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Biodata of Klaas Pauly and Olivier De Clerck, authors of "GIS-Based Environmental Analysis, Remote Sensing, and Niche Modeling of Seaweed Communities"

Dr. Klaas Pauly is currently a Teaching Assistant at the Phycology Research Group, Biology Department in Ghent University, Belgium. He graduated there in 2004, presenting his dissertation on Biogeography and seasonality of macroalgal communities in the Gulf of Oman. As a Ph.D. student, he continued his research in the same group on ecology and biogeography of benthic macroalgae of the Arabian Sea and Gulf of Oman using geographical techniques including remote sensing and ecological niche modeling. His most recent work is on siphonous green algal phylogeography and the evolution of niches using the latter technique, in collaboration with Dr. Heroen Verbruggen.

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