Leveraging habitat suitability modeling to inform management of nonnative fishes in a changing climate
September 2021 - December 2023
- FWC, USFWS
Florida has more than 200 nonnative fishes that cause major ecological and societal consequences. In this project, we will predict survival, reproduction, recruitment, and dispersal of priority nonnative fishes in Florida over the next 50 years to develop science-driven approaches for managing these species. We will generate predictive distribution maps, decision support tools, and stakeholder engagement activities to help manage nonnative fishes and inform the public about fisheries conservation. This project will involve close collaboration with fisheries managers to ensure that research products are useful for preventing the introduction, slowing the spread, eradicating, and controlling nonnative fishes.
|Anderson, C. C. and A. K. Carlson. 2022. Thermal habitat suitability for non-native fish in Florida’s lotic systems. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Graduate Student Symposium, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 15 March 2022.||March 2022|