Managing and conserving aquatic ecosystems:
A socio-ecological perspective and a transdisciplinary approach
I am an aquatic ecologist with broad interests in conservation ecology
and ecosystems management with an emphasis on fish and fisheries.
My research is genuinely transdisciplinary and inclusive, using
methodologies from natural, social sciences and engineering, and
collaborators from the industry and government.
I examine problems that scale from the individual (behavior) to
the landscape level, from hours to several decades.
I use several approaches, including modeling, field and lab
experiments on a variety of organisms (insects, plankton and fish)
and systems (freshwater lakes and rivers, oceans, and coral
reefs) to answer my research questions.
See research for more details!