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Name: Biomobst

Joined: Monday 12 September 2011 10:07:18 (UTC)

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Website: http://www.kmf.gu.se/users/matthiasobst/index.htm

Location: Gothenburg, Sweden

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Marine ecosystems provide a wide range of economically important products and services to the community and these functions are directly dependent on the biological diversity in these environments. Today, we note major changes in the biodiversity composition of our marine ecosystems, but we have poor control over how large and extensive they are because there is no organized and standardized monitoring system over a wider geographical perspective. At the same time there is no analytical approach available that combines diverse biological disciplines, i.e. ecological, taxonomic, climatic, and genetic data. The practical impossibility to assemble and analyze such complex data sets across large geographic distances is perhaps the most crucial obstacle for biodiversity research to become a dominant scientific discipline in the future. A part of my research will focuses on facilitating meta-analysis of such diverse information in order to understand the changes and functions in marine ecosystems.


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Interests:

Invertebrate phylogeny and systematics, marine phylogeography, molecular taxonomy, barcoding, phylogenomics, metagenomics, complex life cycles, zoomorphology, meiofauna, marine and benthic ecology, marine conservation biology, polar biology

Field/Industry: Researcher

Occupation/Role(s): project coordinator

Organisation(s):

Göteborg University
Department of Zoology
Systematics and Biodiversity
Box 463
SE-405 30 Göteborg
Sweden
Tel: +46 (0) 317863662
Fax: +46 (0) 523 18502

 

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