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Anton Van de Putte

  • Science Officer
  • Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
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Research interests

Mesopelagic fishAntarctic Biodiversity

About

Belgian Biodiversity Platform RBINS vautierstraat 27 B-1000 Brussels Belgium

Co-authors (126)

  • SAMET FINDIK
  • Dr Shujaul Mulk Khan
  • Simone Nunes Brandao
  • Renuka Badhe
  • Bruno Danis

Publications (5)

  • Developing priority variables ("ecosystem Essential Ocean Variables" - eEOVs) for observing dynamics and change in Southern Ocean ecosystems

    • Constable A
    • Costa D
    • Schofield O
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  • Lifestyle and Ice: The relationship between ecological specialization and response to Pleistocene climate change

    • Kašparová E
    • Van De Putte A
    • Marshall C
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  • Antarctic macrobenthic communities: A compilation of circumpolar information

    • Gutt J
    • Barnes D
    • Lockhart S
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  • Latitudinal and bathymetric patterns in the distribution and abundance of mesopelagic fish in the Scotia Sea

    • Collins M
    • Stowasser G
    • Fielding S
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  • Distribution, abundance and ecological relevance of pelagic fishes in the Lazarev Sea, Southern Ocean

    • Flores H
    • Van De Putte A
    • Siegel V
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Professional experience

Science Officer

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

June 2011 - Present

Education history

PhD in Sciences (Biology)

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

July 2003 - November 2008(5 years)