Ulrich Saint-Paul

Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Germany


Ulrich Saint-Paul has studied natural sciences at the University of Munich, Munich, Germany, from 1969 to 1970. He studied the basics of chemistry, physics, zoology, and botany at the University of Hamburg, Germany, from 1973 to 1976. He graduated in 1976 in biology with a Diploma of Biology, corresponding the M.S. degree in biology (1975–1976). Dr. Saint-Paul wrote his Diploma thesis on “German eel fishery for stocking purposes” in 1982. Since 1989, he has been holding the formal admission as an Academic Lecturer (habilitation) in the field of hydrobiology and fisheries science at the University of Hamburg. He also obtained his M.S. degree and his Ph.D. degree in biology with specialization in hydrobiology and fisheries sciences. He is a Senior Scientist in aquatic ecology and a Deputy Director of the Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology in Bremen, Germany. He also occupied the post of a Full Professor of marine ecology at the University of Bremen. He has got an over twenty-year work experience in the tropics, especially in South America (Brazil) and Southeast Asia. He is a coordinator of several integrated international research projects and a Specialist in mangrove ecology, tropical aquaculture, fisheries science, and floodplain ecology. Dr. Saint-Paul is an author of a significant number of scientific publications and an editor and coeditor of international scientific journals. He has an academic teaching experience in the field of fishery science and tropical aquatic ecology, and he supervised many M.S. and Ph.D. students.

Biography Updated on 31 March 2013

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