Diversity — Section Editors

Section Board for 'Marine Diversity' (8)

Please see the section webpage for more information on this section.

Prof. Dr. Christian Wild
Section Editor-in-Chief
Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Tel. 0049-421-218-63367
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Interests: marine ecology; ecophysiology; biogeochemistry; coral reefs; seagrass meadows; functional biodiversity; invertebrates
Prof. Dr. Marc Kochzius
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
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Interests: connectivity; coral reefs; DNA barcoding; mangroves; marine ecology; molecular ecology; phylogeography
Prof. Dr. Conxita Avila
Department of Evolutionary Biology, Ecology, and Environmental Sciences, University of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
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Interests: marine chemical ecology, marine natural products, systematics and biology of marine invertebrates, Antarctic benthos, heterobranch molluscs, biodiversity
Dr. Thomas Fickert
Physical Geography, University of Passau, D-94032 Passau, Germany
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Interests: plant geography; mangrove ecology; disturbance ecology; vegetation dynamics; succession; phytodiversity; glacier forelands; high mountain research
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals:
Special Issue in Diversity: Mangrove Regeneration and Restoration
Dr. Zoe Richards
Western Australian Museum, 49 Kew Street, Welshpool, WA 6105, Australia
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Interests: stony corals, coral reef diversity, biodiversity conservation, molecular systematics, ecology, biogeography, resilience, threatened species
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals:
Special Issue in Diversity: Coral Reef Biodiversity and Conservation
Dr. Alexandra Teodósio
Centre for marine sciences, University of Algarve, Portugal
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Interests: marine ecology; global change; trophic ecology; jellyfish blooms; aquatic invasions; ocean acidification; nutritional condition; zooplankton; macroinvertebrates
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals:
Special Issue in Diversity: Disruption of Natural River Flow Regimes: An Opportunity for Non-Indigenous Species and the Need for New Management Practices
Assoc. Prof. Symon Dworjanyn
National Marine Science Centre, Southern Cross University, Coffs Harbour, Australia
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Interests: marine climate change; marine ecology; seaweeds
Dr. Vitor H. Paiva
Department of Life Science, Marine and Environmental Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal
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Interests: seabird ecology; trophic ecology of marine predators; food-web interactions; spatial ecology; habitat modelling; human impacts; heavy metals and plastic pollution; climate change; marine conservation
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals:
Special Issue in Diversity: Trophic Ecology
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