16. Buxton, RT, Bennett, J, Reid, A, Shulman, C, Cooke, SJ, Francis, C,Nyboer, EA, Pritchard, G, Binley, AD, Avery-Gomm, S, Ban, NC, Beazley, KF, Bennett, E, Blight, LK, Bortolotti, LE, Camfield, AF, Gadallah, Z, Jacob, AJ, Naujokaitis-Lewis, I, Raudsepp-Hearne, C, Roche, DR, Soulard, F, Stralberg, D, Sadler, KD, Solarik, KA, Ziter, CD, Brandt, J, McKindsey, CW, Greenwood, D, Boxall, PC, Ngolah, C, Chan, KMA, Lapen, D, Poser, S, Girard, J, DiBacco, C, Hayne, S, Orihel, D, Lewis, D, Littlechild, D, Marshall, SJ, McDermott, L, Whitlow, R, Brown, D, Sunday, J, and Smith, PA. 2021. Key information needs to move from knowledge to action for biodiversity conservation in Canada. Biological Conservation. (in press) xxx : xxx-xxx [PDF]
15. Cooke, SJ, Twardek, W, Lynch, AJ, Cowx, IG, Olden, JD, Funge-Smith, S., Lorenzen, K, Arlinghaus, R, Chen, Y, Weyl, OLF, Nyboer, EA, Pompeu, PS, Carlson, SM, Koehn, JD, Pinder, AC, Raghavan, R, Phang, S, Koning, AA, Taylor, WW, Bartley, D & Britton, RJ. 2021. A Global perspective on the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on freshwater fish biodiversity. Biological Conservation. 253: 108932 [PDF]
14. Buxton, R†, Nyboer, EA†, Pigeon, K, Raby, G, Rytwinsky, T, Gallagher, A, Schuster, R, Lin, H-Y, Fahrig, L, Bennett, J, Cooke, SJ, and Roche, D. 2020. Avoiding wasted research resources in conservation science. In Press. Conservation Science and Practice. 2021:e329. doi.org/10.1111/csp2.329. [PDF] †Equal contributors 13. Cooke, SJ, Rytwinski, T, Taylor, J, Nyboer, EA, Nguyen, V, Bennett, JR, Young, N, Aitken, S, Auld, G, Lane, JF, Prior, KA, Smokorowski, KE, Smith, PA, Jacob, AL, Browne, DR, Blais, JM, Kerr, JT, Ormeci, B, Alexander, SM, Burn, C, Buxton, RT, Orihel, DM, Vermaire, JC, Murray, DL, Simon, P, Edwards, K, Clarke, J, Xenopoulos, MA, Gregory-Eaves, I, Bennett, EM, and Smol, JP. 2020. On “success” in applied environmental research – What is it, how can it be achieved, and how does one know when it has been achieved? Environmental Reviews. doi.org/10.1139/er-2020-0045[PDF]
12. Nyboer, EA, Chrétien, E, and Chapman LJ. 2020. Divergence in aerobic scope and thermal tolerance is related to local thermal regime in two populations of introduced Nile perch (Lates niloticus). Journal of Fish Biology. doi:10.1111/jfb.14355 [PDF]
11. Cooke, S.J., Bergman, J.N., Nyboer, E.A., Reid, A.J., Gallagher, A.J., Hammerschlag, N., Van de Riet, K., and Vermaire, J.C. 2020. Overcoming the Concrete Conquest of Aquatic Ecosystems. Biological Conservation. 247: 108589 [PDF]
10. Jvostov, PJ, Sutherland, WJ, Barrett, RDH, Brown, CA, Cardille, JA, Cooke, SJ, Cristescu, ME, Fussmann, GF, Griffiths, K, Hendry, A, Nyboer, EA, Reid, AJ, Ricciardi, A, Fortin, N, Sunday, JM, Winegardner, AK, Gregory-Eaves, I. 2019. Horizon scan of conservation issues for inland waters in Canada. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. [PDF]
9. Nyboer, EA , Liang, C & Chapman LJ. 2019. Assessing the vulnerability of Africa's freshwater fishes to climate change: a continent-wide trait-based analysis. Biological Conservation. 236: 505 - 520. [PDF]
8. Nyboer, EA & Chapman LJ. 2018. Cardiac plasticity influences aerobic performance and thermal tolerance in a tropical, freshwater fish at elevated temperatures. Journal of Experimental Biology. DOI: 10.1242/jeb.178087. [PDF]
7. Nyboer, EA & Chapman LJ. 2017. Elevated temperature and acclimation time affect metabolic performance in the heavily exploited Nile perch of Lake Victoria. Journal of Experimental Biology. 220: 3782-3793. [PDF]
6. Fugere V, Nyboer EA, Bleecker J & Chapman LJ. 2016. Impacts of forest loss on inland waters: A global mismatch among deforestation rates, ecosystem services, and research effort. Biological Conservation. 201:277-283. [PDF]
