Our Researchers

Dr. Tyler Eddy
Research Scientist
Research Areas:
Marine Ecology, Fisheries, Climate Change

Dr. Tyler Eddy is a research scientist interested in past, present, and future human interactions with, and ecology of, marine ecosystems. He has experience in ecosystem modelling, marine conservation, historical ecology, and underwater research. Dr. Eddy is a founding coordinator of the fisheries and marine ecosystem model intercomparison project (FishMIP).

Dr. Eddy was a postdoctoral fellow at Dalhousie University, a Nereus Program research associate at the University of British Columbia, and a Nereus Program research fellow at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Eddy received his Doctor of Philosophy in Marine Biology from the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and an Honours Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology from Dalhousie University, Canada.

Dr. Eddy is currently supervising students in MSc and PhD programs. To inquire about opportunities, please contact Dr. Eddy directly with your CV.

Courses:
  • FISH 6002: Data Collection, Management, & Display
Significant Publications:

Eddy TD, Bernhardt JR, Blanchard JL, Cheung WWL, Colléter M, Du Pontavice H, Fulton EA, Gascuel D, Kearney KA, Petrik CM, Roy T, Rykaczewski RR, Selden R, Stock CA, Wabnitz CCC, Watson RA. In press. Energy flow through marine ecosystems: confronting transfer efficiency. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

Eddy TD, Friedlander AM, Salinas de León P.  2019. Ecosystem effects of fishing and El Niño at the Galápagos Marine Reserve. PeerJ 6878.

Lotze HK, Tittensor DP, Bryndum-Buchholz A, Eddy TD, Cheung WWL, Galbraith ED, Barange M, Bianchi D, Blanchard JL, Bopp L, Büchner M, Bulman C, Carozza DA, Christensen V, Coll M, Dunne J, Fulton EA, Jennings S, Jones M, Mackinson S, Maury O, Niiranen S, Oliveros Ramos R, Roy T, Fernandes JA, Schewe J, Shin YJ, Steenbeck J, Stock CA, Volkholz J, Walker ND, Worm B. 2019. Global ensemble projections reveal trophic amplification of ocean biomass declines with climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 116: 12907-12912.

Eddy TD.  2019. Plan S: Motivations of for-profit publishers. Science 363: 462.

Schewe J, Gosling SN, Reyer C, Zhao F, Ciais P, Elliott J, Francois L, Huber V, Lotze HK, Seneviratne SI, van Vliet MTH, Vautard R, Wada Y, Breuer L,Büchner M, Carozza DA, Chang J, Coll M, Deryng D, de Wit A, Eddy TD, Folberth C, Frieler K, Friend AD, Gerten D, GudmundssonL, Hanasaki N, Ito A, Khabarov N, Kim H, Lawrence P, Morfopoulos C, Müller C, Schmied HM, Orth R, Ostberg S, Pokhrel Y, Pugh TAM, Sakurai G, Satoh Y, Schmid E, Stacke T, Steenbeek J, Steinkamp J, Tang Q, Tian H, Tittensor D, Volkholz J, Wang X, Warszawski L. 2019. State-of-the-art global models underestimate impact from climate extremes. Nature Communications 10: 1005.

Eddy TD, Bulman CM, Cheung WWL, Coll M, Fulton EA, Galbraith ED, Lotze HK, Mackinson S, Niiranen S, Oliveros-Ramos R, Piroddi C, Steenbeek J, Tittensor DP, Walker ND, Schewe Jacob, Volkholz J Büchner M. 2018. ISIMIP2a Simulation Data from Fisheries & Marine Ecosystems (FishMIP; regional) Sector. GFZ Data Services. http://doi.org/10.5880/PIK.2018.004

Eddy TD, Araújo JN, Bundy A, Fulton EA, Lotze HK.  2017.  Effectiveness of lobster fisheries management in New Zealand and Nova Scotia from multi-species and ecosystem perspectives. ICES Journal of Marine Science 74: 146-157

Blanchard JL, Watson RA, Fulton EA, Cottrell RA, Nash KL, Bryndum-Buchholz A, Büchner M, Carozza D, Cheung WWL, Elliott J, Davidson LNK, Dulvy NK, Dunne JP, Eddy TD, Galbraith E, Lotze HK, Maury O, Müller C, Tittensor D, Jennings S. 2017. Linked sustainability challenges and trade-offs among fisheries, aquaculture and agriculture. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1: 1240–1249

Eddy TD, Lotze HK, Fulton EA, Coll M, Ainsworth C, Araújo JN, Bulman C, Bundy A, Christensen V, Field J, Gribble N, Hasan M, Mackinson S, Townsend H.  2017.  Ecosystem effects of invertebrate fisheries. Fish and Fisheries 18: 40-53