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Gil Rilov

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Marine Biology Department, Haifa University

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Marine Biology Department, Haifa University

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Employment History

Senior Scientist

National Institute of Oceanograhy, Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research


Researcher

Oregon , Inc.


Assistant Professor - Senior Reseach and PISCO Science Coordinator

Oregon State University


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http://www.piscoweb.org/directory/directory.jsp

Gil Rilov
rilovg@science.oregonstate.edu Science Coordinator OSU (541) 737 3699


ICSF - Marine Protected Areas | SAMUDRA News Alert

The study, published last month in the American journal Diversity and Distribution, the study was conducted by Dor Edelist of the University of Haifa, together with Dr. Gil Rilov of the Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research Center and Dr. Daniel Golani of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


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Gil Rilov, Oregon State University, USA, and University of Haifa, Israel


http://www.oregonshores.org/history/histevents/rilov060517

The event, free to the public, features Dr. Gil Rilov of Oregon State University, a researcher who specializes in studying rocky shore communities.Dr. Rilov's talk will focus on the creatures of the rocky shoreline, and the ways in which their life cycles connect the shoreline and the sea.He will discuss basic concepts in the ecology of rocky intertidal areas, and the ways in which these areas may be affected by global climate change and other human impacts.


Ecology of Rocky Shorelines -- Slide Presentations — Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition

The events, free to the public, feature Dr. Gil Rilov of Oregon State University, a researcher who specializes in studying rocky shore communities.They are sponsored by the CoastWatch program of the Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition and the PISCO (Partnership for the Interdisciplinary Study of Coastal Oceans) program at OSU.Both presentations begin at 7 p.m.The Yachats event on Tuesday, May 16 will be held at the Yachats Commons on Hwy. 101 in Yachats.In Lincoln City the next day, the presentation will take place at the Lincoln City Community Center Complex, 2150 N.E. Oar Pl.Dr. Rilov's talks will focus on the creatures of the rocky shoreline, and the ways in which their life cycles connect the shoreline and the sea.He will discuss basic concepts in the ecology of rocky intertidal areas, and the ways in which these areas may be affected by global climate change and other human impacts.He will also discuss opportunities for citizens to contribute to research activities, including studies to take place this summer."We believe that by having local residents participate in a scientific research, using simple methods that do not require much training, we can achieve both better science and greater public knowledge and awareness of coastal issues" says Rilov, who is PISCO's science director.For more information about Dr. Rilov's presentations, or about CoastWatch, contact Phillip Johnson, (503) 238-4450, orshores@teleport.com.Dr. Gil Rilov Dr. Rilov conducted his undergraduate and graduate studies at Tel Aviv University in Israel.He did his Master's thesis on the design of artificial reefs for coral reef fishes in the Red Sea, and his Ph.D. dissertation on the impacts by humans on Mediterranean rocky shore ecological communities.In 2000, he received a Fulbright post-doctoral award to go to Duke University in North Carolina, where he studied coral reef fish behavior in the waters of Key West.He then moved to the University of Canterbury in New Zealand were he studied the effects of fish predation on rocky intertidal mussels and the linkage between predation on mussels and their settlement rates.A year ago, he moved to OSU to take a position as a researcher and Science Coordinator with PISCO.


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