Ove Paulsen

Ove Paulsen

Ove Vilhelm Paulsen (March 22, 1874 - April 29, 1947) was a Danish botanist. He studeied at the University of Copenhagen under professor Eugen Warming. He was a keeper at the Botanical Museum of the University of Copenhagen from 1905 to 1920, when he became professor of botany at the Pharmaceutical College in Copenhagen, a position he held until 1947. He studied the flora of Denmark, plankton of the North Atlantic and the flora of Central Asia. He went on expeditions to Northern Persia and Pamir as early as 1898-1899[1]. During his travels through Pamir, he was accompanied by the Danish explorer Ole Olufsen.[2] Ove Paulsen visited North America with the second International Phytogeographic Excursion and subsequently described the biome zonation from east to west in a paper[3].

Selected scientific works by Ove Paulsen

  • Ostenfeld, C.H. & Ove Paulsen (1910-1911) Marine plankton from the East-Greenland Sea (W. of 6° W. Long, and N. of 73° 30’ N. Lat.): collected by the "Danmark-Expedition" 1906-1908. Meddelelser om Grønland bd. 43 (11).
    • I : List of diatoms and flagellates / by C.H. Ostenfeld. 1910
    • II : Protozoa / by C.H. Ostenfeld. 1910
    • III : Peridiniales / by Ove Paulsen. 1910
    • IV : General remarks on the microplankton / by C.H. Ostenfeld and Ove Paulsen. 1911
  • Paulsen, O. (1949) Observations on Dinoflagellates. (edited by J. Grøntved). Biologiske Skrifter / Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab 6 (4): 1-67.
  1. ^ Paulsen, Ove (1912) Studies on the vegetation of the Transcaspian lowlands. Second Danish Pamir-expedition 1898-1899. Copenhagen, Gyldendal.
  2. ^ Olufsen, O. (1904). Through the Unknown Pamirs: the Second Danish Pamir Expedition 1898-99. London: W. Heinemann. pp. ix. 
  3. ^ Paulsen, Ove (1915) Some remarks on the Desert Vegetation of America. The Plant World 18: 155-161.
  4. ^ "Author Query". International Plant Names Index. http://www.ipni.org/ipni/authorsearchpage.do. 

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