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«Curriculum Vita – Last updated July 2012 Page 1 of 13 FABIO CABRERA DE LÉO, PH.D Countries of Citizenship: Brazil, Spain Born in March 28, 1977 in ...»

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Curriculum Vita – Last updated July 2012 Page 1 of 13

FABIO CABRERA DE LÉO, PH.D

Countries of Citizenship: Brazil, Spain

Born in March 28, 1977 in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Webpages:

http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/oceanography/students/fdeleo/ingles/index.html

https://sites.google.com/site/cmoredeleo

fdeleo@hawaii.edu, fdeleo808@gmail.com

Phone in Brazil: + 55 11 3873-9938 / Cel: +55 11 98249-7163

I. E D U C A T I O N PH.D. UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA, JULY 2012 Specialization: Benthic Ecology, Deep-Sea and Conservation Biology Dissertation: Ecology and Biodiversity of Submarine Canyons M.A. UNIVERSITY OF SAO PAULO, BRAZIL, AUGUST 2003 Specialization: Continental Shelf and Slope Benthic Communities Thesis: Benthic Communities Responding to an Upwelling System B.A UNIVERSITY OF SAO CARLOS, BRAZIL, DECEMBER 1999 Specialization: Biological Sciences, Limnology and Ecology

II. A W A R D E D SCHO L A R S H I P S

CAPES (Brazil’s Ministry of Education)/Fulbright – 2006-2010 ($113,000.00) PH.D.

FUNDESPA (Aquatic Research Foundation, Sao Paulo, Brazil) – 2003 ($5,000) M.A.

CNPq, Brazilian Federal Funding Agency – 2001-2003 ($15,000.00) M.A.

III. P R O F E S S I O N A L A N D RESEA R C H INTERESTS

Marine Communities Community Ecology of macro- and megabenthos (fish and invertebrates).

Conservation Biology Mapping biodiversity, developing criteria for establishing Protected Areas; Climate Change.

Environmental Assessment Baseline studies, Environmental Studies and Reports Ocean Governance Marine Spatial Planning, High-Seas management, Resolutions of UNCLOS Law of the Sea;

Sustainable use of marine resources.

Outreach and Education Key concepts in marine biodiversity and conservation, climate change and microbial oceanography.

IV. LA N G U A G E S Portuguese Native language English Fluent speaker Spanish Advanced speaking and

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D. Peer Reviewed Articles Smith, C.R., DeMaster, D.J., Thomas, C., Srsen, P., Grange, L., De Leo, F.C., Pelagic-benthic coupling, food banks and climate change on the West Antarctic Peninsula shelf.

Oceanography 25, 116-129 De Leo, F.C., Drazen, J.C., Vetter, E.W., Rowden, A.A., Smith, C.R., 2012. The Effects of Submarine Canyons and the Oxygen Minimum Zone on Deep-Sea Fish Assemblages off Hawaii. Deep-Sea Research I 64, 54-70 Van Dover, C.L, Smith, C.R, Ardron, J., Dunn, D., Gjerde, K., Levin, L., Smith, S., ArnaudHaond, S., Beaudoin, Y., Bezaury, J., Boland, G., Billett, D., Carr, M., Cherkashov, G., Cook, A., De Leo, F.C., Fisher, C.R., Godet, L., Halpin, P., Lodge, M., Menot, L., Miller, K., Naudts, L., Nugent, C., Pendleton, L., Plouviez, S., Rowden, A.A., Santos, R.S., Shank, T., Tao, C., Tawake, A., Thurnherr, A., Treude, T., 2012. Designating Networks of Chemosynthetic Ecosystems Reserves in the Deep-Sea. Marine Policy 36, 378-381 Pires-Vanin, A.M.S., Muniz, P.M., De Leo, F.C., 2011. Benthic Macrofauna in the Northeast Area of Todos os Santos Bay, Bahia State: Patterns of spatial and seasonal distribution. Brazilian Journal of Oceanography 59(1), 27-42 De Leo, F.C., Smith C.R., Rowden, A.A., Bowden, D.A., Clark, M.R., 2010. Submarine canyons: Hotspots of Benthic Biomass and Productivity in the Deep-Sea. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 277, 2783-2792 Vetter, E., Smith, C.R., De Leo, F.C., 2010. Hawaiian Hotspots: Enhanced Megafaunal Abundance and Diversity in Submarine Canyons on the Oceanic Islands of Hawaii.

