Aquatic environments across the globe, and the fish that live in them, are subject to myriad threats, including the input of anthropogenic pollutants, over-exploitation, species introductions, physical barriers to movement, the manipulation of flow regimes and global climate change.
Fish respond to these perturbations at all organisational levels, with consequences for gene expression, physiology and patterns of behaviour.
The impact of these changes on populations, communities and ecosystem processes is now beginning to be revealed.
The symposium, re-arranged from 2020, will explore the ways in which fish are able to occupy such a broad range of naturally dynamic environments, their capacity to adapt to habitat loss and directional environmental change, and the emerging ecosystem consequences.
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