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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Graduate Research Assistant
Department Dept. Biological Sciences
Institution
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel +(716)645-2881
Fax +(716)645-2975
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Website http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~js15/
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Student (Ph.D.) M.Sc. Marine biologist B.Sc.
Job type Research
Research Activities Colonial development of modular organisms. My study systems are gorgonian and hard corals from the Caribbean sea. Corals: Montastraea annularis and Mycethophyllia spp. Gorgonians: Eunicea spp. and Pseudopterogorgia sppe. Gorgonians and black corals habitat distributions. Growth and regenerations of corals and gorgonians. Phylogenetics (both molecular and morphological) and comparative method applied ecological-evolutive problems. Coral Reef ecology. Octocoral and black coral systematics and ecology.
Research Region 35
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Marine Biologist M.Sc. Juan SANCHEZ)

SANCHEZ J.A., J.M. DIAZ &. S. ZEA. 1998. Octocoral and black coral distribution patterns on the barrier reef-complex of Providencia island, Southwestern Caribbean. Caribbean Journal of Science. 34 (3-4): 250-264.
OPRESKO D.M. & J.A. SANCHEZ. 1997. A new species of antipatharian coral (Antipatharia: Cnidaria) from the Caribbean coast of Colombia. Caribbean Journal of Science 33 (1-2):75-81.
SANCHEZ J.A. 1995. Benthic communities and geomorphology of the Tesoro Island reefs, Colombian Caribbean. Anales del Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas de Punta Betín.24: 55-77.
SANCHEZ J.A., S. ZEA &. J.M. DIAZ. 1997. Gorgonian communities of two contrasting environments from oceanic Caribbean atolls. Bulletin of Marine Science. 61(2): 61-72.
SANCHEZ. J.A. 1999. Black coral-octocoral distribution patterns on Imelda Bank, a deep-water reef bank, Colombia, Caribbean sea. Bulletin of Marine Science 65(1): 215-225.

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Created: 1999-09-13 Last Updated: 2010-05-27 by Annelies GROEN