Dr. Frank Mazzotti

Host Researcher, Herpetology

Dr. Frank Mazzotti is an assistant extension scientist for the Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences at the University of Florida. Mazzotti has extensive teaching experience and conducted crocodile research with Student and Teacher Argonauts in the Florida Everglades during Part I of this year's JASON Project. He has been studying crocodiles for 18 years. Mazzotti's specific area of interest are wetlands ecology, conservation planning and the impact of human activities on fish and wildlife resources in the southeastern United States.

He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences from John Hopkins University in 1971, his Master's of Science degree in biology from the University of Miami in 1981, and his Ph.D. in ecology from Pennsylvania State University in 1983.

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