Jennifer M. Adler

Jennifer M. Adler
University of Florida | UF

PhD

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Education
May 2013 - May 2018
University of Florida
Field of study
  • Interdisciplinary Ecology
September 2007 - May 2011
Brown University
Field of study
  • Marine Biology

Publications

Publications (7)
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Animals aggregate to reduce predation risk, facilitate mating, and access resources with patchy distributions. During a long-term study of turtle populations in the Santa Fe River (SFR) ecosystem in northern Florida, we observed a large aggregation of turtles at Gilchrist Blue Springs Park (GBSP) in August-October 2013 and again in March-May 2014....
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https://ufdc.ufl.edu/UFE0052115/00001 Freshwater aquifers are a vital source of water for a growing human population, yet the hidden nature of these freshwater sources often causes their importance to be overlooked. In Florida, groundwater supplies water to more than 90% of the population and to more than 1,000 freshwater springs. These springs ca...
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An aggregation of Suwannee Cooters (Pseudemys concinna suwanniensis) prompted an investigation of their effects on vegetation in Blue Spring, a 2nd-magnitude spring in Gilchrist County, Florida. We counted turtles and documented % cover and wet biomass of vegetation in September and October 2013. The maximum mean density of turtles (1566 ± 319 turt...
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To predict the impacts of climate change, a better understanding is needed of the foundation species that build and maintain biogenic ecosystems. Spartina alterniflora Loisel (smooth cordgrass) is the dominant salt marsh-building plant along the US Atlantic coast. It maintains salt marsh elevation relative to sea level by the accumulation of aboveg...
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Despite women earning similar numbers of graduate degrees as men in STEM disciplines, they are underrepresented in upper level positions in both academia and industry. Editorial board memberships are an important example of such positions; membership is both a professional honor in recognition of achievement and an opportunity for professional adva...
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Despite women earning similar numbers of graduate degrees as men in STEM disciplines, they are underrepresented in upper level positions in both academia and industry. Editorial board memberships are an important example of such positions; membership is both a professional honor in recognition of achievement and an opportunity for professional adva...
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http://fl.biology.usgs.gov/coastaleco/sturgeon_quest/USGS-SESC-SturgeonQuest-GulfSturgeonBibliography.pdf

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