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UNF Limnology Students perform field work at Lake Oneida.
Salt marsh
Oyster beds
Students and professor working with a Benthic tray
gator hatchling
entire class crossing florida creek
Two Herons

Adam Rosenblatt

Adam Rosenblatt Headshot


Faculty Bio



Assistant Professor

Phone: (904) 620-1850

Office: Building 59/1306


Research Interests

Community ecology, food webs, crocodilian ecology and behavior, climate change ecology


Areas of Expertise

Community Ecology, Food Webs, Crocodilian Ecology and Behavior, Climate Change Ecology


Teaching responsibilities include: Principles of Ecology, Current Applications in Biology, Community Ecology



2016-2017: AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow

2013-2016: Postdoctoral Associate, Yale University

2007-2013: Ph.D. (Biology), Florida International University

2002-2006: B.A. (Biology with Honors, History), Oberlin College



My research program aims to understand the effects of environmental change on the functioning of ecological communities and food webs through laboratory and field-based experimentation as well as observation of nature. My current research focuses on the responses of American alligators to environmental change and how shifts in their behaviors can affect whole ecosystems. I also study arthropods in more controlled settings. My work is especially important and timely because of the many ways we humans are impacting the environment and in numerous cases damaging the natural systems on which we rely. My goal is for my research to help inform long-term regional planning and development initiatives, thereby limiting potential negative impacts on the environment and ourselves.