The deepseas group at National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
National Oceanography Center
European Way, Southampton SO 14 3ZH, UK
1988 PhD, The Ecology of Deep- Sea Holothurians, University of Southampton. 1975 BSc, Marine Biology, Biochemistry and Soil Science, University College of North Wales Bangor.
Researcher, DEEPSEAS Benthic Biology Group, NOCS
Ecology of deep-sea megafauna, long-term ecosystem change.
29 years' work in deep-sea biology with particular interest in the ecology of deep-sea deposit feeders. Research on the biology of deep-sea holothurians, including work on their diversity, taxonomy, abundance, biomass, spatial distribution, life-histories, feeding, reproduction and long-term change in populations. 7 years' experience as Head of External Affairs networking with industry, Government Departments and the European Commission on the application of all oceanographic disciplines to society's needs. Total number of peer reviewed publications: 55
Five recent relevant publications