National Geographic Education Blog. Science Below the Surface: Transforming Ocean Learning With 360º Videos. June 2022.
Conservation Photographer Jennifer Adler on Using Photography to Teach Science. Photo District News (PDN). May/June 2019.
Nurseries Restore Staghorn Coral in the Florida Keys. The Nature Conservancy. Cool Green Science. August 2018.
National Geographic Magazine. Meet the Woman Who Dives in Our Drinking Water. Photo by Jennifer Adler, article by Daniel Stone, April 2017.
Adler, J.M. 2018. Water's Story: An interdisciplinary approach combining springs science, communications, and environmental education. PhD Dissertation.
Adler, J.M., S.C. Barry, G.R. Johnston, C.A. Jacoby, and T.K. Frazer. 2018. An aggregation of turtles in a Florida spring yields insights into effects of grazing on vegetation. Freshwater Science 37.
Johnston, G.R., J.C. Mitchell, G.A. Shemitz, P.L. Butt, and J.M Adler. 2018. Origin and Structure of a Large Aggregation of Suwannee Cooters (Pseudemys concinna suwanniensis) in a Florida Spring. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 17(1): 54-62.
Crosby S.C., A. Angermeyer, J.M. Adler, M.D. Bertness, L.A. Deegan, N. Sibinga, H.M. Leslie. 2017. Spartina alterniflora Biomass Allocation and Temperature: Implications for Salt Marsh Persistence with Sea-Level Rise. Estuaries and Coasts 40(1): 213-223.
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.
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).
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, 103 pp.
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.