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Jennifer Rehage

Jennifer Rehage

FCE Site Role
Principal Investigator

Affiliation
Florida International University

Research
Aquatic ecology

FCE Working groups
Consumers, Consumer-Mediated Nutrient Transport

  • Contact
    • Mailing address:
    • Department of Earth and Environment
    • Florida International University
    • 11200 SW 8th St, AHC5 365
    • Miami, FL 33199
  • Recent FCE Leveraged Projects
    Effects 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 2023

    Effects 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 2021

    Role 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 2021

    Abiotic 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 2021

    Examining 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 2020

    Role 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.