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Erik Jeppesen
Erik Jeppesen, 丹麦Arhus大学教授,丹麦国家环境研究所研究员。
与学科点在湖泊生态与恢复方面开展了长期的研究合作,2009年开始担任学科点水生生物专业博士研究生合作导师,合作开展学科点博士研究生的培养工作。

His main research areas are on ecology of shallow lakes, focussing on trophic interactions and the role of submerged macrophytes and fish, recovery of lakes from eutrophication and lake restoration, and palaeolimnology, in particular the interface with limnology. A key focus of the last decade has been the world-wide response of freshwater ecosystems to global (Arctic to the tropics), principally climate change. This research has spread beyond lakes to include running waters and has been carried out in collaboration with an increasingly large global network of research groups studying more than 1000 lakes (and streams) globally.

The overarching stratagem has been to identify climate effects on freshwaters through a multi-faceted approach including space-for-time analyses, short- and long-term advanced experiments, collaborative comparative experimental studies in different climate regions, time series analyses, and empirical and dynamic modelling.

Erik has 280 peer-reviewed papers and book chapters, Hirsch indices of 51 (ISI-web) and 63 (Google), and has given more than 60 plenary lectures and keynote speeches at conferences around the globe.

Erik lead many national and international research projects, devoted much effort to developing aquatic science in the “new world” through establishing long-lasting collaboration with groups in Uruguay, Turkey and China, has initiated an inter-university platform “Water and Environment” at the Sino-Danish University Centre in Beijing, and is now vice-PC of the Centre. This Centre, jointly run by China and Denmark, started a Master’s programme in autumn 2012 and a comprehensive PhD programme is also up and running. Erik is now co-coordinator of the platform “Environment and Climate” of the Danish University initiative in 2010 - “Building stronger universities in developing countries” with special focus on Ghana and Tanzania, but eventually to numerous countries in the 3rd world.

Together with his group received the Naumann-Thienemann medal in 2010 and was a member of the IPCC panel (and author) who received a half Laureate Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.

Representative publications:
1.  Jeppesen E., T. Mehner, I. J. Winfield, K. Kangur, J. Sarvala, D. Gerdeaux, M. Rask, H. J. Malmquist, K. Holmgren, P. Volta, S. Romo, R. Eckmann, A. Sandström, S. Blanco, A. Kangur, H. R. Stabo, M. Tarvainen, A.-M. Ventelä, M. Søndergaard, T. L. Lauridsen, M. Meerhoff, 2012. Impacts of climate warming on the long-term dynamics of key fish species in 24 European lakes – Hydrobiologia 694:1-39.
2.  Jeppesen E., M. Søndergaard, T.L. Lauridsen, T.A. Davidson, Z. Liu, N. Mazzeo, C. Trochine, K. Özkan, H. S. Jensen, D. Trolle, F. Starling, X. Lazzaro, L.S. Johansson, R. Bjerring, L. Liboriussen, S. E. Larsen, F. Landkildehus & M. Meerhoff, 2012. Biomanipulation as a restoration tool to combat eutrophication: recent advances and future challenges - Adv. in Ecol. Res. 47:411-487.
3.  Jeppesen, E. ,B. Moss, H. Bennion, L. Carvalho, L. DeMeester, H. Feuchtmayr, N. Friberg, M.O. Gessner; M. Hefting, T.L Lauridsen, L. Liboriussen, H. Malmquist , L. May, M. Meerhoff, J.S. Olafsson, M.B. Soons & J.T.A. Verhoeven . Chapter 6: Interaction of climate and eutrophication. In: M.Kernan, R. Battarbee and B.Moss (eds.) Changing climate and changing freshwaters: a European perspective. Blackwell.
4.  Jeppesen, E., Ma. Søndergaard, Mo. Søndergaard & K. Christoffersen (Eds.), 1997: The structuring role of submergedmacrophytes in lakes. Ecological Studies, Vol. 131. Springer Verlag, 1998, 421 pp.


 
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