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April 30 – John Hunt Science and Ecosystem Management in the Florida Keys: Recent Successes and Challenges

April 30

John Hunt is the manager of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission’s South Florida Regional Laboratory. He manages the research operations of the spiny lobster, queen conch, Keys finfish, and restoration ecology programs. John has lived in Marathon for 36+ years. He and his wife Kathy have four adult children. Three live in Marathon; one lives in Colorado. He will be discussing a range of applied science and management issues in the Florida Keys, from the science that has influenced fisheries and ecosystem management in the Dry Tortugas to coral diseases.

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Date:
April 30

Venue

Challenger Learning Center
200 South Duval Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301 United States
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