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Javier Alcocer

Researcher at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Mariana Meerhoff

Professor, Department of Ecology and Environmental Management, Centro Universitario Regional del Este, Universidad de la República Her research activities focus on understanding the community and ecosystemic responses of inland waters to global changes, in particular to climate warming and land use changes. Dr Meerhoff has worked on shallow lakes, reservoirs, streams, and recently on artificial […]

Olena P. Bilous

Researcher, Institute of Hydrobiology of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Orcid Researchgate Dr. Bilous is a specialist in identification of phytoplankton and phytobenthos using different methods as light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. She conducted her identifications of algae for different waterbodies: from riverine landscapes to lakes and reservoirs from different geographical locations with […]

Antonio Camacho

Professor, Cavanilles Institute for Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology, University of Valencia

Diego Copedi

Researcher, National Research Council of Italy – Water Research Institute Window-maximize Orcid

Csaba Vad

Group Leader, Institute of Aquatic Ecology, Centre for Ecological Research Twitter Window-maximize Orcid Researchgate

Flavia Dory

Post-doctoral Researcher, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca My research activities aim to understand the dynamics of lake plankton communities as well as to understand the taxonomic and functional modifications of phytoplankton in relation to current anthropogenic and climatic changes. Particularly, my research focuses on the role of phytoplankton communities in the carbon transfer pathways in […]

Joshua Thienpont

Assitant Professor, Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change, York University My current research is focused on understanding the controls on contaminant distributions, including polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and metals, in northern Canadian lakes. As National Representative it is my goal to continue to enhance the strong linkage between the Canadian limnology community and our international counterparts.

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