National Geographic Young Explorer Grantee
National GeographicExplorer Classroom presentation (Jan 2017)
TEDxJacksonville Speaker (October 2015): Illusions: a lens into our fragile freshwater
The Nature Conservancy Photo Contest, Overall Runner-up for photo titled "Dancing at the Edge" (2016) & Guest Judge (2017)
Shortlist, Environmental Photographer of the Year Competition (June 2016) - Photo titled "Hope" on display at the Royal Geographical Society in London (29 June – 21 August)
Named one of the Top 10 Female Nature Photographers to Watchby Wild Planet Photo Magazine (2016)
Selected Photography & Writing Publications:
Scuba Diving Magazine. Diving in Dye. Currents: Sea Stories, November/December 2017.
National Geographic Magazine. Meet the Woman Who Dives in Our Drinking Water. Photo by Jennifer Adler, article by Daniel Stone, April 2017.
Adobe Blog, Sustainability and Social Impact. Jenny Adler dives into Florida's aquifers and springs to help protect them, 28 April 2017.
National Geographic Education Blog. A Quick Dip in the Aquifer. April 2017.
National Geographic. Mesmerizing Photos Reveal Hidden World of Underwater Caves. 29 March 2017.
National Geographic Education Blog. The Water Beneath Your Feet. March 2017.
Gainesville Magazine. Capturing the wonder beneath the surface. Spring 2017.
Maptia. Ojos de Agua. Spring 2017.
Maptia. Reimagining Bears. September 2016.
Discover Magazine, photos in: Barnett’s Clarity for Florida’s Springs. April 2015.
Flamingo Magazine, photo in: Pittman’s Forgotten Mermaids. Winter 2016.
Flamingo Magazine, photos in: Pittman’s The Ripple Effect: Why We Love the Florida Springs. Summer 2016.
American Water Resources Association, Nov 2016. Water Resources IMPACT., Vol 18, No 6, photos on p. 17, 32, 33.
Developing and Using an Index to Guide Water Supply Decisions.” NOAA Climate Resilience Toolkit. March 2015.
From Street View to Springs View. State of Water. March 2015.
Lenses and Love: The Art of Saving Florida’s Springs. State of Water. May 2015.
Survey shows disconnect between water research, public. University of Florida Center for Public Issues and Education (PIE) Blog Post, Feb 2015.
Author photo for Barnett’s Rain: A natural and cultural history. Crown Publishers, New York, April 2015.
University of Florida Preeminence. Photos for Wendy Graham: Mastering Florida’s Liquid Light. Spring 2015.
The Atlantic, The Atlantic's preview of the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest. Photo featured in October 2015.
Scientific Publications & Conferences:
Adler, J.M. 2011. “Belowground decomposition of the salt marsh cordgrass Spartina alterniflora along a latitudinal gradient: Implications for sea level rise.” Senior Thesis. Brown University 2011, 27 pp.
Adler, J.M., S.C. Barry, G.R. Johnston, T.K. Frazer. 2016. "Unprecedented aggregation of turtles in a Florida spring yields new insights into dietary preference and grazing rates." Poster presentation at the 2016 University of Florida Water Institute Symposium.
Cho, A.H., S.A. Johnson, C.E. Schuman, J.M. Adler, et al. 2014. Women are underrepresented on the editorial boards of journals in environmental biology and natural resource management. PeerJ 2:e542; DOI 10.7717/peerj.542.
Crosby S.C., A. Angermeyer, J.M. Adler, M.D. Bertness, L.A. Deegan, N. Sibinga, H.M. Leslie. 2016. Spartina alterniflora Biomass Allocation and Temperature: Implications for Salt Marsh Persistence with Sea-Level Rise. Estuaries and Coasts: link.
Johnston, G.R., J.C. Mitchell, J.M. Adler. 2015. An astonishing aggregation of riverine turtles in a Florida spring. Presentation at the 2015 Turtle Survival Alliance Meeting.
Price, M., J. Adler, et al. 2013. A bibliography of all known publications & reports on the Gulf sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi. U.S. Geological Survey, Southeast Ecological Science Center, Gainesville, FL, 107 pp.
Reijo, C. J., M.J. Cohen, J.M. Adler. 2014. Assessing stream ecosystem response to reduced nitrate levels using a chamber-based approach. Poster presented at the 2014 Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting (JASM).