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researcher , Marine biologist

Paolo Magni, Italian marine biologist, researcher. Achievements include development of indicators of ocean health; research in role of biodiversity on the functioning on coastal marine ecosystems food web studies; research in international cooperation in the Mediterranean Sea region.

Background

Magni, Paolo was born on July 3, 1961 in Crema, Italy.

Education

Laurea, Genoa University, Italy, 1992. Attended, Okayama University, Japan, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy in Marine Science, Ehime University, Japan, 1998.

Career

European union post-doctoral fellow Kagawa University, Japan, 1999—2000. Researcher Foundation International Marine Centre, Torregrande-Oristano, Italy, 2001—2006, Institute for Coastal Marine Environment, Torregrande-Oristano, Italy, since 2006. European union post-graduate research fellow Netherlands Institute Ecology, Center Estuarine & Marine Ecology, Yerseke, Netherlands, 1993.

Member Magil Crema, 1983—1986. Member benthos ecology ICES Working Group, since 2009. Lecturer Sassari University, 2004—2006.

Coordinator bilateral project Italy China Ecological Impact Assessment Coastal Legoons, since 2010. Science advisor, interpreter Shikoku Shimbun Newspaper, Japan, 1998—2000. Ad hoc study group on benthic indicators expert Intergovtl.

Oceanog. Commission, United Nations Educational, 1999—2005. Steering committee member Foundation International Marine Center, Torregrande, Oristano, Italy, 2002—2006. Expert Monitoring Activities Pollution, Mediterranean Action Plan, Greece, 2005.

Referee international science journals, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of indicators of ocean health. Research in role of biodiversity on the functioning on coastal marine ecosystems food web studies. Research in international cooperation in the Mediterranean Sea region.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor scientific papers in field.

Membership

Member of Italian Association Oceanography & Immunology, Thematic Network LaguNet Ecological Research Transitional Systems, Dissertation Initiative for the Advancement of Limnology and Oceanography Program, Italian Society Ecology, Italian Society Marine Biology.

Connections

Married Maki Tabuchi. 1 child Marina.

spouse:
Maki Tabuchi

child:
Marina Magni