The Freshwater Fish Ecology Laboratory (FFEL) was established in July 2017. The lab is located in the beautiful campus of the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George (BC, Canada) and is led by Dr. Eduardo Martins. The research conducted in the FFEL integrates aspects of the thermal, movement and population ecology of freshwater fishes, with the ultimate goal of improving the knowledge on the study species and informing their management and conservation. The study species are found in British Columbia (e.g. Arctic grayling, burbot, sockeye salmon, bull trout) and in the Brazilian Amazon (e.g. arapaima).