Curriculum vitae

JOÃO CANNING-CLODE

 

 

1- MARE- Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre. Quinta do Lorde Marina, Sítio da Piedade, 9200-044 Caniçal, Madeira, Portugal

 

2- Center of IMAR, Department of Oceanography and Fisheries, University of the Azores, Potugal

 

3- Research Associate, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC), Edgewater, MD, USA.

 

Funded by:

Languages

Portuguese

English

​Spanish

EDUCATION

 

2005 - 2008: Ph.D. in Marine Sciences - Biological Oceanography. Christian Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany.

Advisor: Martin Wahl. Graduated magna cum laude.

 

1999 - 2005: MSc. in Biology (‘Licenciatura’). University of Madeira, Portugal.

Advisor: Manfred Kaufmann.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

2013 - 2014 – Invited Assistant Professor, University of Madeira, Portugal.

 

2012 - present: Postdoctoral fellow at IMAR / Department of Oceanography and Fisheries, University of the Azores, Portugal and Center of Oceanography, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon

 

2012 - 2015: Research Associate, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC), Edgewater, MD, USA.

 

2009 - 2011: Postdoctoral fellow, Marine Invasions Research Lab, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC), Edgewater, MD, USA and Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), Panama.

Advisors: Gregory Ruiz and Mark Torchin.

 

2008 - 2009: Postdoctoral researcher, Leibniz Institute for Marine Sciences (IFM-GEOMAR), University of Kiel, Germany.

Advisor: Martin Wahl.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

2013: Mentor to Filipa Paiva and Jenni Grossmann, Global Approach by Modular Experiments (GAME project). Project title: Effects of microplastic particles in coastal environments. IMAR – Instituto do Mar, Marine Biology Station of Funchal, Madeira, Portugal.

 

2012: Mentor to Antonio Des Pérez in the framework of the INNOVA MOVILIDAD - Leonardo da Vinci Mobilty Programme. Center of Oceanography, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal.

 

2011 - 2012: Adjunct Faculty: Miami University, Miami, OH, USA. Through Project Dragonfly's Master's Instructional Team, I am instructing the web-based graduate level course, “Issues in Biodiversity”.

 

2012: Mentor to Filipa Paiva and Marie Garcia, Global Approach by Modular Experiments (GAME project). Project title: Do adverse conditions during transport select for stress-tolerant genotypes in founder populations of non-native invertebrates? Center of Oceanography, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal.

 

2011: Mentor to Tiffany Pasco and Imbarini Raraswati, Global Approach by Modular Experiments (GAME project). Project title: Which impact does ecological resource predictability have on distribution patterns of marine species? Marine Invasions Research Lab, SERC, USA.

 

2010: Mentor to Anne Phillip and Florian von Bechtolsheim, Global Approach by Modular Experiments (GAME project). Project title: Invasive marine organisms: Are populations living in an invaded habitat more resistant against environmental stress than their counterparts in the source regions? Marine Invasions Research Lab, SERC, USA.

 

2009: Mentor to Ricardo Jardim, Global Approach by Modular Experiments (GAME project). Project title: Are populations in anthropogenically stressed habitats more susceptible to damage from climate change? University of Madeira, Funchal, Portugal.

 

2008: Teaching Assistant, course in Experimental Design & Statistics, level II: Community Ecology for graduate students held at the University of Madeira, Funchal, Portugal.

 

2007: Instructor, lectures in modular experiments on a global scale for Ph.D students. Part of the lecturing team in “Course in tidal flat ecology: Field experiments as a tool for marine research” held at the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) for Polar and Marine Research, Wadden Sea Station, Sylt, Germany.

 

2007: Teaching Assistant, theoretical and practical lectures in Marine Ecology and Biological Oceanography for undergraduate students, University of Kiel, Germany.

 

2006: Instructor, practical course for undergraduate students in Basic Statistics in the framework of the BIO-OCEAN Program - a joint program of the University of Southern Denmark and the University of Kiel, Germany.

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Peer Reviewed:

González-Moreno P, Lazzaro L, ...Canning- Clode J, …& Kenis M (2019) Consistency of impact assessment protocols for non-native species. NeoBiota 44: 1–25.

