Uwe Kils

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Uwe Kils is a German marine biologist specializing in Antarctic biology.

Career[edit]

His work led to the development of instruments for in situ observation of underwater fauna, including the ecoSCOPE and the first software for full speed video processing.[1] Later work at Kiel included the study of predator-prey interactions of juvenile herring and plankton, for which a floating laboratory was built called ATOLL.[2]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Organization Result
1979 Heinz Maier Leibnitz Prize Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) ("German Research Society") Won[3]

Photo gallery[edit]

Photos by Kils

Selected publications[edit]

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