Marine Ecology 31, 183-199 Smith, C.R., De Leo, F.C., Bernardino, A., Sweetman, A., & Martinez, P., 2008. Abyssal Biodiversity, Ecosystem Function and Climate Change. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23, 318-328 De Leo, F.C., A.M.S., Pires-Vanin. 2006. Benthic Megafauna Communities Under Influence of the SACW (South Atlantic Central Water) Intrusion Onto the Brazilian Southeastern Shelf: a Comparison Between an Upwelling and a Non-Upwelling Ecosystem. Journal of Marine Systems 60, 268-284!

Mr. Fabio De Leo’s CV Page 4 of 13

E. Manuscripts in Preparation

De Leo, F. C., Smith, C.R., Vetter, E.W. Spatial Scale-Dependent Habitat Heterogeneity Influencing Submarine Canyon Macrofaunal Abundance and Biodiversity off the Main and Northwest Hawaiian Islands.

De Leo, F.C., Smith, C.R., Rowden, A.A., Nodder, S. Modeling the Influence of Habitat Heterogeneity on Deep-sea Macrobenthos off Kaikoura Submarine Canyon and Wairarapa Basin, New Zealand Margin.

Sweetman, A.K., De Leo, F.C., Smith, C.R., Rowden, A.A. The Effect of 13C-Labeled Labile Carbon Assimilation by Deep-Sea Macrobenthos in a Highly Productive Submarine Canyon.

De Leo, F.C., Pires-vanin, A.M.S., Ancient Calcareous Algae Reefs at Shelf-Break Offshore of Cabo Frio (Southeastern Brazilian Coast) Structuring Benthic Invertebrate Communities.

De Leo, F.C., Pires-vanin, A.M.S., Benthic Macrofauna in a Depth Gradient off the Cabo Frio Upwelling System (SE Brazilian Shelf).

F. Workshops co-organized

Tasks: booking venues, hiring of catering for coffee breaks and lunches, testing multi-media and audiovisual equipment and managing all participants’ presentations. Handling of

participant airfare reimbursements and driving participants from and to airport/hotels:





1) “Design of Marine Protected Areas for Seamounts and Abyssal Nodule Province in Pacific High Seas” at University of Hawaii at Manoa, in Oct 2007.

2) “Molecular Phylogeny and Taxonomy of Siboglinidae” (sponsored by ChEss, a subprogram within the Census of Marine Life project) at University of Hawaii at Manoa, in October of 2008.

3) “Assigning an Ecological Classification Scheme for Seamounts” (sponsored by CenSeam, Census of Marine Life) at University of Hawaii at Manoa, in Nov 2009.

4) “The 10-year Synthesis of CeDAMar (Census of Diversity of Abyssal Marine Life)”, sub program within Census of Marine Life, at University of Hawaii at Manoa, in Feb 2010.

G. Research and Consultancy Sept 2005 - Aug 2006 Data base analyst Oceanographic Institute of the Coordinated an inventory of marine biodiversity database of University of São Paulo. Pça the Southern coast of Sao Paulo State. Project: “Atlas of do Oceanográfico 191, São Environmentally-sensitive areas to oil pollution”.

Paulo SP, Brazil.

