Food Web Ecology in a Changing World
The Rosenblatt Lab


Adam Rosenblatt

Adam E. Rosenblatt

Faculty Bio Page

Personal website

I grew up in Philadelphia, went to college in Ohio, got my PhD in Miami, did a postdoc in Connecticut, and worked at the U.S. Department of Energy. Currently I'm an assistant professor of biology at the University of North Florida. I've done ecology research all over the world on an eclectic array of species: tree swallows in Ohio; sharks, turtles, and stingrays in Australia; manatees in Belize; humpback whales in Hawai'i; dolphins in New Zealand; sharks and alligators in Florida; black caiman in Guyana; and spiders and grasshoppers in Connecticut.

My main research interests are 1) investigating the roles that large predators play in determining the structure and function of ecosystems and 2) investigating the potential effects of climate change and land use change on ecosystem and food web dynamics. Currently I am developing my research program at the University of North Florida with a focus on alligators, sea turtles, and grasshoppers. I also actively collaborate with a black caiman research project based in Yupukari, Guyana.

I enjoy discussing my research and broader topics like climate change with the public, and I am available for speaking engagements. Feel free to get in touch with me using my contact info. I am also a consultant for the entertainment industry through The Science and Entertainment Exchange.

Brittany Byrd

Brittany completed her undergraduate degree at UNF and is now working toward her master's degree here as well. Her research aims to understand the factors that lead to false crawling behavior in nesting sea turtles on Jekyll Island, GA and St. Augustine Beach, FL.

Robert Greco

Bobby completed his undergraduate work at UConn and is now pursuing his master’s degree at UNF. His research focuses on developing an updated population assessment for the threatened American crocodile in the Dominican Republic.

Madison Wallwork

Madison completed her undergraduate work at UNF and is also pursuing her master’s degree at UNF. She is studying how alligator nest predation is affected by proximity to people.

Lab alums

Master’s students

Eli Beal

Marisa Spain

Undergraduate students

Victoria Baglin (South Georgia State College)

Kaileen Boccio

Nick Burgess

Katie Couch

Manny Diaz

Morgan Golden-Ebanks

Alyssa Johnson

Faith Kruis

Courtney LaNasa

Keely Lardizabal

Morgan Medus

Giuliana Montelongo

Molly O’Brien

Alejandro Preciado

Amir Razavipour

Kiley Robertson

Manija Sidiqi

Cailla Strobel

Mason Thackston

Sarah Tharpe

Juleona Villanueva

Madison Wallwork

Dannielle Waugh (University of Central Florida)