RECOVER featured in Florida Sport Fishing

Cover the May/June edition of Florida Sport Fishing magazine, where RECOVER published an editorial

If you have seen the newsstands as of late, you may have noticed RECOVER! In the May/June edition of Florida Sport Fishing magazine, RECOVER lead PI Dr. Martin Grosell and University of Miami Rosenstiel School Ph.D. student Lela Schlenker, contributed to the magazine’s editorial section. Dr. Grosell and Lela co-authored a feature where they discuss RECOVER’s research mission – understanding the negative impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on two fish species common to the readers of the publication – mahi-mahi and red drum – mahi-mahi biology, our upcoming research cruise, and much more!

Inside the May/June edition

Florida Sport Fishing is a multimedia publication with print and digital copies of their magazine released bi-monthly, a YouTube channel including video tutorials, and a nationally aired segment on the Sunday edition of FOX Sports. With a readership of over 100,000 people from South Florida to the Gulf states and beyond, Florida Sport Fishing is the go-to read for anglers of all levels, provides a plethora of information on fishing gear and boating, and more. All of their content is created by anglers for anglers.

Bird’s eye view of mahi-mahi in a behavioral arena. Both tagged and untagged fish’s behaviors were observed to research the impact of PSATs on their group behavior.

Thank you very much to Florida Sport Fishing for featuring our research. We are honored and excited to share what we have learned with your readers. To learn more about Florida Sports Magazine, check out their website, and social media (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) handles.

RECOVER member, Dr. John Stieglitz, releasing a tagged mahi-mahi from the dive platform of the stern of the University of Miami Rosenstiel School’s R/V Walton Smith.