Aug 2003 - Aug 2006 Environmental analyst Oceanographic Institute of the PROMARLAM project, an environmental monitoring University of São Paulo. Pça program at the Todos os Santos Bay, Bahia state, Brazil.

do Oceanográfico 191, São Assessment of the impacts of an oil processing plant in the Paulo SP, Brazil. coastal area of Madre de Deus, BA. Data management and Mr. Fabio De Leo’s CV Page 5 of 13

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Aug. 2005: Field work and data analysis (FUNDESPA – Aquatic Environmental Monitoring at the São Sebastião Channel in Studies and Research the vicinities of the oil tanker discharge terminal (TEBAR) of Foundation). Av. Afrânio PETROBRAS.

Peixoto, 412, São Paulo, SPBrazil.

July 2005 Technical Report PROMARLAM Project (2nd year). Chap. 24: “Benthic Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo. Pça Organisms – Macrofauna” (Authors: Pires-Vanin, AMS;

do Oceanográfico 191, São Munis, PM; De Leo, FC) pp. 255-312.

Paulo SP, Brazil.

July 2005 Technical Report PROMARLAM Project (2nd year). Chap. 28: “Biophysical Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo. Pça interactions at the benthic environment”, pp. 415-450.

do Oceanográfico 191, São (Authors: Pires-Vanin, AMS; Munis, PM; De Leo, FC;

Paulo SP, Brazil. Abessa, DM.) pp. 255-312.

Feb. 2005 Field work and data analysis (FUNDESPA – Aquatic Environmental Monitoring Program at the São Sebastião Studies and Research Channel. Impacts of the Oil Tankers Discharge Terminal of Foundation). Av. Afrânio PETROBRÁS (Brazilian Oil Company).

Peixoto, 412, São Paulo, SPBrazil.

Dec. 2004 Technical Report PROMARLAM Project (2nd year). Preliminary results: Chap.

Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo. Pça 24: “Benthic Organisms – Macrofauna” (Authors: Piresdo Oceanográfico 191, São Vanin, AMS; Munis, PM; De Leo, FC) pp. 500-524.

Paulo SP, Brazil.

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May 2004: Environmental data collection (FUNDESPA – Aquatic Environment Assessment of an oil spill at the Guaecá River, Studies and Research São Sebastião, SP. (FUNDESPA): Sampling water and Foundation). Av. Afrânio sediments for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) Peixoto, 412, São Paulo, SP- characterization.

Brazil.

May 2003 Environmental data collection and report (FUNDESPA – Aquatic Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for construction Studies and Research project of the Pele Museum in Santos, SP: Inventory of the Foundation). Av. Afrânio marine biodiversity on sand flats and rocky shores.

Peixoto, 412, São Paulo, SPBrazil.

Sept 2002 Monitoring program: Taxonomy (FUNDESPA – Aquatic Environmental monitoring program at São Sebastião Studies and Research channel and Guarujá, littoral area of Sao Paulo state – Foundation). Av. Afrânio Impacts of domestic and industrial wastes, petroliferous Peixoto, 412, São Paulo, SP- industry, and submarine outfalls: Identification of gastropod Brazil. mollusks.

April 2002 Monitoring program: Taxonomy (FUNDESPA – Aquatic Environmental monitoring program at Santos, Praia Grande, Studies and Research São Sebastião channel regions, littoral area of Sao Paulo state

Foundation). Av. Afrânio – Impacts of industry wastes and submarine outfalls:

Peixoto, 412, São Paulo, SP- Identification of Isopod crustaceans.

Brazil.

Jan 2001 – Aug 2003 Master’s dissertation Oceanographic Institute of the Upwelling effects over the benthic macro- and megafauna University of São Paulo. Pça fauna off the Southeastern Brazilian Shelf and Slope.

do Oceanográfico 191, São Paulo SP, Brazil.

Jan 2000 – Jan 2001 Research Assistant Oceanographic Institute of the Laboratory and fieldwork, participating in several short University of São Paulo. Pça cruises to the Southeastern Brazilian coast aboard the do Oceanográfico 191, São research vessels ‘Veliger II’ and ‘Albacora’; including Paulo SP, Brazil. scientific diving. Projects included prospecting of marine benthic biodiversity in areas subjected to coastal pollution.

