Andy Rodusky has a B.S. degree in biology (1990) and an M.S. degree in Aquatic Ecology (1993) from Kent State University, USA. He has been employed at the South Florida Water Management District since 1995 and is currently an Environmental Scientist. He has participated in various aspects of Lake Okeechobee research, and his primary research interests have involved Lake Okeechobee periphyton, phytoplankton and zooplankton ecology, submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) and invasive exotic emergent/SAV plant dynamics, and macroinvertebrates. He also is involved with Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Project (CERP) activities as they relate to Lake Okeechobee.
Biography Updated on 21 March 2011