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Jonathan Rodemann

FCE Site Role
Ph.D. Student

Advisor
Dr. Jennifer Rehage

Affiliation
Florida International University

Research
Fisheries Biology and Ecology

  • Contact
    • Mailing address:
    • Department of Earth & Environment
    • Florida International University
    • 11200 SW 8th St.
    • 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

    Fine-scale Movement and Habitat Use of Recreational Sportfish in Relation to Seagrass Habitat Structure and Composition

    Authors: Rodemann, J.
    Funding organization: Everglades Foundation
    Time period: 01 Oct 2020 - 01 Oct 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

  • Recent FCE Presentations

    Rodemann, J., R.O. Santos, W.R. James, and J.S. Rehage. 2022. Finding a home in a fragmented world: Multiscale habitat selection of Spotted Seatrout in an area of seagrass recovery. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Florida Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Haines City, Florida, April 5, 2022 - April 7, 2022.

    Rodemann, J., W.R. James, D. Gann, B. Furman, J.S. Rehage, and R.O. Santos. 2021. Development of a depth-invariant vegetation index for mapping seagrass cover. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) Conference, Virtual, November 1, 2021 - November 11, 2021.

    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. Kavanagh, and J.S. Rehage. 2021. Impact of Extreme Disturbances on Suspended Sediment in Western Florida Bay: Implications for Seagrass Resilience. Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) Meeting, Virtual, April 28, 2021.