H. Teaching and Lecturing

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DEPROAS Project (GLOBEC). Benthos (megafauna, macrofauna and meiofauna);

Oceanographic Institute of the plankton and nekton sampling; hydrography (CTD casts);

University of São Paulo sediment biogeochemistry including ATP analysis; food web analysis using δ15/δ14 N and δ13/δ12 C stable isotopes.

(IOUSP). São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Coast (SW Atlantic).

Feb 14-21, 2001 R/V Prof. Wladimir Besnard – IOUSP BES-01 DEPROAS Project (GLOBEC). Benthos (megafauna, macrofauna and meiofauna);

Oceanographic Institute of the plankton and nekton sampling; hydrography (CTD casts);

University of São Paulo sediment biogeochemistry including ATP analysis; food web analysis using δ15/δ14 N and δ13/δ12 C stable isotopes.

(IOUSP). São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Coast (SW Atlantic).

J. Short-courses

Sept 2005: “Producing Environmental Sensibility Maps to Oil Pollution”. At the II Brazilian Congress of Oceanography – UFES.

July 2005: “Integrated System of Environmental Management, Security and Health at the Petroleum Industry”. At the Geosciences Institute-USP.

Oct. 2002: “Biophysical Coupling in Modeling Marine Ecosystems”. At IOUSP.

Aug. 2002: “Comparative Dynamics of Western Boundary Current Systems”. At the 1st Brazilian Symposium of Oceanography – IOUSP.

Aug. 2002: “Basic principles of Benthic Ecology of Continental Shelves and Deep-Sea ecosystems. At the 1st Brazilian Symposium of Oceanography – IOUSP.

July 2000: “Artificial reef and induced shipwreck”. At Santa Cecília University - 8th Marine Biology Symposium, Santos, SP.

July 2000: “Environmental monitoring techniques”. At Santa Cecília University – 8th Marine Biology Symposium, Santos, SP.

July 2000: “Oceanographic processes at coastal environments”. At Santa Cecília University – 8th Marine Biology Symposium, Santos, SP.

Dec. 2000: “Biogeochemical Cycles at Mangrove ecosystems”. At the International seminar for eutrofication management, São Carlos, SP.

Mar. 1999: “Environmental analyses: a multidisciplinary approach”. At the 10th Biologists’ Council Meeting, São Carlos, SP.

Mar. 1999: “Environmental impact studies/ Environmental impact report”. At the 10th Biologists’ Council Meeting, São Carlos, SP.

K. Work presentations

K.1 – Posters:

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Jun 2010: De Leo FC, CR Smith, EW Vetter. Enhanced macrofaunal abundance and beta diversity in three Hawaiian submarine canyons: deep-sea oases embedded in an oligotrophic ocean. At the 12th Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Reykjavík, Iceland.!!

Jun 2010: De Leo FC, JC Drazen, CR Smith, EW Vetter. Quantitative assessment of deep-sea fish communities off Hawaii: the effect of submarine canyons and habitat structure on assemblage abundance and composition. At the 12th Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Reykjavík, Iceland.!!

Jun 2010: Vetter EW, CR Smith, FC De Leo. Enhanced Megafaunal Abundance and Diversity in Submarine Canyons on the Oceanic Islands of Hawaii. At the 12th Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Reykjavík, Iceland.!!

May 2010: Neil H, S Nodder, A Orpin, FC De Leo, A Rowden, J Mitchell, C Alexander, S Kuehl. Large canyon complexes from the West Coast of New Zealand show contrasting morphologies and habitat for benthic invertebrate fauna. At the GOHAB (Marine Geological and Biological Habitat Mapping) meeting, Wellington, New Zealand.!!

Feb 2010: De Leo FC; CR Smith; E Vetter; A Rowden; Submarine canyons as hotspots of deep-sea benthic biodiversity. At the 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR.!!



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