Morten Lauge Pedersen


Dr. Morten Lauge Pedersen completed his MSc in Physical Geography (hydrology) from the University of Copenhagen. He worked at National Environmental Research Institute (NERI, Denmark) before completing his Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Copenhagen. The Ph.D. study was followed by a Carlsberg Foundation post-doc study and then serving 2 years as a researcher at NERI. Later he became an assistant professor in Physical Geography at Aalborg University and subsequently moved on to an associate professor position in Physical Geography. He has also served as deputy head of department and head of the division of Water and Environment for 5 years. He has published many peer-reviewed papers and more than 50 book chapters and scientific reports.

Research Interests:

His research interests include physical habitats and geomorphological dynamics of river systems, stream / river ecology, freshwater invertebrate ecology in river systems, interactions between geomorphology, hydrology and biota in rivers, urban ecology and hydrology, effects of biocides on stormwater organisms in urban areas, geomorphological, chemical and biological aspects of river restoration and natural resource management.

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