Based within the Ocean Frontier Institute and Department of Biology at Dalhousie University, our lab conducts quantitative fisheries research across a range of marine and freshwater environments. Led by Aaron MacNeil, our group uses models, theory, and collaboration to solve applied fisheries problems around the world. Much of our research deals with management and conservation of fish and other marine animals in the face of climate change, from tropical to polar regions.
The depth and breadth of human impacts on the Great Barrier Reef has made it hard to decide what kind of shape it is in, and what we might do about it. Read more on the Nature Ecology & Evolution blog: here