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Nereus alumnus Gabriel Reygondeau (University of British Columbia – UBC) was chosen to work for the Half Earth Project, and become a UBC-Yale Fellow for his work on global marine species distribution. At UBC and Yale, he will continue his research on “the effects of climate change and anthropogenic activities on global ocean biodiversity.”

Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Fellow (UBC), has co-authored a paper entitled “Reliability of spatial and temporal patterns of C. finmarchicus inferred from the CPR survey” in the Journal of Marine Systems.

November 23, 2015 | Ecology

William Cheung, Director of the Nereus Program (Science), and Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Fellow (UBC), are co-authors of a chapter on The Southern Ocean, published in the Ocean and Climate Platform’s Scientific Notes.

Alumnus Gabriel Reygondeau (UBC/Yale University) is a main contributor to a new High Level Panel (HLP) Blue Paper on critical habitats and biodiversity. You can read the full version and summary for decision makers here.

Muhammed Oyinlola is lead author with Gabriel Reygondeau, Colette Wabnitz, and William Cheung as co-authors on a new study in Global Change Biology, “Projecting global mariculture diversity under climate change.” In their study, they look at how climate change will affect 85 of the most commonly farmed fish and invertebrates in coastal and open ocean areas.

Alumnus Gabriel Reygondeau is part of a research team lead by the Monterey Bay Aquarium on a new open access publication in PLoS ONE, “Towards a global understanding of the drivers of marine and terrestrial biodiversity”. In it, they created the first comprehensive global map of biodiversity distribution using both marine and terrestrial species.

Lead author Hubert du Pontavice and co-authors Didier Gascuel, Gabriel Reygondeau, Aurore Maureaud, and William Cheung recently published an article in Global Change Biology – “Climate change undermines the global functioning of marine food webs”.

Past Event

7 October 2019 - 7 October 2019

Nereus Program director (science) William Cheung (UBC) and alumnus Gabriel Reygondeau (UBC) will both present at the 2019 Half-Earth Day in a session on Global & Regional Conservation Priorities in Oceans and on Land.
Past Event

4 June 2018 - 8 June 2018

At the 4th International Symposium on the Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans from June 4 to 8 at the Washingington Hilton, Nereus Program Principal Investigator Thomas Frölicher (Princeton; University of Bern) and Nereus Fellow Gabriel Reygondeau (UBC) will be hosting a session about extreme ocean events and their impacts on marine ecosystems.
Past Event

20 May 2017 - 25 May 2017

Nereus Program Alumnus Rebecca Asch (Princeton University/East Carolina University), Fellow Colleen Petrik (Princeton University), Fellow Gabriel Reygondeau (University of British Columbia), and Fellow Maria de Oca (Duke University) will be convening the session "Beyond physics-to-fish: Integrative impacts of climate change on living marine resources" at the JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting Session
Past Event

26 February 2017 - 3 March 2017

On March 3, Nereus fellow Gabriel Reygondeau (UBC) will be delivering a talk at the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) meeting in Honolulu, HI. Gabriel's session will take place on March 3rd.
Past Event

13 January 2017 - 13 January 2017

On Friday January 13, Nereus fellow Gabriel Reygondeau (UBC) will be presenting a lecture as part of the FISH 500 Issues in Fisheries Research seminar series at the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries (University of British Columbia).

The study “Biogeochemical regions of the Mediterranean Sea: an objective multidimensional and multivariate environmental approach” was recently published in Progress in Oceanography with Nereus Fellow Gabriel Reygondeau (UBC) as the lead author.

December 7, 2016 | Oceanography


Gabriel Reygondeau

Ph.D., Macroecology & Oceanography

2015-2018 Research Fellow (University of British Columbia)

Research Associate, Changing Ocean Research Unit (University of British Columbia)

Gabriel Reygondeau’s research focuses on the thematic of “The effects of climate changes and anthropogenic activities on the biogeography of the global ocean”. His current research interests can be summarized in 3 topics: (1) relations between marine organisms (from plankton to top predator), biodiversity and environmental conditions at the global scale; (2) Identification and monitoring of global marine ecosystems and (3) Evaluation of the impact of anthropogenic pressures on the global marine ecosystems.View More