His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Biogeography, Diatom, Endemism and Biological dispersal. His research brings together the fields of Botany and Ecology. The study of Biogeography is intertwined with the study of Glacial period in a number of ways.
In most of his Diatom studies, his work intersects topics such as Microbial mat. His Microbial mat research focuses on subjects like Taxonomy, which are linked to Oceanography. The Metacommunity research Elie Verleyen does as part of his general Biological dispersal study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Biodiversity, Species richness, Southern Hemisphere and Ecosystem, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Elie Verleyen mainly focuses on Ecology, Oceanography, Holocene, Diatom and Biodiversity. His work on Biogeography and Endemism as part of general Ecology study is frequently linked to Diversity, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Oceanography study combines topics in areas such as Glacial period and Peninsula.
Elie Verleyen interconnects Paleoclimatology, Radiocarbon dating, Quaternary and Sea level in the investigation of issues within Holocene. His Diatom study also includes
Elie Verleyen focuses on Ecology, Oceanography, Diversity, Biodiversity and Biogeography. As part of his studies on Ecology, Elie Verleyen often connects relevant areas like Microbial diversity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Glacier, Assemblage, Flemish and Sediment in addition to Oceanography.
Elie Verleyen has included themes like Ecosystem, Species complex and Rare biosphere in his Biodiversity study. In his research on the topic of Biogeography, Southern Hemisphere is strongly related with Navicula. Elie Verleyen has researched Microbial mat in several fields, including Microorganism and Benthic zone.
Arctic, Physical geography, Vegetation, Biogeography and Ecology are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Arctic, such as Tundra, intersects with other areas such as Spelling and Focus. His work carried out in the field of Biogeography brings together such families of science as Zoology, Genus, Phylogenetic tree, Taxon and Endemism.
Zoology is often connected to Southern Hemisphere in his work. His Southern Hemisphere research includes elements of Navicula and Key. In the subject of general Ecology, his work in Ecosystem, Diatom and Global cooling is often linked to Biological dispersal, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
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Historical processes constrain patterns in global diatom diversity.
Wim Vyverman;Elie Verleyen;Koen Sabbe;Koenraad Vanhoutte.
The diversity and distribution of diatoms: from cosmopolitanism to narrow endemism
Pieter Vanormelingen;Elie Verleyen;Wim Vyverman.
Biodiversity and Conservation (2008)
Benthic diatom flora of freshwater and saline lakes in the Larsemann Hills and Rauer Islands, East Antarctica
Koen Sabbe;Elie Verleyen;Da Hodgson;Koenraad Vanhoutte.
Antarctic Science (2003)
Were the Larsemann Hills ice-free through the Last Glacial Maximum?
Da Hodgson;Pe Noon;Wim Vyverman;Cl Bryant.
Antarctic Science (2001)
A community-based geological reconstruction of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum
Michael J Bentley;Colm Ó Cofaigh;John B Anderson;Howard Conway.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2014)
The importance of dispersal related and local factors in shaping the taxonomic structure of diatom metacommunities
Elie Verleyen;Wim Vyverman;Mieke Sterken;Dominic A. Hodgson.
Hidden levels of phylodiversity in Antarctic green algae: further evidence for the existence of glacial refugia
Aaike De Wever;Frederik Leliaert;Elie Verleyen;Pieter Vanormelingen.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2009)
Retreat history of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet since the Last Glacial Maximum
Andrew N. Mackintosh;Elie Verleyen;Philip E. O'Brien;Duanne A. White.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2014)
Evidence for widespread endemism among Antarctic micro-organisms
Wim Vyverman;Elie Verleyen;Annick Wilmotte;Dominic A. Hodgson.
Polar Science (2010)
Late Quaternary climate-driven environmental change in the Larsemann Hills, East Antarctica, multi-proxy evidence from a lake sediment core
Dominic A. Hodgson;Elie Verleyen;Koen Sabbe;Angela H. Squier.
Quaternary Research (2005)
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