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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 17–18.
Published: 02 January 2020
... F. Saldarriaga; Rhea Sanders; Racquel A. Singh; David R. Smith; Jürgen F. H. Strassert; India Stephenson; Mitchell J. Syberg-Olsen; Vera Tai; Denis V. Tikhonenkov; Niels W. L. Van Steenkiste; Matthew Whalen; Thomas A. Whelan; Donald K. Wong Copyright © 2020 AEHMS 2020 Denis, It’s...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 10–13.
Published: 02 January 2020
...T. Ryan Gregory Copyright © 2020 AEHMS 2020 The news of the sudden passing of Dr. Denis Lynn came as a great shock to members of his former Department at the University of Guelph. Denis had spent the bulk of his career here, having completed his undergraduate degree in marine biology...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 14–16.
Published: 02 January 2020
...M. Munawar While contemplating what to write about my late colleague Denis, whose many outstanding contributions have left an everlasting fingerprint on our knowledge of Great Lakes ciliates, foodwebs and general ecology, I had a sudden leap down memory lane. It all started when our...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 21–24.
Published: 02 January 2020
...Klaus Hausmann Copyright © 2020 AEHMS 2020 According to my files from many years ago, my first contact with Denis Lynn dates back to February 1974, when he sent me a letter with questions related to extrusomes in ciliates, the topic of my doctoral thesis. Denis was in the completion...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 25–28.
Published: 02 January 2020
...Gaytha A. Langlois Copyright © 2020 AEHMS 2020 I first met Denis Lynn over 45 years ago at a meeting of the Society of Protozoologists (now known as the International Society of Protistologists - ISOP), when he was a graduate student working with John Corliss and Eugene Small...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 34.
Published: 02 January 2020
...Z. Shen Copyright © 2020 AEHMS 2020 Although Dr. Denis H. Lynn was not my manager, he was an old friend of my supervisor, Professor Weibo Song and his group. I got to know Dr. Lynn when I first started ciliate taxonomy research, as a new postgraduate student of Professors Song...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 29–31.
Published: 02 January 2020
... of protistology was only one of the many advantages of working with Denis. There was no doubt that we had ‘hit the jackpot’ in so many other ways. The graduate student experience with Denis was much more than our training and development as good scientists and protistologists. Denis was – above all else...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 32–33.
Published: 02 January 2020
...E. Gentekaki Copyright © 2020 AEHMS 2020 Writing this piece, I was faced with a question: how to put on paper and adequately express the type of mentor Denis was. Good mentorship is something that everyone hears about but only disproportionately few ever experience. As PhD students...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 8–9.
Published: 02 January 2020
...William D. Taylor Copyright © 2020 AEHMS 2020 Denis Lynn had begun his PhD research with Jacques Berger at the Zoology Department at the University of Toronto when I arrived in the lab as a keen undergraduate interested in protozoa. Jacques had at least one student before Denis, Peter...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2020) 23 (1): 5–7.
Published: 02 January 2020
...Michaela C. Strüder-Kypke Copyright © 2020 AEHMS 2020 Of course, there is no way to capture Denis’ life ‘at a glance’: his contributions to our understanding of ciliate biology and his influence on so many people, at both the personal and the professional level, have been tremendous...
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Published: 02 January 2020
Figure 1. Denis towards the end of his doctorate. More
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Figure 3. Denis and the phycologist Øjvind Moestrup (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) discussing protistological problems during the 25 th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Protozoology, in Berlin, 2006. More
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Figure 5. Denis and his wife Portia deep in scientific conversation with ciliatologist Hans Machemer (University of Bochum, Germany) at the International Wendlandian Symposium – Five Decades of Basic Research on Cilia/Flagella and Ciliates/Flagellates, in Lüchow/Loge, Germany, 2012. More
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Published: 02 January 2020
Figure 1. Denis Lynn’s academic family, fondly referred to as the ‘Lynnaean Society’. More
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Figure 4. Denis, Klaus Hausmann and Stephen Wickham gossiping during the Congress Dinner of the VI European Congress of Protistology, Berlin, 2011. More
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Figure 1: David Montagnes, Denis Lynn and Robert Sanders enjoying an afternoon break at the 2012 ISOP Meeting in Oslo, Norway. Photo by G.A. Langlois. More
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Published: 02 January 2020
Pictures from top to bottom, left to right: Denis on Irish Beach, Ireland, 2017 Denis, Christmas 2017 Denis and Portia in France, 2015 Denis at Jefferson Basin, 1973 Denis, Thomas Weisse, Ulrike Scheffel pose with Gustav Klimt statue, Austria, 2015 ‘Old Jeremiah’, campus canon at UoG, painted More
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Figure 2. Pictorial entry in our guestbook drawn by Denis when he visited us in Berlin, October 1993. More
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2003) 6 (4): 455–464.
Published: 01 December 2003
..., and generally denied access to decision-making forums. Many constraints on action were identified, most obviously resource constraints, but also critical technical, authority and political constraints acting on officials, whilst most resource users and civil society organisations were operating under economic...
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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (2010) 13 (1): 3–10.
Published: 26 February 2010
.... Though not denying that a drastic reduction in the number of native species occurred, the much hyped extinction could be a result of a lack of adequate information on taxonomy and ecology of the haplochromines as well. Copyright © AEHMS 2010 exotic introductions ecological changes hybridisation...
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