Assistant Professor, Fisheries and Aquaculture Governance
Florida SeaGrant Affiliate Faculty
Ed Camp is an applied, interdisciplinary and quantitative scientist who works to promote more desirable outcomes of fisheries and aquatic systems. His extension and research focuses on the interconnected ecological, socioeconomic and governance dynamics that influence value, market activity, ecosystem function and ultimately stakeholder quality of life.
Topically this work ranges from recreational fisheries to production scale aquaculture and in scope from local to international. He is especially interested in cooperating with management agencies and other stakeholders to develop novel, spatially explicit approaches for governing fish resources, as well as working across disciplines to develop the quantitative tools needed to better evaluate actions affecting fisheries and aquaculture systems.