I am a freshwater ecologist and conservation scientist exploring how anthropogenic stressors affect freshwater ecosystems and the fish, fisheries, and fishing communities they support. I use transdisciplinary approaches to integrate community perspectives alongside social, ecological, and environmental data to understand the vulnerability of these systems to environmental change and to find equitable solutions to social-ecological challenges.
Education and research positions
InFish: Global Inland Fisheries [website]
Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change AR6 WG2 [website]
The Blue Foods Assessment Group [website]
National Fisheries Resources Research Institute (NaFIRRI), Uganda [website]
Aquaculture Research and Development Centre (ARDC), Uganda [website]
Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science (QCBS) [website]
The Canadian Aquatic Resources Section (CARS) of AFS [website]
Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE) [website]
Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) [website]
Summer 2022 - Dr. Nyboer is invited to deliver a keynote address at the World Recreational Fisheries Conference in Melbourne, Australia! Hope to see you there in February, 2023!
Summer 2022 - 3 new papers out!
June 2021 - Dr. Nyboer interviewed about recreational fisheries and climate change on All In A Day - CBC Ottawa
June 2021 - YouTube video with a short explainer on how climate change might impact recreational fisheries around the world