Rebecca Barkdoll has a degree in marine biology and brings experience in both terrestrial and aquatic environments. Her field experience includes evaluating and monitoring vegetation and wildlife habitat, surveying and mapping nuisance and exotic plant species, collecting water quality samples, and conducting permit compliance monitoring and reporting for wetland mitigation areas. Her experience in estuarine environments includes seagrass and benthic surveys, marine invertebrate inventories, and profiling using salinity, light, temperature, water sampling and sediment sampling. Rebecca has conducted gopher tortoise surveys and assisted in burrow excavations and relocations of tortoises and associate species. Additional wildlife experience includes burrowing owl surveys, bald eagle nest monitoring, Sherman live-trapping surveys for Florida mouse, Southeastern American kestrel nest surveys, Eastern Indigo snake surveys, and Florida scrub-jay nest and territory surveys.
Rebecca provides GIS support consisting of data collection, mapping, and preparation of environmental documents for a variety of transportation, mining, utilities, and mitigation projects. She has also conducted the data compilation and analysis for contamination screening evaluations, for FDOT and private lands.
Rebecca participates in the Annual Coastal Clean-up and other volunteer events throughout the year.