Ramalhosa, P., I. Gestoso, B. Duarte, I. Caçador & J. Canning-Clode (2019) Metal pollution affects both native and non-indigenous biofouling recruitment in a subtropical island system. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 141, 373-386.​ DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2019.02.072

Lenz, M., Ahmed, Y., Canning-Clode, J., Díaz, E., Eichhorn, A., Fabritzek, A., Gama, B., Gracia, M., Juterzenka, K., Kraufvelin, P., Machura, S., Oberschelp, L., Paiva, F., Penna, M., Ribeiro, F., Thiel, M., Wohlgemuth, D., Zamani, N. and Wahl, M. (2018). Heat challenges can enhance population tolerance to thermal stress in mussels: a potential mechanism by which ship transport can increase species invasiveness. Biological Invasions. doi.org/10.1007/s10530-018-1762-8

Sangil C, Martis G, Hernández J, Alves F, Neto A, Ribeiro C, León-Cisneros K, Canning-Clode J, Rosas-Alquicira E, Mendoza J, Titley I, Wallenstein F, Couto R, and Kaufmann M. (2018). Shallow subtidal macroalgae in the North-eastern Atlantic archipelagos (Macaronesian region): a spatial approach to community structure. European Journal of Phycology. https://doi.org/10.1080/09670262.2017.1385098

Riera L, Ramalhosa P, Canning-Clode J, Gestoso I,. (2018). Variability in the settlement of non-indigenous species in benthic communities from an oceanic island. Helgoland Marine Research 72:15 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1186/s10152-018-0517-3

Gestoso, I., Ramalhosa, P. and Canning-Clode, J. (2018) Biotic effects during the settlement process of non-indigenous species in marine benthic communities. Aquatic Invasions. Volume 13, Issue 2: 247–259 DOI:https://doi.org/10.3391/ai.2018.13.2.06

Ramalhosa P, Nebra A, Gestoso I and Canning-Clode J. (2017). First record of the non-indigenous isopods (Holmes, 1904) and Stebbing, 1905 (Isopoda, Sphaeromatidae) for Madeira Island. Crustaceana. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1163/15685403-00003727

Sá E, Costa PF, Fonseca LC, Alves AS, Castro N, Cabral SS, Chainho P, Canning-Clode J, Melo P, Pombo AM, Costa JL. (2017). Trade of live bait in Portugal and risks of introduction of non-indigenous species associated to importation. Ocean and Coastal Management 146: 121-128 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S096456911630326X

Gestoso I, Ramalhosa P, Oliveira P, Canning-Clode J. (2017) Marine protected communities against biological invasions: A case study from an offshore island. Marine Pollution Bulletin. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.03.017

Canning-Clode J, Carlton JT. Refining and expanding global climate change scenarios in the sea: Poleward creep complexities, range termini, and setbacks and surges. Diversity Distrib. 2017;00:1–11. https://doi.org/10.1111/ddi.12551

 

Souto, J., Ramalhosa, P. & Canning-Clode, J. (2016). Three non-indigenous species from Madeira harbors, including a new species of Parasmittina (Bryozoa). Marine Biodiversity doi:10.1007/s12526-016-0592-0

Ramalhosa P, Souto J, Canning-Clode J, (2016). Diversity of Bugulidae (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata) colonizing artificial substrates in the Madeira Archipelago (NE Atlantic Ocean) Helgoland Marine Research, (), 1-20 (DOI:10.1186/s10152-016-0465-8)

Brennecke D, Duarte B, Paiva F, Caçador I and Canning-Clode J (2016). Microplastics as a vector for heavy metal contamination in the marine system. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. In press

 

Fowler AE, Blakeslee AMH, Canning-Clode J, Repetto MF, Phillip AM, Carlton JT, Moser FC, Ruiz GM, Miller AW (2016). Opening Pandora’s bait box: a potent vector for biological invasions of live marine species. Diversity and Distributions 22: 30-42.

 

Ramalhosa P, & Canning-Clode J, (2015) The invasive caprellid Caprella scaura Templeton, 1836 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Caprellidae) arrives to Madeira Island, Portugal. BioInvasions Records Volume 4, Issue 2: 97-102 http://dx.doi.org/10.3391/bir.2015.4.2.05

 

Ojaveer H, Galil BS, Campbell ML, Carlton JT, Canning-Clode J, Cook EJ, Davidson AD, Hewitt CL, Jelmert A, Marchini A, McKenzie CH, Minchin D, Occhipinti-Ambrogi A, Olenin S, Ruiz G. (2015). Classification of non-indigenous species based on their impacts: the marine perspective. PloS Biology 13(4): e1002130

 

Javier Souto Manfred J. kaufmann, Canning-Clode J. (2015). New species and new records of bryozoans from shallow waters of Madeira Island Zootaxa 3925 (4): 581–593 http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3925.4.7

 

Ramalhosa P, Camacho-Cruz K, Bastida-Zavala R, Canning-Clode J, (2014) First record of Branchiomma bairdi McIntosh, 1885 (Annelida: Sabellidae) from Madeira Island, Portugal (northeastern Atlantic Ocean) BioInvasions Records Volume 3, Issue 4: 235-239 http://dx.doi.org/10.3391/bir.2014.3.4.04

 

Ramalhosa P, Canning-Clode J, Biscoito M, (2014) First record of Pisa carinimana (Decapoda: Epialtidae) from  Madeira Island (Northeastern Atlantic Ocean) BOCAGIANA Museu de História Nacional do Funchal 239: 1-7 ISSN 2183-3141 (online edition)

