(Underlined names are students, * are undergraduates, † are postdocs)


  • Boucek, R.E., A.A. Trotter, D.A. Blewett, J.L. Ritch, R. Santos†, P.W. Stevens, J.A. Massie, and J.S. Rehage. 2019. Contrasting river migrations of Common Snook between two Florida rivers using acoustic telemetry. Fisheries Research.

  • Adams, A.J., J.S. Rehage and S.J. Cooke. 2018. A multi-methods approach supports the effective management and conservation of coastal marine recreational flats fisheries. Environmental Biology of Fishes.

  • Santos, R.O., R. Schinbeckler*, N. Viadero, M.F. Larkin, J.J. Rennert, J.M. Shenker and J.S. Rehage. 2019. Linking bonefish (Albula vulpes) populations to nearshore estuarine habitats using an otolith microchemistry approach. Environmental Biology of Fishes DOI: 10.1007/s10641-018-0839-7

  • Kroloff, E, JT Heinen, KN Braddock, JS Rehage, RO Santos†. 2018. Understanding the decline of catch-and-release fishery with angler knowledge: a key informant approach applied to South Florida bonefish. Environmental Biology of Fishes.

  • Brownscombe, JW, AJ Danylchuk, AJ Adams, B Black, R Boucek, M Power, JS Rehage, RO Santos†, RW Fisher, B Horn, CR Haak, S Morton, J Hunt, R Ahrens, MS Allen, J Shenker, SJ Cooke. 2018. Bonefish in South Florida: status, threats and research needs. Environmental Biology of Fishes.

  • Santos, RO†, JS Rehage, E Kroloff, A Adam, JE Osborne. 2017. Quantitative assessment of a data-limited recreational bonefish fishery using a timeseries of fishing guides reports. PLoS ONE 12: e0184776.

  • Boucek, RE, Heithaus MR, Santos RO†, Stevens P, Rehage JS. 2017. Can animal habitat use patterns influence their vulnerability to extreme climate events? An estuarine sportfish case study. Global Change Biology 23:4045-4057.

  • Matich, P., J.S. Ault, R.E. Boucek, D.R. Bryan, K.R. Gastrich, C.L Harvey, M.R. Heithaus, j.j. Kiszka, V. Paz, J.S. Rehage & A.E. Rosenblatt. 2017. Ecological niche partitioning within a large predator guild in a nutrient-limited estuary. Limnology and oceanography.

  • Santos, R.A.†, R.E. Boucek & Rehage, J.S. 2016. Shift in recreational fishing catches as a function of an extreme cold event. Ecosphere.

  • Rehage, J.S., J.A. Blanchard & R.E. Boucek. 2016. Knocking back invasions: the effect of an extreme cold events on nonnative Everglades fishes. Ecosphere.

  • Stevens, P.W., D.A. Blewett, R.E. Boucek, J.S. Rehage, B.L. Winner, J.M. Young, & J.A. Whittington.  In review. Variation in population resiliency following a severe cold event for a tropical sport fish, Common Snook Centropomus undecimalis, in southern Florida. Ecosphere.

  • Edwards, C.L., J.S. Rehage & J.E. Heinen. In review. Perspectives of recreational Anglers on mercury advisories in the Florida Everglades. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

  • Edwards, C.L., J.E. Heinen & J.S. Rehage. In press. Recreational angler perspectives on nonnative fish species. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.

  • Rehage, J.S., D.P. Lopez, M. Anderson* & J.J. Serafy. 2015. On the mismatch between salinity tolerance and preference for an invasive fish: a case for incorporating behavioral data into niche modeling. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.

  • Rehage, J.S., R.E. Boucek & J.A. Lee. 2015. Mangrove habitat use by resident vs. migrant sportfishes in the coastal Everglades. Proceedings of the 2nd Mangroves as Fish Habitat meeting. Special Publication of the American Fisheries Society.

  • Boucek, R.E. &J.S. Rehage. 2015. Effects of an episodic drought on a floodplain subsidy consumed by mangrove river fishes. Proceedings of the 2nd Mangroves as Fish Habitat Meeting. Special Publication of the American Fisheries Society.

  • Boucek, R.E. & J.S. Rehage. 2014. Exotic foods: examining the effectiveness of consumer diet sampling as a nonnative early detection tool in a subtropical estuary. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143:489-494. DOI: 10.1080/00028487.2013.862180.

