Dr. Frank Mazzotti
Dr. Mazzotti's area of interest include conservation planning, endangered species, impacts of human activities on fish and wildlife resources,landscape ecology, and environmental education.
University of Florida's "Croc Docs" are a team of biologists, ecological modelers, and outreach specialists on the forefront of wildlife research in south Florida and the Caribbean. We conduct long-term, applied research and monitoring focused on crocodilians, invasive reptiles, threatened and endangered species, climate change, and human dimensions. In collaboration with federal, state, local, and tribal agencies, we respond to pressing wildlife management needs and provide scientific support for Everglades restoration.
PhD. 1983 Ecology, Pennsylvania State University
M.S. 1981 Biology, University of Miami
B.A. 1971 Social and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins University