Dr. Kumar Mahadevan

Title: President Emeritus & Senior Scientist

Phone: 941-388-2580

Dr. Mahadevan joined Mote Marine Laboratory in 1978 as a senior scientist. He became CEO in 1986 when the Laboratory's annual budget was $2 million with 58 staff and 68 volunteers. In May 2013, Dr. Mahadevan officially retired as CEO, transitioning to President Emeritus status and assuming a new role as ambassador and advocate for Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium. By the time he stepped down, the Lab included a 10.5-acre campus on City Island, Sarasota, and included the popular Aquarium at Mote Marine Laboratory, which is one of the most-visited attractions in Southwest Florida. The Lab’s annual operating budget was nearly $20 million and there were 192 staff members, including 31 Ph.D.-level scientists who are leaders in their fields. The Lab’s estimated economic impact to the community is in excess of $70 million. Mote also has six additional campuses including a 200-acre Aquaculture Park in eastern Sarasota County, a research field station on Pine Island in Charlotte Harbor, satellite offices in Punta Gorda and Boca Grande, a Tropical Research Laboratory on Summerland Key in the Florida Keys, and a second public outreach exhibit dedicated to coral reefs in the Eco-Discovery Center in Key West. He was the Lab's longest-serving leader since it was created as a one-woman research laboratory in 1955 by Dr. Eugenie Clark.



Dr. Mahadevan is a benthic ecologist by training with specific research interests in the investigation of man-induced ecological disturbances.  His studies world wide have addressed a diverse array of topics, such as:  effects of deep-water munitions dumps in the North Atlantic abyssal plain; effects of power generation facilities in Southwest Florida waters; sewage induced impacts in estuarine biota; baseline investigations of offshore continental shelf benthos in relation to oil drilling operations; studies of woodborers and fisheries in the Bay of Bengal, effects of oil refinery effluents in the Persian Gulf; and physiological studies of Arctic (Point Barrow) benthic fauna.


Career Positions

President and CEO, Mote Marine Laboratory, 1986-2013 
Interim co-Director, Mote Marine Laboratory, 1983-1984
Director, Environmental Assessment Division, Mote Marine Laboratory 1979-1985
Senior Scientist, Mote Marine Laboratory, 1978-Present 
Senior Marine Scientist, Conservation Consultants, Inc., 1975-1978 
Graduate Research Assistant, Oceanography, Florida State University, 1971-1975 
Chemistry Instructor, Chingleput Medical College, India, 1970-1971 
Chemistry Instructor, Lakshman's College, India, 1969-1970

Education

Ph.D. (Biological Oceanography), Florida State University; 1977

M.S. (Marine Biology), Annamalai University, India; 1971

B.S. (Chemistry), Madras University, India; 1967

Awards

Honors, Appointments, Memberships (partial list)

  • Association of Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean, Member 1985-Present, President 1988
  • Deep Sea Biological Society, Honorary Member since 1972
  • National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, Board Member, 2006-2012
  • The Explorers Club, Fellow National 2003-Present
  • Florida Governor's Ocean Committee, Member 1998-1999
  • Florida Ocean Alliance, Vice-Chair, 2001-2011,Charter and Executive Committee Member 2001-Present
  • Gulf of Mexico Regional Marine Research Program Board, Vice-Chair, 1992-1996
  • Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies, Advisory Board, Charter Member 2001-2013, Founding Honorary Board Member 2013-Present
  • National Association of Marine Laboratories, Charter Member 1991-2013, President 1994-1995, Emeritus Member 2013- Present
  • National Merit Scholar in Marine Biology, India 1969-1971
  • Rotary Club of Sarasota, Florida, Member 1996-present
  • Sarasota County Science and Environment Council, Charter Member since 2000, Chairman 2003-2006
  • Sigma XI Society, Member since 1974
  • Southern Association of Marine Laboratories, Charter Member 1985-2013, Emeritus Member 2013-Present,  President 1990, Treasurer 1996-2012
  • Member, Board of Directors, Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, 2005-2013
  • Florida Coastal Ocean Observing System (COOS) Consortium, Chairman 1996-1997, Member, 1997- Present
  • Mote Scientific Foundation, Trustee, 1999-Present
  • Siesta Key Festival Board, Member, Board of Directors, 2011- Present

Also listed in: 

  • Who's Who in the World, 11th Edition
  • Who's Who in Science and Engineering 1st Edition
  • Who's Who in America, 46th Edition
  • Who's Who in Technology Today, 4th Edition
  • American Men and Women of Science



Publications

2010  Mote Marine Laboratory — exploring the secrets  of the sea since 1955.  Gulf of Mexico Science 28(1-2):180-199.

1991   Evaluation of long-term studies of the benthic community in the vicinity of Big Bend, Tampa Bay, (co-authored with J.R. Leverone, J.K. Culter, J.S. Sprinkel and M.R. Milligan).  Pp. 219‑236.  In:  Treat, S.F. and P.A. Clark (eds.). Proceedings, Tampa BASIS 2, February 27 – March 1, 1991, Tampa, Florida.  Tampa, FL: TEXT.  528 p.

1991   Comparison of benthic macroinfauna between natural and planted areas from Tampa Bay, (co-authored with J.K. Culter, M.R. Milligan and J.R. Leverone). Pp. 193-216.   In:  Treat, S.F. and P.A. Clark (eds.). Proceedings, Tampa BASIS 2, February 27 – March 1, 1991, Tampa, FL: TEXT.  528 p.


1989   Heavy industry of Tampa and Sarasota bays, (co-authored with T.D. Phillips, S.B. Tippin and R.D. Garrity).  Pp. 157-170.  In:  Estevez, E.D. (ed.).  Tampa and Sarasota Bays:  Issues, Resources, Status, and Management. Proceedings of the NOAA Estuary-of-the-Month Seminar Series No. 11, December 10, 1987, Washington, D.C.  Washington, DC: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  215 p.

1988   Fine mesh screens:  A new approach to preventing entrainment, (co-authored with D. Bruzek, V. Bruggemeyer and E.P. Taft),  Pp. 315-347.  In:  Mahadevan, S., R. Evans, T. Biffar, P. Behrens and L. Olsen (eds.).  Proceedings of the Southeastern Workshop on Aquatic Ecological Effects of Power Generation, December 1986, Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, Florida.  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 124.  vi, 546 p.


1987   Southwest Florida Coastal Research Center:  A cooperative effort in solving estuarine management issues, (co-authored with R. Evans). [Abstract].  In:  Estuarine Research Federation.  Abstracts of Papers for the 9th Biennial International Estuarine Research Conference, October 25-29, Clarion Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana.  New Orleans: Estuarine Research Federation. 46 p.

1987    Growth of the snook (Centropomus undecimalis) in different salinities and with various commercially-available formulated diets [Abstract].  51st Annual Meeting of the Florida Academy of Sciences, March 26-28, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida.  Florida Scientist 50(Suppl. 1):14.

1980   Ecological effects of power plants in Hillsborough Bay [Abstract].  In:  Yousef, Y.A. (ed.). Urban Stormwater and Combined Sewer Overflow - Impact on Receiving Water Bodies, Proceedings of the National Conference, Orlando, Florida November 26-28, 1979.  Cincinnati, OH: Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory. EPA Research Report Series, EPA 600/9-80-056. viii, 664 p. 

1976   Some methodologies and problems associated with assessment and impact of power plant cooling water systems on estuaries, (co-authored with R.D. Garrity).  Environmental Impact News 2:7‑10.


1974   The effects of hydrostatic pressure on living aquatic organisms v.  Eurybiotic environmental capacity as a factor in high pressure tolerance, (co-authored with R.J. Menzies). Internationale Revue der Gesamten 59(2):199‑205.


1974   The effects of hydrostatic pressure use on living aquatic organisms vi. Organic complexity and pressure sensitivity.  Internationale Revue der  Gesamten Hydrobiologie 59(2):206‑212.  



1974   The effects of hydrostatic pressure on living aquatic organisms vii.  Size and pressure effects.  Internationale Revue der Gesamten Hydrobiologie 59(2):213‑218.


Reports (partial list)


1988    Proceedings of the Southeastern Workshop on Aquatic Ecological Effects of Power Generation, December 1986, Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, Florida, (co-edited with R. Evans, T. Biffar, P. Behrens and L. Olsen).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 124.  vi, 546 p.

1987   Fine Mesh Screen (FMS) Optimization Study:  Final Report, (co-authored with J. Gorzelany).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 115.  56 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.     

1987   Analysis for foam potential in cooling tower water, (co-authored with J. Gorzelany).  Submitted to Florida Power Corporation, St. Petersburg, Florida.


1986    A Study of the Thermal Effects on Benthic Communities in the Vicinity of Big Bend, Tampa Bay, (co-authored with J. Leverone, J. Culter and M. Milligan).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 99.  xi, 176 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.

1986    Entrainment and Impingement Monitoring Program P.L. Bartow Power Plant: Final Report, (S. Mahadevan, ed.).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory. Mote Technical Report No. 101a.  iv, 68 p.  Submitted to Florida Power Corporation, St. Petersburg, Florida.


1985   Soft bottom biology.  Vol. 3, Section 7.  In:  Minerals Management Service.  Southwest Florida Shelf Ecosystems Studies-Year 2 Final Report.  7 Vols.  Submitted to Continental Shelf Associates, Jupiter, Florida.  Prepared for the Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, OCS Region, Metairie, Louisiana.  

1985   Baseline Benthic Infaunal Studies at Big Bend, Tampa Bay (1981‑1984), (S. Mahadevan, ed.).  54 p. + Appendices.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1985  Benthic infauna.  Section 6.2, 110 p.  In: Florida Power Corporation.  Crystal River Units 1, 2 and 3, ‘316 Demonstration’:  Final Report.  2 Vols. Submitted to Florida Power Corporation, St. Petersburg, Florida.   



1985   Aquatic ecological studies at Crystal River, (S. Mahadevan, ed.). Sections 6‑9, 467 p.  In:  Florida Power Corporation.  Crystal River Units 1, 2 and 3, ‘316 Demonstration’:  Final Report. 2 Vols.  Submitted to Florida Power Corporation, St. Petersburg, Florida.


1984   A Review and Annotated Bibliography of Benthic Studies in the Coastal and Estuarine Areas of Florida with a Selected Compilation of Worldwide Benthic Methodological References and Southeastern United States Benthic Taxonomic References, (co-authored with J. Sprinkel, D. Heatwole and D.H. Wooding).  Sea Grant Report No. SGR‑66.  iv, 576 p.  Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College Program. 

1983    A Baseline Survey of Benthic Communities at Big Bend, Tampa Bay (Florida): Annual Report 2 Covering the Period August 1982 through July 1983, (co-authored with J.K. Culter).  47 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa Florida.  

1983   Proposed Revisions to Plan of Study (POS), Crystal River Units 1, 2 and 3 NPDES 316; Ecological Monitoring Program; Florida Power Corporation August 1979, Resubmitted October 1982.  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 60.  205 p.  Submitted to Florida Power Corporation, St. Petersburg, Florida. 


1982    Marine Sampling and Measurement Program off Northern Pinellas County Florida:  A Technical Report, (S. Mahadevan, ed.).  Submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, Georgia.  EPA 904/9-82-102. 2 Vols.


1982    Benthic macrofauna and sediment studies, (co-authored with J.K. Culter, R. Yarbrough and M. Gallo).  Vol. 2, Chapter 10, Pp 415-502.  In:  Mahadevan, S. (ed.). Marine Sampling and Measurement Program off Northern Pinellas County Florida:  A Technical Report.  Submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, Georgia.  EPA 904/9-82-102.  2 Vols.


1982   Soft Bottom Biology Southwest Florida Shelf Ecosystem Study:  Draft Final Report Year 01 (1980-1981), (co-authored with J.K. Culter, J.R. Leverone, E.D. Estevez, W.L. Dovel and G.S. Comp).  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 48.   iv, 181 p.  Submitted to Continental Shelf Associates, Jupiter, Florida. Prepared for the Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, OCS Region, Metairie, Louisiana.  Published as, Soft bottom biota, Vol. 2, Chapter 10, 104 p.  In: Minerals Management Service.  Southwest Florida Shelf Ecosystem Study-Year 1Final Report.  4 Vols.  

