Ph.D., Macroecology & Oceanography
University of British Columbia
2015-2017 Research Fellow (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.
Sutton, T. T., Clark, M. R., Dunn, D. C., Halpin, P. N., Rogers, A. D., Guinotte, J., Bograd, S. J., Angel, M. V., Perez, J. A. A., Wishner, K., Haedrich, R. L., Lindsay, D. J., Drazen, J. C., Vereshchaka, A., Piatkowski, U., Morato, T., Blachowiak-Samolyk, K., Robison, B. H., Gjerde, K. M., Pierrot-Bults, A., Bernal, P., Reygondeau, G., Heino, M., 2017, A global biogeographic classification of the mesopelagic zone2, Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr.2017.05.006, link
Guidi, L., Legendre, L., Reygondeau, G., Uitz, J., Stemmann, L., Henson, S. A. , 2015, A new look at ocean carbon remineralization for estimating deepwater sequestration, Oceanography, Global Biogeochemical Cyclces, 27(7), 1044-1059, link
Reygondeau, G., Guieu, C., Benedetti, F., Irisson, J.O., Ayata, S.D., Gasparini, S., Koubbi, P., 2016, Biogeochemical regions of the Mediterranean Sea: an objective multidimensional and multivariate environmental approach, Progress in Oceanography, ISSN 0079-6611, (In press), link
Cheung W., Frölicher T., Asch R., Jones M., Pinsky M., Reygondeau G., Rodgers K., Rykaczewski R., Sarmiento J., Stock C., Watson J., 2015, Building confidence in projections of the responses of living marine resources to climate change, Climate Change, Marine Management, ICES Journal of Marine Science, link
Wabnitz C.C.C., Lam V.W.Y., Reygondeau G., Teh L., Al-Abdulrazzak D., Khalfallah M., Pauly D., Palomares D., Zeller D., and W.W.L. Chung. 2018. Climate Change Impacts on Marine Biodiversity, Fisheries and Society in the Arabian Gulf. PLoS One 13(5): e0194537, link
Asch, R. G., Cheung, W. W. L., Reygondeau, G., 2017. Future marine ecosystem drivers, biodiversity, and fisheries maximum catch potential in Pacific Island countries and territories under climate change, Fisheries, Biodiversity, Marine Policy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2017.08.015, link
Oyinlola, M.A., Reygondeau, G., Wabnitz, C.C.C., Troell, M., Cheung, W.W.L., 2018. Global estimation of areas with suitable environmental conditions for mariculture species. PLoS ONE 13(1): e0191086. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0191086, link
Cheung, W. W. L., Reygondeau, G., Frölicher, T. L., 2016, Large benefits to marine fisheries of meeting the 1.5°C global warming target, Fisheries, Climate Change, Science, 354: 6319, 1591-1594, link
Reygondeau, G., Molinero, J. C., Coombs, S., MacKenzie, B. R., Bonnet, D. , 2015, Progressive changes in the Western English Channel foster a reorganization in the plankton food web, Marine Ecosystem, Progress in Oceanography, 137, 524-532, link
Lam V., Cheung W., Reygondeau G., Sumaila U.R., 2016, Projected change in global fisheries revenues under climate change, Fisheries, Economics, Climate Change, Scientific Reports, link
Hélaouët P., Beaugrand G., Reygondeau G., 2016, Reliability of spatial and temporal patterns of C. finmarchicus inferred from the CPR survey, Marine Ecosystem, Biodiversity, Journal of Marine Systems, Volume 153, Pages 18–24, link
Cheung W., Jones M., Reygondeau G., Stock C., Lam V., Frölicher T., 2016, Structural uncertainty in projecting global fisheries catches under climate change, Fisheries, Climate Change, Ecological Modelling, Volume 325, Pages 57–66, link
Koubbi, P., Reygondeau, G., De Broyer, C., Constable, A., Cheung, W., 2015, The Southern Ocean, Marine Ecosystem, Biodiversity, Climate Change, Ocean and Climate, 2015 – Scientific Notes, Pages 41-50, link
Crespo, G.O., Dunn, D.C., Reygondeau, G., Boerder, K., Worm, B., Cheung, W., Tittensor, D.P., and Halpin, P.N. (2018). The environmental niche of the global high seas pelagic longline fleet. Science Advances, 4(8), Eaat3681. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aat3681 link
Singh, GG, Hilmi, N, Bernhardt, J, et al. Climate impacts on the ocean are making the Sustainable Development Goals a moving target travelling away from us. People Nat. 2019; 00: 1– 14. https://doi.org/10.1002/pan3.26 link
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.
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.”
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.
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.
4 June 2018 - 8 June 2018
26 February 2017 - 3 March 2017
20 May 2017 - 25 May 2017
13 January 2017 - 13 January 2017