Carmen Gabaldon Tebar, Ph.D.
Job Position: Postdoc - Department of Fish and Zooplankton Ecology (FZE)
My research interest focuses on the study of the community and population ecology of zooplankton species using empirical and theoretical approaches. Particularly, I am interested in the study of the factors and mechanisms that operate in the zooplankton community structure and species coexistence.
Biological Sciences degree, University of Valencia, Spain, 2008
Master degree "Biodiversity: Conservation and Evolution", University of Valencia, Spain, 2009.
Ph.D. in Biodiversity, University of Valencia, Spain, 2015
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Gabaldon Tebar C., Buseva Z., Illyová M.,
Seďa J. (2018) Littoral vegetation improves the productivity of drainable fish ponds: Interactive effects of refuge for Daphnia individuals and resting eggs Aquaculture
: 111-118 .
Gabaldon Tebar C., Devetter M.,
Seďa J. (2017) Repeated flood disturbance enhances rotifer dominance and diversity in a zooplankton community of a small dammed mountain pond Journal of Limnology
: 292–304 .
Gabaldon Tebar C., Fontaneto D., Carmona M.J., Montero-Pau J., Serra M. (2017) Ecological differentiation in cryptic rotifer species: what we can learn from the Brachionus plicatilis complex Hydrobiologia