1982   Aquatic Ecological Studies in Lower Tampa Bay.  A technical report submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.

1982   Surface Water Quality Studies in Lower Tampa Bay.  A technical report submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.

1982   A Baseline Survey of Benthic Communities at Big Bend, Tampa Bay (Florida):  Annual Report No. 1 Covering the Period August 1981 through July 1982, (co-authored with J.K. Culter and D.W. Heatwole).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 47.  iii, 45 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1982   Benthic Studies of the Lower Manatee River.  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 46.  v, 54 p. Submitted to Manatee County Materials and Service Department, Bradenton, Florida.


1981   A Dye Dispersion and Movement Study off Northern Pinellas County, Florida, Vol. 3, (S. Mahadevan, ed.).  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 44.  v, 42 p.  Submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, Georgia.  EPA 904/6‑84‑120.


1981    A Dye Release Study in the Proposed Organism Return Canal at Big Bend Station, (W.H. Taft III and S. Mahadevan, eds.).   Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 41.  iv, 61 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1981   A Study of Benthic Fauna of Sandy Beaches and Nearshore Areas of Panama City, Florida: Draft Technical Report, (co-authored with J.K. Culter).  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 34.  v, 77 p.  Submitted to the U.S. Army Coastal Engineering Research Center, Fort Belvoir, Virginia.  Published in 1982 as:  Long-term Effects of Beach Nourishment on the Benthic Fauna of Panama City Beach, Florida.  USACE Miscellaneous Report No. 82‑2.  94 p.

1981   A Preliminary Survey of Meteorological, Hydrographical and Water Quality Conditions in Clearwater Harbor - St. Josephs Sound, Florida, (co-authored with E.D. Estevez, K.D. Dickinson, G.W. Patton and G.S. Comp).  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 33.  v, 42 p.  Submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, Georgia.     

1981   A Preliminary Assessment of the Effects of Treated Sewer Discharge on Benthic Infaunal Communities of Whitaker Bayou and Adjoining Sarasota Bay (Sarasota, Florida),  (co-authored with J.K. Culter, R.H. Blanchet, J.R. Leverone et al).  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory. Mote Technical Report No. 32.  vii,  68 p.  Submitted to the Coastal Zone Management Department, County of Sarasota, Florida. 


1980    Species Composition and Relative Abundance of Meroplankton in the Vicinity of the Big Bend Power Plant, (S. Mahadevan, ed.).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 29.  iii, 34 p. Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1980    Studies of the West Indian Manatee (Trichechus manatus) in Tampa Bay (Florida): Big Bend Unit 4, (S. Mahadevan, ed.).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 28.   vii, 68 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1980   A Study of Thermal Effects on Benthic Communities of Big Bend, Tampa Bay (Florida), (co-authored with J.K. Culter and R. Yarbrough).  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 24.  vi, 154 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1980   Prototype Fine Mesh Screen Evaluation, Biological and Water Quality Studies - Facilities and Procedures:  Final Report.  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 18.  iii, 25 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1980   A Biological and Water Quality Evaluation of a Proposed Organism Return Canal at Big Bend, Tampa Bay, Florida, (co-authored with R.H. Blanchet, G.W. Patton, G.S. Comp and K.D. Dickinson).  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 17.  viii, 81 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.

1980   Prototype Fine Mesh Screen Evaluation, Biological and Water Quality Studies - Facilities and Procedures:  Final Report, (co-authored with G.W. Patton).  Sarasota, FL:  Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No.18.  iii, 25 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1980    A Study of the Biological Characteristics of Saltwater Settling Pond Discharge at the Big Bend Power Plant, Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida, (co-authored with G.S. Comp and T.D. Phillips).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 16.  v, 35 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1980    1979 Aquatic Ecology Program Big Bend Station-Unit 4: Final Report. (S. Mahadevan, ed.).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 15.   viii, 142 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.   


