Welcome to the Armstrong Lab at Oregon State University. We work at the nexus of landscape ecology, animal behavior, and physiology to understand how animals interact with spatial and temporal heterogeneity in habitat conditions. We strive to push the boundaries of scientific knowledge in ways that tangibly benefit conservation. We are particularly focused on improving climate change adaptation planning for wide-ranging fishes. We work with stakeholders to co-produce science and we enjoy communicating our research to the general public.



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