 

Ojaveer H, Galil BS, Minchin D, Olenin S, Amorim A, Canning-Clode J, Chainho P, Copp GH, Gollasch S, Jelmert A, Lehtiniemi M, McKenzie C, Mikus J, Miossec L,  Occhipinti-Ambrogi A, Pecarevic M, Pederson J, Quilez-Badia G, Wijsman JW, Zenetos A (2013). Ten recommendations for advancing the assessment and management of non-indigenous species in marine ecosystems. Marine Policy. (in press)

 

Canning-Clode J, Souto J, McCann L (2013). First record of Celleporaria brunnea (Bryozoa: Lepraliellidae) in Portugal and in the East Atlantic. Marine Biodiversity Records  6: e108

 

Canning-Clode J, Fofonoff P, McCann L, Carlton JT, Ruiz GM (2013). Marine invasions on a subtropical island: Fouling studies and new records in a recent marina on Madeira Island (Eastern Atlantic Ocean). Aquatic Invasions 8(3): 261–270

 

Canning-Clode J, Fowler AE, Byers JE, Carlton JT, Ruiz GM (2011). 'Caribbean Creep' chills out: climate change and marine invasive species. PLoS ONE 6(12): e29657. Note: This publication was featured in Nature Climate Change, February 2012, as ‘Research Highlight’.

 

Simberloff, D., Alexander, J., Allendorf, F., ..... Canning-Clode, J., ....... (2011). Non-natives – 141 scientists object. Nature 475: 36.

 

Blakeslee AMH, Canning-Clode J, Lind E, Quilez-Badia G (2011). Biological invasions in the 21st century: ecological impacts, predictions, and management across the land and sea. Environmental Research 111: 891-892.

 

Canning-Clode J, Fofonoff P, Riedel GF, Torchin M, Ruiz GM (2011). The effects of copper pollution on fouling assemblage diversity: a tropical-temperate comparison. PLoS ONE 6(3): e18026.

 

Canning-Clode J, Maloney KO, McMahon SM, Wahl M (2010). Expanded view on the local-regional richness relationship by incorporating functional richness and time – a large scale perspective. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19: 875-885.

 

Wirtz P, Canning-Clode J (2009). The invasive bryozoan Zoobotryon verticillatum has arrived at Madeira Island. Aquatic Invasions 4 (4): 669-670.

 

Canning-Clode J, Bellou N, Kaufmann MJ, Wahl M (2009). Local-regional richness relationship in fouling assemblages – effects of succession. Basic and Applied Ecology 10: 745–753.

 

Canning-Clode J, Valdivia N, Molis M, Thomason JC, Wahl M (2008) Estimation of regional richness in marine benthic communities: quantifying the error. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 6: 580-590.

 

Canning-Clode J, Kaufmann M, Molis M, Lenz M, Wahl M (2008). Influence of disturbance and nutrient enrichment on early successional fouling communities in an oligotrophic marine system. Marine Ecology 29: 115- 124.

 

Conference Proceedings:

Canning-Clode  J, Maloney KO, McMahon SM, Wahl M (2010). Expanded view on the local- regional richness relationship by incorporating functional richness and time – a large scale perspective. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19: 875-885.

 

Wirtz P, Canning-Clode  J (2009). The invasive bryozoan Zoobotryon verticillatum has arrived at

Madeira Island. Aquatic Invasions 4 (4): 669-670.

 

Canning-Clode J, Bellou N, Kaufmann MJ, Wahl M (2009). Local-regional richness relationship in fouling assemblages – effects of succession. Basic and Applied Ecology 10: 745–753.

 

Canning-Clode  J, Valdivia N, Molis M, Thomason JC, Wahl M (2008) Estimation of regional richness   in  marine   benthic   communities:   quantifying   the  error.   Limnology   and Oceanography: Methods 6: 580-590.

 

Canning-Clode  J, Kaufmann M, Molis M, Lenz M, Wahl M (2008). Influence of disturbance and nutrient enrichment on early successional fouling communities in an oligotrophic marine system. Marine Ecology 29: 115- 124.

 

 

Papers submitted or in review:

Schlöder C, Canning-Clode J, Torchin ME, Ruiz GM (2013). Salinity tolerance and first report of a recently detected invasive species, Anomia peruviana (Anomiidae), in the Caribbean. Aquatic Invasions (in review)

 

 

Books / Edited Works

Canning-Clode J (Ed), Biological Invasions in Changing Ecosystems: Vectors, Ecological Impacts, Management and Predictions (2016). De Gruyter Open. 474pp

 

 

Books Chapters

Canning-Clode J (2016). General Introduction – Aquatic and terrestrial biological invasions in the 21st century. In Biological Invasions in Changing Ecosystems: Vectors, Ecological Impacts, Management and Predictions. Ed. Canning-Clode J. De Gruyter Open. 13-20.

