DEAN JACOBSEN CURRICULUM VITAE Personal information Born 1962 in Toronto, Canada. Nationality Danish Present position Associate professor (Lektor) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Professional career M.Sc. degree in Biology 1989, from the University of Copenhagen. Ph.D. degree in Freshwater Biology 1993, from the University of Copenhagen. Invited lecturer, Departamento de Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad Católica, Quito. 1994 - present. Assistant professor, Freshwater Biological Laboratory, University of Copenhagen. 1994 - 1997. Amanuensis, Freshwater Biological Laboratory, University of Copenhagen. 1997 - 1999. Current research projects The importance of oxygen and temperature for altitudinal diversity gradients of freshwater invertebrates, 2004-2006 (SNF) Other activities Ad hoc referee for 10+ scientific journals and research councils "Freelance" director of theses' at the Universidad Católica del Ecuador Teaching courses in limnology at Universities in South America Member of the Danish censor team in Biology Referee on international Ph.D. projects Member of the steering group for the Danish research program on effects of pesticides in freshwaters Research Differences in structure and function between tropical and temperate streams Ecology of Andean streams Patterns in diversity of stream invertebrates along gradients of altitude, temperature, and oxygen pressure Effects of human impacts on streams, in particular organic pollution and riparian deforestation Teaching Basic ecology Biological assessment of freshwater pollution Stream ecology (Freshwater ecology) Biodiversity Other activities Ad hoc referee for 15+ scientific journals and research councils "Freelance" director of theses' at the Universidad Católica del Ecuador Teaching courses in limnology at Universities in South America. Member of the Danish censor team in Biology Reviewing of international Ph.D dissertations Member of steering group for the Danish research program on effects of pesticides in freshwaters Publicaciones Jacobsen D. 2001. Vandløbsmiljø i Ecuador. Vand & Jord 1: 13-16. Jacobsen D. 2001. Los ríos en el Ecuador: un ecosystema importante pero casi olvidado. Nuestra Ciencia 3: 4-9 Jacobsen D. & Terneus, E. 2001. Aquatic macrophytes in cool aseasonal and seasonal streams: a comparison between Ecuadorian highland and Danish lowland streams. Aquatic Botany 71: 281-295. Sand-Jensen K. & Jacobsen D. 2002. Herbivory and growth in terrestrial and aquatic populations of amphibious plants. Freshwater Biology 47: 275-288. Jacobsen D. & Bojsen B. 2002. Macroinvertebrate drift in Amazon streams in relation to riparian forest cover and fish fauna. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 155: 177- 197. Jacobsen D. 2003. Quién habitaba en aquellos ríos? Terra Incognita 24: 20-23 Jacobsen D. 2003. Los ríos de la Sierra ecuatoriana son los más sensibles a la contaminación. Desafío 7: 14-18. Jacobsen D. 2003. Altitudinal changes in diversity of macroinvertebrate communities from small streams in the Ecuadorian Andes. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 158: 145-167. Bojsen B. & Jacobsen D. 2003. Effects of deforestation on macroinvertebrate diversity and assemblage structure in Ecuadorian Amazon streams. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 158: 317-342. Jacobsen D., Rostgaard S. & Vásconez J.J. 2003. Are macroinvertebrates in high altitude streams affected by oxygen deficiency? Freshwater Biology 48: 2025- 2032. Jacobsen D. 2004. Contrasting patterns in local and zonal family richness of stream invertebrates along an Andean altitudinal gradient. Freshwater Biology 49: 1293- 1305. Jacobsen D. 2005. Temporally variable macroinvertebrate-stone relationships in streams. Hydrobiologia 544: 201-214. Rostgaard S. & Jacobsen D. 2005. Respiration rate of stream insects measured in situ along a large altitude range. Hydrobiologia 549: 79-98.
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