Aquatic Biology

Aquatic Biology examines the ecology, distribution, and physiology of various marine and freshwater organisms. Research topics include the ecology and distribution of invertebrate and vertebrate animals, fish physiology and parasitology, the taxonomy and systematics of aquatic organisms (such as algae, viruses, plants, and animals), and habitat monitoring.

Faculty

Dr. Alexa Alexander-Trusiak Combined effects of multiple natural and anthropogenic gradients on aquatic community assembly, diversity, and resilience
Dr. Myriam Barbeau Coastal marine ecology; population and community ecology; invertebrate zoology; applied ecology (ecological modelling, restoration, and aquaculture)
Dr. Tillmann Benfey Fish physiology and aquaculture
Dr. Rick Cunjak Fish biology and river ecology
Dr. Allen Curry Fish ecology and population dynamics
Dr. Les Cwynar Arctic-boreal plant ecology and paleoecology
Dr. Janice Lawrence Microalgal ecology and algal virology
Tommi Linnansaari  Studies related to the movements, behaviour and survival of diadromous and resident fish and development of recovery actions and new assessment tools for large salmon rivers
Dr. Steve Peake Fish exercise physiology, lake sturgeon ecology and aquaculture

Dr. Gary Saunders

Evolution and traditional/molecular systematics of marine and freshwater Protista