As identification of species is a major part of their work, members of this research group gained very good knowledge in taxonomy and systematics of marine and limnic invertebrates. Therefore I highly recommend them for benthic community studies.
Prof. Dr. Bjørn GulliksenProfessor at the Arctic University of Norway
As ecologists they are specialized to test hypotheses on sandy beaches with contrasting morphodynamics, which attracts international attention and readership of their published results.
Prof. Dr. Omar DefeoProfessor at the University of the Republic, Uruguay
More than a decade of international experience in the polar region and in South America, especially in Argentine and Brazil, yield in very good research network connectivity.
Dr. José Henrique LealScience Director & Curato of the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum, Florida
Members of this research group are talented young scientists who has demonstrated excellent work habits coupled with a high level of initiative and adaptability to new situations.
Prof. em. Dr. Ulrich Saint-PaulProfessor emeritus at the University of Bremen, Germany
Findings of this research group are of high importance and contribute significantly to the actual knowledge and discussion about the response of benthic assemblages to global change.
Prof. em. Dr. Wolf E. ArntzProfessor Emeritus of the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany
Working with great enthusiasm, high motivation and good scientific knowledge on benthic communities leads to the publication of their results in international journals.
Prof. Dr. Pablo E. PenchaszadehProfessor at the Argentine Museum of Natural Sciences