Global change, N and C cycling in temperate peatlands (and Li-Cor 6400).
Ecology, taxonomy and biogeography of Rotifera, Cladocera and Copepoda.
biostatistics and modeling.
North American and European [ETI] [DAISIE] expert for identification of Rotifera, Cladocera and Copepoda (freshwater invertebrates).
Topic Editor for the Encyclopedia of Earth
- For the past several years, I have been collaborating with Dr. Jill Bubier (Mount Holyoke
College), Dr. Aaron Ellison (Harvard
Forest, Harvard University), Dr. Nick Gotelli (University
of Vermont), Dr. Thomas Miller (Florida
State University), Dr. Tim Moore (McGill
University, Montreal, Canada), Dr. Thomas Millette (Mount
Holyoke College) and the Miller Worley Center
for the Environment (Mount
Holyoke College) on various aspects of Global Change, N and C
cycling in temperate peatlands, ecology of bogs including investigations of
nutrient regeneration by rotifers in bogs and the role of rotifers in functioning
of Saracenia inquilines community, phytotelmata (the
A Synthetic Approach to Phytotelmata Communities - at Wakulla Springs, Florida, USA).
- Wordwide (especially North America and Europe) catalog of freshwater Rotifera, Cladocera and Copepoda.
- A key for identification of freshwater Cladocera and Copepoda of Europe: In collaboration with Dr. Jan Igor Rybak, Department of Hydrobiology, Warsaw University.
- Copepoda, Cyclopoida and Calanoida: A key for freshwater copepods of North America.
Last modified on January 28, 2013 by Leszek A. Bledzki