5. Nyboer EA, Gray SM & Chapman LJ. 2014. A colourful youth: ontogenetic colour change is habitat-specific in the invasive Nile perch. Hydrobiologia, 738: 221-234. **chosen for the October 2014 issue cover [PDF]
4. Vaccaro I, Chapman CA, Nyboer EA, Luke M, Byekwaso A, Morgan C, Mbabazi D, Twinomugisha D & Chapman LJ. 2013. An inter-disciplinary methodology to harmonise ecology, economy, and co-management: Fisheries exploitation in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. African Journal of Aquatic Science, 38: 97-104. [PDF]
3. Nyboer EA & Chapman LJ. 2013. Ontogenetic shifts in phenotype-environment associations in Nile perch, Lates niloticus (Perciformes: Latidae) from Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 110: 449-465. [PDF]
2. Nyboer EA & Chapman LJ. 2013. Movement and home range of introduced Nile perch (Lates niloticus) in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda: Implications for ecological divergence and fisheries management. Fisheries Research, 137: 18-29. [PDF]
1. Molloy PP, Nyboer EA & Côté IM. 2011. Male-male competition in a mixed mating fish. Ethology, 117: 586-596. [PDF]
Raby G, Chapman, J., de Bruijn, R., Eliason, E., Elvidge, C., Hasler, C., Madliger, C., Nyboer, E.A., Reid, A., Roche, D., Rytwinski, T, Ward, T, Wilson, A, and Cooke, S.J. 2020.Teaching post-secondary students in the life and environmental sciences: Strategies for early-career researchers. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution. 13: 14-24.
Golden, CD, Koehn, JZ, Shepon, A, Passarelli, S, Free, CM, Viana, D, Matthey, H, Eurich JG, Gephart, JG, Fluet-Chouinard E, Nyboer EA, Lynch, AJ, Kjellevold, M, Bromage, S, Charlebois P, Barange M, Vannuccini S, Cao, L, Kleisner, KM, Rimm, ER, Danaei G, DeSisto C, Kelahan H, Fiorella KJ, Little, DC, Allison EH, Fanzo J, Thilsted, SH. 2021. Aquatic foods for nourishing nations. In review at Nature. Manu1script ID: 2020-05-09854A
Thomas-Walters, L, Nyboer, E, Taylor, J, Rytwinski, T, Lane, JF, Young, N, Bennett, J, Nguyen, V, Harron, N, Aitken, S, Auld, G, Browne, D, Jacob, A, Prior, K, Smith, PA, Smokorowski, K, Alexander, S, Cooke, SJ. 2021. An optimistic outlook on the use of evidence syntheses to inform environmental decision making. Submitted to Conservation Science and Practice. Manuscript ID: CSP2-20-0339.
Nyboer, EA, Nguyen, V, Young, N, Rytwinski, T, Taylor, J, Lane, JF, Bennett, JR, Harron, N, Aitken, S, Auld, G, Browne, DR, Jacob, AL, Prior, KA, Smith, PA, Smokorowski, KE, Alexander, S, and Cooke, SJ. 2020. Supporting actionable science for environmental policy: Advice to funding agencies from decision makers. In review at Environmental Science and Policy. Manuscript ID: ENVSCI-D-20-00025_R1
Nyboer, EA, Lin HY, Bennett JR, Gabriel J, Twardek W, Chhor, A, Daly, L, Dolson, S, Guitard, E, Holder, P, Mozzon, C, Trahan, A, Zimmermann, D, Kesner-Reyes, K, Garilao, C, Kaschner, K and Cooke, SJ. 2020. Global assessment of marine and freshwater recreational fish reveals mismatch in climate change vulnerability and conservation . In review at Global Change Biology. Manscript ID: GCB-21-0330
Twardek, WM, Nyboer, EA, Tickner, D Bergman, K, Taylor, J, Rytwinski, T. Bennett, JR, Smol, JP, Gregory-Eaves, I, Nguyen, V, Creed, P, Marty, J, O’Connor, CM, Taylor, M, Drake, A, Robinson, SA, Winegardner, A, Martel, AL, Lapointe, NWR & Cooke, SJ. 2020. Mobilizing practitioners to support the Emergency Recovery Plan for freshwater biodiversity. Conservation Science and Practice. Manuscript ID: CSP2-20-0288
Cooke, SJ, Nyboer, EA, Bennett, A, Lynch, A, Infante, D, Cowx, IG, Beard, D, Bartley, D, Paukert, C. Funge-Smith, S, Gondwe, E, Kaunda, E, Koehn, JD, Souter, N, Stokes, G, Castello, L, Leonard, N, Skov, C, Berg, S, and Taylor, W. 2020. The ten steps to responsible inland fisheries in practice: Reflections from diverse global case studies. Submitted to Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries.
