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Severus-Daniel Covaciu-Marcov

Universitatea din Oradea, Facultatea de Stiinte, Oradea, Romania

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Born: 1979

Interests: romanian herpetofauna, distribution, ecology

Details: Degree (2000): Biology (research and pedagogy), University of Oradea, Faculty of Science, Oradea, Romania. With the B.Sc. Thesis: Contributions to the knowledge of the Low Crisul Negru rivers herpetofauna (in Romanian)
Doctoral degree (2004): Biology, University "Babes-Bolyai", Cluj-Napoca, Romania with the Doctoral Thesis: Study of the herpetofauna from the West Plain and the Western slide of Apuseni Mountains (Biogeographical and Ecological implications) (in Romanian)

Position: Lecturer, University of Oradea, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology
Teaching: Biogeography, Human Anatomy

Published books: 2
Published articles: 70 - prime and coauthor
Grant's: 5 - member
Citation's: over 75

Editorial activity:
From 2005 editor in chief of North-Western Journal of Zoology -this journal in: Zoological Record (Institute for Scientific Information - ISI), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Zoological Record Plus (BIOSIS and CSA - Cambridge Scientific Abstracts), Ulrich's International Periodicals Directory, and listed in: Genamics JournalSeek, ZDB Opac. The journal N West J Zool is covered for the year 2005, as "C" by the Romanian National University Research Council (CNCSIS)

Selected publications:
• Covaciu-Marcov, S. D., Ghira, I., Cupsa, D., Sas, I. . Feeding habits of Rana ridibunda Pallas 1771 (Anura, Ranidae) during winter at thermal sources from Bihor county (Romania). Russian Journal of Herpetology, 12 (2), pp. 91-97, 2005.
• Covaciu-Marcov, S. D., Ghira, I., Ardeleanu, A., Cogalniceanu, D. . Studies on the influence of thermal water from Western Romania upon Amphibian. Biota, 4 (1-2), pp. 9-20, 2003.


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