Ms. Bronwyn Innes

Bronwyn Innes is a research scientist at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) Marine and Atmospheric Research with the Wealth from Oceans Flagship program, where she is DNA barcoding species of fish.

Dr. Brigitte Ebbe

Where were you educated?
I was educated at the University of Hamburg, Germany, where I studied biology, was awarded my Master's degree and later my Ph.D. in Marine Biology.

Dr. Russ Hopcroft

A Conversation with Russ Hopcroft, Principal Investigator for the Census of Marine Life Arctic Ocean Diversity Project.

Dr. Eva Ramirez-Llodra

Where were you educated?

Dr. Malcolm Clark

A Conversation with Malcolm Clark, Principal Investigator for Census of Marine Life on Seamounts.

Where were you educated?
I studied at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, where I received a PhD in Marine Biology in 1982, then did postgraduate work in fisheries ecology and stock assessment.

Dr. Ahmet Kideys

CMarZ researcher Ahmet Kideys loves his work so much that he jokes that he would be willing to pay for what he sees and experiences. He studies the impact of invasive ctenophores on plankton and other major ecosystem groups in the Black and Caspian Seas.

Where were you educated? What did you study?

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