OCCRI Researchers

Title: Assistant Professor, Senior Research
Name: Ivan Arismendi
Institution: Oregon State University
Department: Fisheries and Wildlife
Education:

BS Fisheries Engineering, Universidad Austral de Chile, 1997
Doctorate Forest Sciences, Universidad Austral de Chile, 2010


Research Theme: Aquatic ecology; quantitative methods in ecology; climate change and hydrology; biological invasions; temperate ecosystems of South America; multivariate statistics and time series analysis applied to ecological problems; data visualization

Research Fields:

Data Analysis and Statistical Management
Ecology
Forestry and Forest Management
Hydrology
Impacts Ecosystems and Populations

Professional Activities:

Member of: American Fisheries Society (AFS); Society for Freshwater Science (SFS), formerly NABS; American Geophysical Union (AGU); Society for Chilean Limnology (SOCHILIM)

Selected Publications:

Arismendi I, SL Johnson, JB Dunham & R Haggerty (2013) Descriptors of natural thermal regimes in streams and their responsiveness to change in the Pacific Northwest of North America. Freshwater Biology 58:880-894

Arismendi I, M Safeeq, SL Johnson, JB Dunham & R Haggerty (2012) Increasing synchrony of high temperature and low flow in western North American streams: double trouble for coldwater biota? Hydrobiologia DOI: 10.1007/s10750-012-1327-2

Arismendi I, S Johnson, J Dunham, R Haggerty & D Hockman-Wert (2012) The paradox of cooling streams in a warming world: Regional climate trends do not parallel variable local trends in stream temperature in the Pacific continental United States. Geophysical Research Letters 39, L10401. Highlighted in Science Daily May, 2012

Marr SM, MP Marchetti, JD Olden, E García-Berthou, DL Morgan, I Arismendi, JA Day, CL Griffiths & PH Skelton (2010) Freshwater fish introductions in Mediterranean-climate regions: are there commonalities in the conservation problem? Diversity and Distributions 16(4):606-619

Arismendi I, D Soto, BE Penaluna, C Jara, C Leal & J León-Muñoz (2009) Aquaculture, non-native salmonid invasions, and associated declines of native fishes in lakes of the northern Chilean Patagonia. Freshwater Biology 54:1135–1147