Lorenzen Lab @ UF/IFAS

Integrative Fisheries Science

Welcome to the research pages of the

Lorenzen Lab @ University of Florida

We are a research group in the Program in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences,  School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida. The lab is funded jointly with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.We undertake integrative-interdisciplinary research in support of the sustainable use of living aquatic resources. On this site you can find information about our research interests, publications, people in the lab, teaching, and involvement in management and policy.

What’s new

Initiatives with stakeholder involvement:

Goliath Grouper Management Stakeholder Project

Workshops exploring local fisheries issues and stakeholder involvement in the Charlotte Harbor and Sarasota Bay areas

Recent publications:

Cultured fish: domestication and interactions with wild fish PDF
Density-dependent processes in the life history of fishes 
Fisheries assessment: synthesis of approaches 

 Locations of visitors to this page

Contact: Dr Kai Lorenzen, School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida, 7922 NW 71st St., Gainesville, FL 32653, USA

Disclaimer: Research pages maintained by members of the Lorenzen Lab. Follow this link for the official home page of the University of Florida.