Eduardo is broadly interested in the population and movement ecology of freshwater fishes, including anadromous species, in temperate and tropical rivers. The research projects he is currently working on address fundamental questions related to fish movements (i.e. when, where, why, and how to move, and who moves), and applied questions related to the impacts of local (e.g. dams) and global (e.g. climate change) environmental changes and other stressors on fish movements and population dynamics. Study species include sockeye salmon, bull trout, arapaima, arowana, redtail catfish and goliath catfish. In the Moore Lab, he investigated the effects of cumulative stressors and management actions on the viability of Fraser River sockeye salmon populations.





Dr. Eduardo Martins