehage, A. Mirchi, V. Engel, and D. Letson. 2018. Facilitating integration in interdisciplinary research: Lessons from a South Florida Water, Sustainability, and Climate Project. Environmental Management 62: 1025-1037.
Stevens, P.W., R. Boucek, A.A. Trotter, J.L. Ritch, E.R. Johnson, C.P. Shea, D.A. Blewett, and J.S. Rehage. 2018. Illustrating the value of cross-site comparisons: Habitat use by a large, euryhaline fish differs along a latitudinal gradient. Fisheries Research 208: 42-48.
Boucek, R., M.R. Heithaus, R.O. Santos, P.W. Stevens, and J.S. Rehage. 2017. Can animal habitat use patterns influence their vulnerability to extreme climate events? An estuarine sportfish case study. Global Change Biology 23: 4045-4057.
Matich, P., J.S. Ault, R. Boucek, D.E. Bryan, K.R. Gastrich, C.L. Harvey, M.R. Heithaus, J.J. Kiszka, V.A. Paz, J.S. Rehage, and A.E. Rosenblatt. 2017. Ecological niche partitioning within a large predator guild in a nutrient-limited estuary. Limnology and Oceanography 62: 934-953.
Santos, R.O., J.S. Rehage, A.J. Adams, B.D. Black, J.K. Osborne, and E. Kroloff. 2017. Quantitative assessment of a data-limited recreational bonefish fishery using a time-series of fishing guides reports. PLoS ONE 12: e0184776.
Boucek, R., M. Soula, F. Tamayo, and J.S. Rehage. 2016. A once in ten year drought alters the magnitude and quality of a floodplain trophic subsidy to coastal river fishes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73: 1672-1678.
Rehage, J.S., J.R. Blanchard, R. Boucek, J.J. Lorenz, and M. Robinson. 2016. Knocking back invasions: variable resistance and resilience to multiple cold spells in native vs. nonnative fishes. Ecosphere 7: e01268.
Stevens, P.W., D.A. Blewett, R. Boucek, J.S. Rehage, B.L. Winner, J.M. Young, J.A. Whittington, and R. Paperno. 2016. Resilience of a tropical sport fish population to a severe cold event varies across five estuaries in southern Florida. Ecosphere 7: e01400.
Rehage, J.S., D.P. Lopez, M. Anderson, and J.E. Serafy. 2015. On the mismatch between salinity tolerance and preference for an invasive fish: A case for incorporating behavioral data into niche modeling. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 471: 58-63.
Boucek, R., and J.S. Rehage. 2014. Examining the effectiveness of consumer diet sampling as a nonnative detection tool in a subtropical estuary. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143: 489-494.
Kline, J., W.F. Loftus, K. Kotun, J.C. Trexler, J.S. Rehage, J.J. Lorenz, and M. Robinson. 2014. Recent fish introductions into Everglades National Park: An unforeseen consequence of water management? Wetlands 34: 175-187.
Rehage, J.S., R. Boucek, E. Cline, M.I. Cook, R.M. Kobza, and A.K. Saha. 2014. Turning passive detection systems into field experiments: an application using wetland fishes and enclosures to track fine-scale movement and habitat choice. Acta Ethologica 17: 53-61.
Rehage, J.S., S.E. Liston, K.J. Dunker, and W.F. Loftus. 2014. Fish community responses to the combined effects of decreased hydroperiod and nonnative fish invasions in a karst wetland: are Everglades solution holes sinks for native fishes? Wetlands 34: 159-173.
Boucek, R., and J.S. Rehage. 2013. A tale of two fishes: Using recreational angler records to examine the link between fish catches and floodplain connections in a subtropical coastal river. Estuaries and Coasts DOI: 10.1007/s12237-013-9710-4.
Gandy, D.A., J.S. Rehage, J. Munyon, K.B. Gestring, and J.I. Galvez. 2012. Canals as vectors for fish movement: Potential southward range expansion of Lepisosteus osseus L. (Longnose Gar) in south Florida. Southeastern Naturalist 11: 253-262.
Lopez, D.P., A. Jungman, and J.S. Rehage. 2012. Nonnative African jewelfish are more fit but not bolder at the invasion front: a trait comparison across an Everglades range expansion. Biological Invasions 14: 2159-2174.
McCarthy, L.C., W.F. Loftus, and J.S. Rehage. 2012. Segregation of palaemonid shrimp along an Everglades estuarine gradient: Do multiple species have similar trophic function? Bulletin of Marine Science 88: 843-861.
Porter-Whitaker, A.E., J.S. Rehage, S.E. Liston, and W.F. Loftus. 2012. Multiple predator effects and native prey responses to two non-native Everglades cichlids. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 375-385.
Sih, A., D.I. Bolnick, B. Luttbeg, J.L. Orrock, S.D. Peacor, L.M. Pintor, E. Preisser, J.S. Rehage, and J.R. Vonesh. 2010. Predator-prey naivete´, antipredator behavior, and the ecology of predator invasions. Oikos 119: 610-621.
Rehage, J.S., and W.F. Loftus. 2007. Seasonal fish community variation in headwater mangrove creeks in the southwestern Everglades: an examination of their role as dry-down refuges. Bulletin of Marine Science 80: 625-645.
Rehage, J.S., and J.C. Trexler. 2006. Assessing the net effect of anthropogenic disturbance on aquatic communities in wetlands: Community structure relative to distance from canals. Hydrobiologia 569: 359-373.
- Datasets (4)FCE Datasets
- Recent FCE Leveraged ProjectsEffects of seagrass die off on recreational fisheries: movement effects
Authors: Rehage, J., R.O. Santos, J. Rodemann
Funding organization: Ocean Tracking Network
Time period: 01 Jan 2020 - 01 Jan 2023Effects of freshwater inflows and seagrass die-off on recreational fisheries: A trophic & movement ecology approach
Authors: Rehage, J., R.O. Santos, C.R. Kelble, M.O. Hall, J. Nelson
Funding organization: Everglades National Park
Time period: 01 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2021Role of marsh-mangrove habitats as refuges for dry-down refuges for marsh fishes
Authors: Rehage, J.
Funding organization: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Time period: 01 Jan 2008 - 31 Dec 2021Abiotic effects on movement of Spotted Seatrout and Grey Snapper in response to a seagrass die-off
Authors: Rehage, J., J. Rodemann, R.O. Santos
Funding organization: FACT, Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA)
Time period: 01 Jan 2020 - 01 Jan 2021Examining the threat of pharmaceuticals to South Florida bonefish
Authors: Rehage, J., R.O. Santos, T. Brodin, J. Fick, P. Cardinali
Funding organization: Bonefish & Tarpon Trust
Time period: 01 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2020Role of Florida Bay coastal embayments as fish habitat: linking the trophic and movement ecology of recreational fisheries
Authors: Rehage, J., T.A. Frankovich, R.O. Santos
Funding organization: South Florida Water Management District
Time period: 01 Jan 2019 - 01 Jan 2020
- Recent FCE Presentations
Rehage, J.S.. 2021. Everglades Recreation Fisheries and their Underappreciated Relationship to Freshwater Flows: Knowns, Hypotheses, and Key Unknowns. Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) Meeting, Virtual, April 28, 2021.
Linenfelser, J., and J.S. Rehage. 2020. Determining nutrient sources and their impacts in the Florida Everglades coastal lake subestuaries. 2020 FCE LTER All Scientists Meeting, Virtual, December 4, 2020.