Canning-Clode J, Paiva F. (2016). Part I - Biogeography and vectors of biological invasions. In Biological Invasions in Changing Ecosystems: Vectors, Ecological Impacts, Management and Predictions. Ed. Canning-Clode J. De Gruyter Open. 21-23.

Canning-Clode J, Paiva F. (2016). Part II - Biological invasions in aquatic ecosystems and in host parasite systems. In Biological Invasions in Changing Ecosystems: Vectors, Ecological Impacts, Management and Predictions. Ed. Canning-Clode J. De Gruyter Open. 135-137.

Canning-Clode J, Paiva F. (2016). Part III - Management and control of biological invasions. In Biological Invasions in Changing Ecosystems: Vectors, Ecological Impacts, Management and Predictions. Ed. Canning-Clode J. De Gruyter Open. 276-278.

Canning-Clode J, Paiva F. (2016). Part IV - Predictions and new tools in biological invasions. In Biological Invasions in Changing Ecosystems: Vectors, Ecological Impacts, Management and Predictions. Ed. Canning-Clode J. De Gruyter Open. 365-367.

 

Canning-Clode J, Sugden H. Assessing fouling assemblages (2013). In Biofouling Methods. Eds. Thomason J, Dobretsov S, Williams DN. Wiley-Blackwell. Oxford. In press.

 

Canning-Clode J, Wahl M, (2010) Patterns of Fouling on a Global Scale. In: Biofouling,(eds Dürr S, Thomason J. Wiley-Blackwell. Oxford. 73-86.

 

Dürr S, Thomason JC, Butler A, Canning-Clode J, Coutts A, Cowie P, Dobretsov S, Lewis J, Page M, Pratten J, Ready D, Rittschof D, Spratt D, Terlizzi A (2010) Techniques for the Quantification of Fouling. In: Biofouling, (eds Dürr S, Thomason J). Wiley-Blackwell.Oxford. 319-332.

 

Canning-Clode J, (2009) Latitudinal patterns of species richness in hard-bottom communities. In: Hard Bottom Communities, (ed Wahl M) Ecological Studies 2009, Springer Verlag Heidelberg. 81-87.

 

 

Scientific notes

Canning-Clode J, Biofixação. National Geographic - Portugal. 08-2009.

 

 

Theses

Canning-Clode J, (2008). Global diversity patterns in marine fouling communities  - exploring latitudinal effects and the local-regional richness relationship. PhD Thesis. Christian- Albrechts-University of Kiel. Kiel, Germany.

 

                                                                                     

Canning-Clode J, (2005). Interactive effects of productivity and disturbance on the diversity of hard-bottom communities in the south coast of Madeira Island. MS Thesis. Biology Department. University of Madeira.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS and SERVICE

 

Affiliations:

2012  -  2015:  Research   Associate,   Smithsonian   Environmental   Research   Center  (SERC), Edgewater, MD, USA.

 

2009 - 2011: Associate researcher, Centre of Marine and Environmental  Research (CIIMAR), Portuguese Marine Sciences Associate Laboratory, Portugal.

 

2006 - 2009: Member, Centre of Macaronesian Studies (CEM), Portugal.

 

 

Professional societies:

2010 - present: Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

 

2010 - present: Member, Ecological Society of America (ESA).

 

2008:  Member,  Integrated  School  of  Ocean  Sciences  (ISOS),  Future  Ocean  Kiel  Marine

Sciences, Germany.

 

2006 - present: Member, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO).

 

2005 - present: Graduated member, Biologist’s Professional Association, Portugal.

 

2002 - present: Member, Portuguese Society for the Study of Birds (SPEA).

 

 

Service:

2013 - reviewer for ‘Prémio Fluviário 2012 Jovem Cientista do Ano’, Fluviário do Mora, Portugal.

 

2008 - present: reviewer for Ecology Letters; PLoS ONE; Marine Ecology Progress Series; Biofouling; Ecosphere; Environmental Research; Marine Environmental Research; Journal of Sea Research; Marine Biodiversity; Journal of Agricultural and Marine Sciences. Guest Editor for a special issue on Biological Invasions for Environmental Research.

 

2011 - 2012 – Executive Committee, Portuguese American Post-Graduate Society (PAPS).

 

2010 - present: Washington DC chapter leader, Portuguese American Post-Graduate Society (PAPS).

 

2009 - present: Member, Portuguese American Post-Graduate Society (PAPS).

 

2007: Staff member, 42nd European Marine Biology Symposium (EMBS), Kiel, Germany

 

2007: Chair, in one of the 42nd European Marine Biology Symposium (EMBS) sessions.