Ehrhardt Laboratory

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Marine Ecosystem and Society Marine Ecosystem and Society
Working closely with stakeholders and using state-of-the-art remote sensing technologies for data acquisition on fish behavior and habitat use, researchers in the Ehrhardt Lab conduct biological and ecological research on large pelagic species (i.e. tunas and billfish) and reef fish species (e.g. Nassau grouper and snappers).  Research on the population dynamics and fishery stock assessment modeling of complex invertebrate resources (e.g. shrimps, spiny lobsters, Queen conch, stone crab) are core activities carried out in this laboratory.


We endeavor to develop scientific understanding that supports effective integration of ecosystem forcing and environmental variation on the dynamics of population recruitment processes. Our research focuses on generating scientific support to conservation management in the United Stated and internationally.

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Nelson Ehrhardt
Lab Director
Phone: (305) 421-4741
Email: Nehrhardt@rsmas.miami.edu