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Edward J. Maly

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.

Mailing address:
Biology Department, Concordia University, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd West., Montreal, Quebec, H5G 1M8

Recent Publications:

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.