  • Rehage, J.S., A. Saha†, M. Cook, R.E. Boucek, E. Cline & M. Kobza. 2013. Turning passive detection systems into field experiments: an application using wetland fishes and enclosures to track fine-scale movement and habitat choice. Acta Ethologica 17: 53-61. DOI 10.1007/s10211-013-0154-4.

  • Boucek, R.E. & J.S. Rehage. 2013. A tale of two fish: using recreational angler records to examine the link between fish catches and freshwater inflows in a subtropical mangrove estuary. Estuaries & Coasts 32: 37-53. DOI 10.1007/s12237-013-9710-4.

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  • Kline, J.L., W.F. Loftus, K. Kotun, J.C. Trexler, J.S. Rehage, J.J. Lorenz & M. Robinson. 2014. Recent fish introductions into Everglades National Park: An unforeseen consequence of water-management? Wetlands. DOI 10.1007/s13157-012-0362-0.

  • McCarthy, L.M., W.F. Loftus & J.S. Rehage. 2012. Segregation of palaemonid shrimp along an Everglades estuarine gradient: Do multiple species have similar trophic function? Bulletin of Marine Science 88: 843-861. DOI:

  • Gandy, D.A., J.S. Rehage, J.W. Munyon, K.B. Gestring & J.I. Galvez. 2012. Canals as vectors for fish movement: potential southward range expansion of Lepisosteus osseus L. (Longnose Gar) in South Florida. Southeastern Naturalist 11: 253-262.

  • Lopez, D.P., A.A. Jungman* & J.S. Rehage. 2012. Nonnative African jewelfish are more fit but not bolder at the invasion front: a trait comparison across an Everglades range expansion. Biological Invasions 14: 2159-2174.

  • Porter-Whitaker, A., J.S. Rehage, W.F. Loftus, & S.E. Liston. 2012. Multiple predator effects & native prey responses to two non-native Everglades cichlids. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 21: 375-385.

  • Dunlop, K.L. & J.S. Rehage. 2011. Antipredator behavior and cue recognition of multiple Everglades prey to a novel cichlid predator. Behaviour 148: 795-823.

  • Sih, A., D.I. Bolnick, B. Luttbeg, J.L. Orrock, S.D. Peacor, L.M. Pintor, E. Preisser, J.S. Rehage, & J.R. Vonesh. 2010. Predator-prey naiveté, antipredator behavior & the ecology of predator invasions. Oikos 119: 610-621.

  • Rehage, J.S., K.L. Dunlop, & W.F. Loftus. 2009. Antipredator responses by native mosquitofish to non-native cichlids: an examination of the role of prey naiveté. Ethology 115: 1-11.

  • Rehage, J.S. & W.F. Loftus. 2007. Seasonal fish community variation in mangrove creeks in the southwestern Everglades: an examination of their role as dry-down refuges. Bulletin of Marine Science. 80: 625–645.

  • Rehage, J.S. & J.C. Trexler. 2006. Assessing the net effect of anthropogenic disturbance on aquatic communities in wetlands: Community structure relative to distance from canals. Hydrobiologia 569: 359-373.

  • Rehage, J.S., B.K. Barnett* & A. Sih. 2005. Foraging behavior & invasiveness: Do invasive Gambusia exhibit higher feeding rates & broader diets than their non-invasive relatives? Ecology of Freshwater Fish 14: 352-360.

  • Rehage, J.S., B.K. Barnett* & A. Sih. 2005. Behavioral responses to a novel predator & competitor of invasive mosquitofish & their non-invasive relatives (Gambusia sp.). Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 57: 256-266.

  • Rehage, J.S. & A. Sih. 2004. Dispersal behavior, boldness & the link to invasiveness: A comparison of four Gambusia species. Biological Invasions 6: 379-391.

  • Rehage, J.S., S.G. Lynn, J.I. Hammond, B.D. Palmer & A. Sih. 2002. Effects of larval exposure to Triphenyltin on the survival, growth, & behavior of larval & juvenile Ambystoma barbouri. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 21: 807-815.


Book Chapters

  • Rehage, J.S., J. Cote & A. Sih. In press. The role of dispersal behaviour and personality in post-establishment spread. In Weis, J. and D. Sol, Biological Invasions and Animal Behaviour. Cambridge Press.


Book Reviews

  • Rehage, J.S. 2014. Book review, Biological Conservation. Behavioral responses to a changing world (edited by U. Candolin & B.B.M Wong), Oxford Press.