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Name: Kane, Andrew
Title: Associate Professor of Environmental and Global Health
Organization: Environmental Global Health
Education: PhD, Aquatic Pathobiology, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, 1993
Office Address: UF Aquatic Pathobiology Lab Building 471 MOWRY RD Gainesville, FL 32611
Email: kane@ufl.edu
Telephone: 352-273-9090


Andy Kane is an associate professor of environmental and global health at the University of Florida's College of Public Health and Health Professions in Gainesville, and is also the director of the University of Florida's Aquatic Pathobiology Laboratory. Dr. Kane's primary focus is on low-level contaminant and pathogen exposure effects on fish, but also includes research and outreach efforts that link environmental and public health.

Keywords: Aquatic Pathology; Aquatic Toxicology; Behavioral Toxicology; Mycobacteriosis; Aquatic Microbiology; Fish Health; Aquaculture; Water Biology; Computer-based outreach

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Aquatic BiologyFish
Aquatic ChemistryMicrobes
ClimateToxicology
EcologyAquatic Biology, other
Education/CommunicationFreshwater chemistry
Geology/SoilsMarine Chemistry
Social/Cultural/InstitutionalAquatic Chemistry, other
SustainabilityClimate variability/change
Water QualityBiodiversity
Water Resource ManagementEcological indicators
Ecosystem services
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Invasive/nuisance species
Lake ecology
Marine ecology
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K-12 Education
Science/Environmental education
Education/Communication, other
Aquifer properties
Community Based Approaches
Interdisciplinary Research
International Issues
Participatory research/approaches
Public engagement
Water Footprint
Sustainability, other
Drinking Water Quality
Marine pollution
Nonpoint source pollution
Nutrient Management
Point source pollution
Water quality-pharmaceuticals
Aquaculture