1979    A Review and Evaluation of the ‘316 Demonstration’ (Volume IV-Benthos) by Florida Power Corporation on the Anclote Generating Unit No. 1.  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 13.  viii, 72 p.  Submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, Georgia.


1979    1979 Aquatic Ecology Studies Second Quarterly Report Covering June 5, 1979 – August 14, 1979:  Big Bend Station-Unit 4.  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 12a.  ii, 10 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1979    1979 Aquatic Ecology Studies First Quarterly Report Covering February 27, 1979 – May 25, 1979:  Big Bend Station-Unit 4.  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 12.  ii, 41 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, FL. 


1979 A Study of Sieve (Screen Mesh-opening) Size Effects on Benthic Fauna Collected from Anclote Anchorage, (co-authored with G.W. Patton).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 11.  vii, 28 p.  Submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, Georgia.  .


1978    A Continued Study on the Benthic Infauna of Big Bend, Tampa Bay (Florida),  (co-authored with J.K. Culter).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 10.  vii, 91 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida. 


1977    Benthic studies, (co-authored with R.A. Lotspeich and L.H. Byrd).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 8.  ii, 251 p.  In: Ecological Studies at Big Bend Tampa, Florida: Twenty-sixth Quarterly Report Covering 1 October 1976 – 31 December 1976.  Vol. 7, No. 2, Pp. 139-390.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.   


1977    Ecological Studies at Big Bend Steam Electric Station: An Analysis and Summary of Studies on the Effects of the Cooling Water System on Aquatic Fauna – A’ 316 Demonstration’ Biological Study,  (R.D. Garrity, W.J. Tiffany III, and S. Mahadevan, eds.).  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida. 


1977    A summary and overview of the ‘316 Demonstration’ biological study at Big Bend, Tampa Bay (Florida), (co-authored with R.D. Garrity).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 7.  iv, 29 p.  In:  Garrity, R.D., W.J. Tiffany III and S. Mahadevan (eds.).  Ecological Studies at Big Bend Steam Electric Station: An Analysis and Summary of Studies on the Effects of the Cooling Water System on Aquatic Fauna - A ‘316 Demonstration’ Biological Study.  Vol. 3, Chapter 9.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida. 


1977    Study of the effects of thermal discharge on benthic infaunal community structure at Big Bend, Tampa (Florida), (co-authored with J.B. Murdoch, F.S. Reeves, J.K. Culter, R.A. Lotspeich and J.D. Murdoch).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 7a.  xv, 189 p.  In:  Garrity, R.D., W.J. Tiffany III and S.  Mahadevan (eds.).  Ecological Studies at Big Bend Steam Electric Station: An Analysis and Summary of Studies on the Effects of the Cooling Water System on Aquatic Fauna - A ‘316 Demonstration’ Biological Study. Vol. 2, Chapter 4. Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida. 


1977    A Study on the Recovery of Benthic Infauna at Apollo Beach Embayment Following a Silt-spill and Subsequent Dredging: Final Report, (co-authored with J.D. Murdoch).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 6.  v, 37 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida. 


1977    A Biological Study of the Big Bend Breakwater Structure: Final Report.  Appendix to ‘316 Demonstration’, Vol. 4, (co-authored with J.K. Culter).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 5.  iv, 28 p.    Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.   


1976    Benthic fauna.  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 4a.  xiv, 92 p.  In:  Garrity, R.D. (ed.)  Ecological Studies at Beacon Key, Tampa Bay, Florida:  Twenty-third Quarterly Report (Vol. 6 No. 3) Covering the Period from 1 January 1976 – 31 March 1976.  Chapter 4, Pp. 18-61.   Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida.


1976     A Study on the Effects of Silt-spill and Subsequent Dredging on Benthic Infauna at Apollo Beach Embayment, (co-authored with J.K. Culter, S. Hoover, J. Murdoch, F. Reeves and R. Schulze).  Sarasota, FL: Mote Marine Laboratory.  Mote Technical Report No. 3.  v, 58 p.  Submitted to Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida. 

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