Job Title: Professor
Employer: Concordia University
Place of Birth: Troy, NY, USA
Public School attended: School 18, Troy
High School attended: Troy High School
Further Education: University of Rochester (B.Sc. - 1964), Princeton University (Ph.D. - 1968).
Geographic focus of research: Quebec, Australia, US
Brief synopsis of current research:
I am interested in distribution patterns and life history patterns within and among species of calanoid copepods. I try to understand factors that affect dispersal and that affect ability to colonize different bodies of water.
Biology Department, Concordia University, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd West., Montreal, Quebec, H5G 1M8
Maly, E.J., H.C. Van Leeuwen & J.Blais. 1994. Some swimming strategies of the calanoid copepod Diaptomus leptopus. Verh. Int. Verein. Limnol. 25:2432-2435.
Nishikawa, T.S. & E.J. Maly. 1996. Factors influencing the degree of sexual size dimorphism within and among calanoid copepod species. Oecologia 107:490-497.
Maly, E.J., S.A. Halse & M.P. Maly. 1997. Distribution and incidence patterns of Boeckella, Hemiboeckella, and Calamoecia (Copepoda: Calanoida) in Western Australia. Mar. Freshw. Res. 48:615-621.
Maly, E.J. & M.P. Maly. 1997. Predation, competition, and co-occurrences of Boeckella and Calamoecia (Copepoda: Calanoida) in Western Australia. Hydrobiologia 354:41-50.
Maly, E.J. & M.P. Maly. 1999. Body size and sexual size dimorphism in calanoid copepods. Hydrobiologia 391:173-179.