Martin Edwards is Chief Scientist of the Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) Survey at the Marine Biological Association (MBA) and Professor of Ocean Ecology at the University of Plymouth.
His primary research interests are on environmental change impacts on marine ecosystems ranging from marine biodiversity, biogeographical and phenological changes to whole ecosystem regime shifts. He has written over 150 publications including peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and policy related reports and assessments.
Martin is a co-investigator on the DIAPOD project.
New study shows a 50% decline in Krill abundance in the North Atlantic
Press release of 1st June 2021 from University of Plymouth A team of UK and French scientists have shown a huge decline in North Atlantic krill over the last 60 years driven primarily by climate variability and North Atlantic warming. Krill, are extremely abundant crustaceans present throughout the world’s oceans.… Read more07 June 2021