Merit Researcher, Natural History Museum
Dr. Adrian Glover is a merit researcher at the Natural History Museum in London. He leads the Deep-Sea Systematics and Ecology Research Group, specializing in deep-sea and polar environmental science. A current focus of the group is the study of biodiversity in regions of dramatic climate change and potential resource exploitation, with a number of projects in the Antarctic and tropical deep-sea regions. His research group is leading projects to study the fundamental science of these regions to inform future studies into the impacts of climate change and resource extraction, such as deep-sea mining, as well as furthering our fundamental knowledge of life in some of the planet’s least-explored ecosystems.
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