Associate Research Scientist, Environment and Sustainability and Intermittent Lecturer in General Operations, School for Environment and Sustainability
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Environment and Sustainability
Sarah Ana Adlerstein Gonzales' main interest in research is to understand ecological processes and population dynamics of aquatic organisms at the ecosystem level, in particular those aspects that are relevant to resource management. Recently she has been investigating spatial and temporal scales needed to study the spatial distribution of fish abundance and obtain indices of abundance of fish populations in marine ecosystem. Currently, her specific focus is in the Great Lakes.