If it moves it’s potentially interesting! I’m an aquatic ecologist with a behavioural ecological background. My approach to research often focuses on individual animal, or, most of the time, fish behavioural decisions, performance and success, and generally aims to address higher-order effects of these behavioural attributes. The higher-order processes include forager group formation and dynamics, with impacts on individuals, populations, communities, and trophic dynamics. Recent interests focus on causes and concequences of fish migration, host-parasite interactions between fish and mussels, win-win solutions for hydropower and the Atlantic eel, rehabilitation consequences of dam removal, physiological processes behind inducible defences, as well as predation as ecological selection for speciation and species maintenance.