Throughout the International Year of Biodiversity we have been profiling some of the experts who are working to conserve the great variety of life on our planet, from forests to the oceans, mountain ranges to deserts.
The oceans are the largest ecosystem on Earth: on average, they are more than 3,400 m deep and cover over 70% of our planet. But although scientists have been studying them for a long time, much of marine biodiversity remains a mystery. Unveiling the secrets of the deep is Dr Alex Rogers’ speciality. …
16 Dec 2010 | News story