Daniel Gomez Isaza


University of Qneensland

Daniel is a PhD candidate in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Queensland. Daniel is interested in understanding how organisms are affected by changes in their environment. His current research examines how native fishes are affects by nitrate pollution, pH, and temperature changes driven by increased human activity. Daniel’s research aims to highlight the necessity to consider and quantify the effects of multiple interacting environmental stressors on fish passage, performance, and conservation.

Publications
Thermal acclimation offsets the negative effects of nitrate on aerobic scope and performance
Journal of Experimental Biology
Living in polluted waters: A meta-analysis of the effects of nitrate and interactions with other environmental stressors on freshwater taxa
Environmental Pollution