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Mathew Denton

Mathew is a Biologist at the USGS Wetland and Aquatic Research Center whose interests include population ecology, animal behavior, and conservation biology.

His research working with crocodilians, sea turtles, and other species utilizes a multidisciplinary approach including radio/gps telemetry, mark recapture studies, and stable isotope analysis. Research has taken him from Costa Rica to the U.S. Virgin Islands, with over 10 years' experience conducting research in the coastal areas of South Florida.

Before his employment with the USGS, Mathew spent 4.5 years as a wildlife technician for the University of Florida, working with several reptile and amphibian species within the Greater Everglades. 

Education and Certifications

  • M.S., Environmental Sciences, Florida Atlantic University, 2014

    B.S., Biology/Ecology, Florida Atlantic University, 2005

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