The group on stream ecology and conservation includes 2 senior researchers that hold academic positions. Currently, the group also includes one PhD student. Research activity mainly uses fish as models organisms and is focused on: (i) patterns and processes in assemblage structure and function, (ii) natural and human-induced changes in assemblage integrity, and (iii) water quality assessment and riverscape management.
Morgado-Santos, M., Magalhães, M.F., Vicente, L. & Collares-Pereira, M.J. (2018). Mate choice driven by genome in an allopolyploid fish complex.Behavioral Ecology, In Press, . DOI:10.1093/beheco/ary117 (IF2017 3,347; Q2 Behavioral Sciences)
Carona, S., Collares-Pereira, M.J. & Magalhães, M.F. (2017) Paternal genomotype affects female growth in a hybrid fish complex.Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 26(4), 719-721. DOI:10.1111/eff.12303 (IF2017 1.832; Q1 Fisheries)
Ferreira, M., Filipe, A.F, Bardos, D.C., Magalhães, M.F. & Beja, P. (2016) Modeling stream fish distributions using interval-censored detection times.Ecology and Evolution, 6(15), 5530-5541. DOI:10.1002/ece3.2295 (IF2016 2,440; Q2 Ecology)