User:Jan Willem Broekema

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I worked during my studies on the "grand themes" of biology: evolution, systematics, ecology, (functional) morphology, ethology and philosophy.
I worked during my studies on the "grand themes" of biology: evolution, systematics, ecology, (functional) morphology, ethology and philosophy.
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My primary interest is zoology, so my subjects for study were parasitic wasps, mammals in general, whales and dolphins, but also frogs for example. After I finished my studies I worked on soil pollution and the risks associated with growing food crops in private setting (garden greenery).
My primary interest is zoology, so my subjects for study were parasitic wasps, mammals in general, whales and dolphins, but also frogs for example. After I finished my studies I worked on soil pollution and the risks associated with growing food crops in private setting (garden greenery).
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When the European Cetacean Society was founded in 1987 I added a Computer Support Group. In 1992 this became the Internet Support Group and we set up five (now seven) mailing lists, first on Mailbase and now on Jiscmail [http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk]. In 1993 I designed the first ECS website [http://www.EuropeanCetaceanSociety.eu]. In 2008 I handed the editing and maintenance over to the Council of the ECS and opened this interactive community for the ECS.
When the European Cetacean Society was founded in 1987 I added a Computer Support Group. In 1992 this became the Internet Support Group and we set up five (now seven) mailing lists, first on Mailbase and now on Jiscmail [http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk]. In 1993 I designed the first ECS website [http://www.EuropeanCetaceanSociety.eu]. In 2008 I handed the editing and maintenance over to the Council of the ECS and opened this interactive community for the ECS.
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In 2008 I started this community on OpenWetware to help the members of the ECS to become interactive participants in knowledge sharing.
In 2008 I started this community on OpenWetware to help the members of the ECS to become interactive participants in knowledge sharing.

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Contact Info

Jan Willem Broekema (an artistic interpretation)
Jan Willem Broekema (an artistic interpretation)
  • Jan Willem Broekema
  • European Cetacean Society
  • Web editor ECS
  • Brikkenwal 20
  • NL-2317 GT Leiden, The Neterhlands
  • E jw at broekemaweb dot nl
  • M =31-(0)6-1828.9742

Education

  • 1982, drs. in mathematics and science (biology), University of Leiden

Research interests

I worked during my studies on the "grand themes" of biology: evolution, systematics, ecology, (functional) morphology, ethology and philosophy.

My primary interest is zoology, so my subjects for study were parasitic wasps, mammals in general, whales and dolphins, but also frogs for example. After I finished my studies I worked on soil pollution and the risks associated with growing food crops in private setting (garden greenery).

When the European Cetacean Society was founded in 1987 I added a Computer Support Group. In 1992 this became the Internet Support Group and we set up five (now seven) mailing lists, first on Mailbase and now on Jiscmail [1]. In 1993 I designed the first ECS website [2]. In 2008 I handed the editing and maintenance over to the Council of the ECS and opened this interactive community for the ECS.

In 2008 I started this community on OpenWetware to help the members of the ECS to become interactive participants in knowledge sharing.

  • Jan Willem 15:14, 13 June 2008 (UTC)

Publications

  1. Report marine biology excursion Norway 1978.-- Subfaculty Biology. Rijksuniversiteit Leiden: 1-39. [1980]
  2. Thar she blows! Determineertabel voor tandwalvissen (Odontoceti).-- Het Zeepaard 42 (4): 94-105. [1982]
  3. Bodemverontreiniging en voedingsgewassen.-- Afdeling Milieu, Provinciale Waterstaat Zuid Holland: 1-72. [1983]
  4. Catalogue of Cetacea in the Collection of the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie, Leiden.-- Zool. Meded. 57 (7): 67-79 [1983]
  5. Walvissen en dolfijnen.-- Booklet for the Waldo (=whale/dolphin) exhibition. Reprinted per exhibition. [1983-1986]
  6. Exhibition Waldo.-- Interview on Radio Gent (B). [1984]
  7. Walvissen en dolfijnen van de Indische Oceaan en Indonesische wateren.-- Graphic determination tables for the Snellius II expedition to Indonesia by the National Museum for Natural History. [1984]
  8. De Bruinvis in Nederlandse wateren.-- Bruinvis Symposium Oostende VVBZ 1985. [1985]
  9. Kanttekeningen bij Strandingen.-- Marswin 7 (4): 137-142. [1986]
  10. + C. Smeenk (eds), 1987. Report of the 1987 Meeting, Hirtshals, Denmark. The European Cetacean Society. [1987]
  11. On the Collecting and Exchange of Information on Cetacean Strandings.-- Lutra 30: 109-112. [1987]
  12. Publication on strandings in Natuur & Techniek. [1988]

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