Carmen Gabaldon Tebar, Ph.D.

Job Position: Postdoc - Department of Fish and Zooplankton Ecology (FZE)

Contact details

Phone: 387775892
Room: 026


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.

Curriculum vitae

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

Total found: 4 records
Gabaldon Tebar C., Devetter M., Hejzlar J., Šimek K., Znachor P., Nedoma J., Seďa J. (2019) Seasonal strengths of the abiotic and biotic drivers of a zooplankton community Freshwater Biology 64 : 1326–1341.
DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13308
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 485 : 111-118 .
DOI: 10.1016/j.aquaculture.2017.11.027
Gabaldon Tebar C., Devetter M., Hejzlar J., Šimek K., Znachor P., Nedoma J., Seďa J. (2017) Repeated flood disturbance enhances rotifer dominance and diversity in a zooplankton community of a small dammed mountain pond Journal of Limnology 76 : 292–304 .
DOI: 10.4081/jlimnol.2016.1544
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 796 : 7–18.
DOI: 10.1007/s10750-016-2723-9


Biology Centre CAS
Institute of Hydrobiology
Na Sádkách 702/7
370 05 České Budějovice

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