Unit Leader - Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Reynaldo has 30+ years of research experience with the biology and management of fishes and amphibians. Topics of current interest include reproductive and developmental biology; impacts of environmental stressors, such as contaminants and climate change, on health and reproductive fitness; and relationships between water quality and aquatic habitat quality, including harmful algal blooms.
Reynaldo has taught courses in aquatic and animal ecophysiology and aquaculture.
Unit Leader, Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, 1989-
Education and Certifications
Ph D Oregon State University 1988
MS Oregon State University 1983
BS Tokyo University of Fisheries 1980