Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

Projects

Freshwater Projects

FWC biologists conduct studies on a variety of fish species and systems. This set of articles focuses on many of the projects currently conducted in Florida's fresh waters.



Water Quality and Contaminants

FWRI staff monitor changes in water quality and levels of contaminants, including mercury in fish, in Florida's fresh waters.

Long-term Monitoring

Learn how biologists conduct freshwater surveys and use these data for ongoing studies and long-term monitoring of freshwater communities.

Minimum Flows and Levels

Biologists are studying how freshwater fish community dynamics may be affected by varying water flows and levels.


FWC Facts:
Whooping cranes mate for life, but they will take a new mate after the loss of the original. The pair will return to use and defend the same nesting and wintering territory year after year.

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