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Thomas Boll Kristensen CV

Personal data:

Full name:       Thomas Boll Kristensen

Date of birth:   13-10-1977

Title:                    cand.scient. biology, PhD

 

Address:

Tordenskjoldsgade 18, 1.                       Cell:         (+45) 51841310 // (+90) 543 7125569

8700 Horsens                                         Mail:        boll.tk@gmail.com


 

 

Education:

  • PhD* 2010, University of Southern Denmark (SDU). Title: Response of macroinvertebrates in lakes to biomanipulation and climate change.
  • MSc 2006, University of Aarhus. Title: Mulige effekter af et varmere klima og eutrofiering på tre arter af danske makroinvertebrater, Cloeon inscriptum, Lymnaea peregra og L. stagnalis (Effects of increased Temperature and Eutrophication on three Species of Danish Freshwater Macroinvertebrates, Cloeon inscriptum, Lymnaea peregra and L. stagnalis).
  • BSc 2004, University of Aarhus, Project in the course: The Biogeography and Macroecology of Plants.

* Conducted as collaboration between SDU and the National Environmental Institute (NERI)

 

PhD courses:

  • Literature study: The role of macroinvertebrates in food webs of shallow lakes (In Danish: Makroinvertebraternes rolle i lavvandede søers fødenet - 5 ECTS), 2009
  • Practical course in oral scientific communication (In Danish: Praktisk grundkursus i mundtlig videnskabsformidling - 3 ECTS), 2009
  • Generalized linear models (10 ECTS), 2008
  • A guided tour of essential statistical methods for environmental scientists (5 ECTS), 2008
  • Written and oral presentation skills for environmental scientists (5 ECTS), 2007
  • Environmental strategies and solutions (2 ECTS), 2007

 

Other courses:

  • Project management (In Danish: Projektstyring – 10 ECTS), Business Academy Aarhus, 2010
  • Additional courses are listed in the BSc and MSc transcripts.

 

Relevant working experience:

  • Post Doc, Middle East Technical University, Ankara. 2013-2014
  • Consultant (biologist), COWI A/S. 2011- 2013
  • PhD student, Institute of Biology. University of Southern Denmark. 2007-2010
    • Including a 4,5 month stay in Uruguay at the Universidad de la República
  • Research assistant, Department of Freshwater Ecology, NERI, 2006-2007
  • Biologist, County of Aarhus, 2006
  • Student assistant, County of Aarhus, 2002-2006
  • Student assistant, County of Northern Jutland, 2002

 


Field work experience:

  • Experience from fieldwork in Danish lakes and streams
  • Conducted four weeks of fieldwork near Tacuarembo in Uruguay. January-February 2009
  • Conducted three weeks of field work near the Pastaza River and the Urituyacu River in the northern part of the Peruvian Amazon. July-August 2003

 

Teaching experience:

  • Teacher, Aquatic Ecology, University of Southern Denmark, Autumn 2007 and 2008
  • Teacher, “Strandeng” (vegetation analysis on salt marsh), University of Southern Denmark, August 2007, 2008, and 2009

 

Reviewer experience:

  • Reviews for the international journals: Hydrobiologia and Boreal Environment Research

 

Volunteer:

  • Guest researcher in the Ecoinformatics & Biodiversity Group, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University. 6 weeks, 2011
  • Volunteer at the biological station Jatun Sacha in Ecuador. 4 weeks, 2000

 

 List of Publications

 

Papers in refereed journals:

Boll, T., Johansson, L.S., Lauridsen, T.L., Landkildehus, F., Davidson, T.A., Søndergaard, M., Andersen, F.Ø. Jeppesen, E. 2012. Changes in benthic macroinvertebrate abundance and lake isotope (C, N) signals following biomanipulation: an 18-year study in shallow Lake Væng, Denmark. Hydrobiologia 686: 135-145.

 

Boll, T., Balayla, D., Andersen, F.Ø. and Jeppesen, E. 2012. Macroinvertebrates on artificial plants: response to fish removal and potential ecosystem consequences. Hydrobiologia 679: 175-186.

 

Boll, T., Svenning, J.-C., Vormisto, J., Normand, S., Grández, C., Balslev, H. 2005. Spatial distribution and environmental preferences of the piassaba palm Aphandra natalia (Arecaceae) along the Pastaza and Urituyacu rivers in Peru. Forest Ecology and Management 213: 175-183.

 

Other publications:

Erik Jeppesen, Kirsten Christoffersen, Lars Kamp-Nielsen, Frank Landkildehus, Torben L. Lauridsen, Thomas Boll Kristensen, Lone Liboriussen, Mariana Meerhoff, Asger Roer Pedersen, Martin Søndergaard og Morten Søndergaard. Kap. 6 - Klimaforandringers betydning for søer. In: Søndergaard, M., Kronvang, B., Pejrup, M. & Sand-Jensen K. (Red.). 2006. Vand og vejr om 100 år. Forlaget Hovedland. In Danish

 

Oral presentations:

Boll, T., Johansson, L.S. & Jeppesen, E. 2009. Changes in stable isotope ratios of benthic macroinvertebrates when Lake Væng shifted between two alternative states. Nordic Benthological Society (NORBS) Meeting. Tartu, Estland.

 

Boll, T., Lauridsen, T.L., Søndergaard, M., Hansen, K.S., Landkildehus, F. & Jeppesen, E. 2008. Response of benthic macroinvertebrates to biomanipulation in shallow Lake Væng, Denmark: changes in density and stable isotope signals. Shallow Lakes Conference 2008 – Punta del Este, Uruguay.

 

Boll, T., Jeppesen, E., Liboriussen, L., Lauridsen, T. & Landkildehus, F. 2006. Mulige effekter af et varmere klima og eutrofiering på tre danske makroinvertebrater, Cloeon inscriptum, Lymnaea peregra og L. stagnalis. Ferskvandssymposium 2006 – Institute of Biology, Aarhus University. In Danish.

 

Boll, T., Levi, E.E., Tavşanoğlu, Ü.N., Bezirci, G., Özuluğ, M., Çakıroğlu, A.İ.,  Erdoğan, Ş., Özcan, S., Aslan, Ü., & Beklioğlu, M. 2013. Ülkemiz Sığ Göllerinin Yerel ve İstilacı Balık Faunası ve Faunayı Etkileyen Faktörler. Türkiye İstilacı Tatlısu Türleri Çalıştayı: Ulusal Eylem Planı. T. C. İstanbul Üniversitesi Kongre Merkezi Fatih, İstanbul

 

 

Poster presentations:

Boll, T., K. Reitze, F.Ø. Andersen, M. Søndergaard, E. Jeppesen. 2008. Chironomus plumosus’ påvirkning af næringsstofflukse i restaurerede søer. Ferskvandssymposium 2006. Institute of Biology, Aarhus University. In Danish.

 

Boll, T., K. Reitze, F.Ø. Andersen, M. Søndergaard, E. Jeppesen. 2007. The effects of bioturbation on nutrient fluxes. Nordic Benthological Society (NORBS) Meeting. Kalmar, Sweden.