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We strive to combine fundamental questions in ecology and evolution with pragmatic questions and technological applications in environmental sciences.

Our current research follows three main themes:

1) the ecological and evolutionary responses of aquatic microorganisms, including phytoplankton and the coral holobiont, to environmental change, contributing to the prediction of change in processes in oceans and freshwater ecosystems in response to global changes.

2) the study of microbial biogeography and evolutionary trade-offs using extremophiles found in benign environments

3) the study of evolution in the context of complex communities

 

elowde[at]essex.ac.uk

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