Formal reports, policy briefs, and other communications
Nyboer, EA, Taylor, JJ, Rytwinski, T, Lane, JF, Young, N, Bennett, JR, Nguyen, V, Aitkin, S, Auld, G, Browne, D, Jacob, A, Prior, K, Smith, PA, Smokorowski, KE, Cooke, SJ. 2020. Supporting actionable science for environmental policy: advice from researchers and decision makers to Canadian funding agencies. Report for the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada. March 31, 2020. [PDF]
Nyboer, EA, Nasuuna, A., Lusala, J.B., Mutebi, J., Twinomugisha, D., Musinguzi, L., Chapman, L.J. 2019. Assessing the adaptive capacity of fishing communities to climate change in the Lake Victoria basin of East Africa. Technical Report for Community Leaders and Fisheries Officers, Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry, and Fisheries (MAAIF), Government of Uganda. [PDF]
Nyboer, E.A. 2019. Policy Brief - Developing the adaptive capacity of fishing communities in Uganda to climate change. Prepared for the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry, and Fisheries (MAAIF), Government of Uganda. [PDF]
2020 Nyboer EA. Collaboration for Environmental Evidence: Mobilizing knowledge for evidence-based approaches in the Anthropocene, Ottawa, Ontario Title: Perspectives of Canadian decision-makers on using evidence syntheses within their organizations.
2019 Nyboer EA. Les lundis biologiques, Universite de Montreal weekly seminar series, Montreal, Quebec. Title: A multi-faceted rapport to understanding climate change impacts on Africa's inland fisheries.
2019 Nyboer EA. Guest seminar at joint LVFO and NaFIRRI meeting. Jinja, Uganda Title: Vulnerability and adaptability: Predicting the effects of climate change on Africa's inland fisheries
2019 Nyboer EA. Planet Water: Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Title: Tropical fish in a warming world: Effects of elevated temperature on metabolic performance of commercially harvested African fish. 2016 Nyboer EA. Weekly Seminar Series (February), National Fisheries Resources Research Institute of Uganda, Jinja. Title: Survey results for climate change adaptation in five fishing communities on the Lake Victoria basin: trends and comparison.
2016 Nyboer EA. Weekly Seminar Series (November), National Fisheries Resources Research Institute of Uganda, Jinja. Title: Thermal tolerance and climate change: what comes next for fisheries of the Lake Victoria Basin.
2015 Nyboer EA. Monthly Seminar Series (October), Aquaculture Research and Development Center, Kajjansi, Uganda. Title: Using respirometry techniques to investigate the thermal tolerance of commercially-important aquaculture fish species in Uganda.
2014 Nyboer EA & Chapman LJ. The future of biodiversity in the Anthropocene, McGill School of Environment Symposium, Montreal. Title: Thermal tolerance of tropical freshwater fish: Predicting the effects of climate change in equatorial waters.
2014 Nyboer EA & Chapman LJ. Weekly Seminar Series, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, Jinja, Uganda. Title: Predicting the effects of climate change on the Nile Perch of the Lake Victoria Basin.
Selected Conference Presentations
2019 InFish Annual Meeting, Columbia, Missouri, USA. 2018 International Sustainability and Development Conference, Ann Arbour, MI, USA. 2018 McGill University PhD Seminar Series, Montreal, QC, Canada. 2017 Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution, Victoria, BC, Canada. 2017 Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Montreal, QC, Canada. 2016 12th International Congress on the Biology of Fish, San Marcos, Texas, USA. 2015 Global Conference on Inland Fisheries, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, Italy. 2014 Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science Annual Symposium, Montreal, QC, Canada. 2014 Genomes to Biomes, Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution, Montreal, QC, Canada. 2013 National Fisheries Resources Research Institute of Uganda, Jinja, Uganda. 2012 World Fisheries Congress, Edinburgh, UK. 2012 Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science Annual Symposium, Montreal, QC, Canada. 2011 Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science Annual Symposium, Montreal, QC, Canada. 2010 Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science Annual Symposium, Montreal, QC, Canada. 2009 Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference (PEEC), Bamfield, BC, Canada. 2008 Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference (PEEC), Bamfield, BC, Canada.