Learn how biologists conduct freshwater surveys and use these data for ongoing studies and long-term monitoring of freshwater communities.
Biologists research, monitor and record the long-term history and trends of Florida’s freshwater fish populations.
Biologists use electrofishing to monitor near-shore fish communities in Florida’s lakes.
Biologist use fyke nets to monitor shallow-water fish communities in Florida’s lakes.
Biologists use gill nets to monitor offshore fish communities in Florida’s lakes.
FWRI biologists who work on the long-term monitoring program use various methods to ensure their research is as efficient as possible.