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Team Member Simon Morley

[caption id="attachment_110" align="alignleft" width="226"]Simon Morley Dr Simon Morley
British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK.

Simon Morley is a marine ecophysiologist at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) with nearly 20 years experience of physiology research. He has published 40 research papers and book chapters. During this time he has conducted marine surveys and collections in tropical, temperate and polar oceans, gaining a broad knowledge of  fauna in diverse assemblages from deep Antarctic walls to tropical reefs. He has published papers on the physiology of fish, bryozoans and molluscs.


Simon is an experienced dive instructor with over a thousand logged dives on all seven continents and hopes to bring this experience to the team.

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