Une plongée dans un univers microscopique
27 juin-1 juil. 2016 Plouzané (France)

Dr Daniel Leduc

      Daniel Leduc is a marine biologist at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) in Wellington, New Zealand. His main areas of interest are benthic ecology and
nematode taxonomy, and much of his research over the last few years has focused on deep-sea
environments in the Southwest Pacific region. His taxonomic research, which includes
morphological and molecular data, has led to the description of dozens of new species and aims
to shed new light on phylogenetic relationships within some nematode groups. His ecological
research interest include community ecology, macroecology, food webs, and impacts of
deep-sea mining.

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