Marine Biogeography and
Marine biogeography, the study of the geographical distribution of marine organisms, is a core discipline of evolutionary biology since the days of Darwin and Wallace.
My research is principally curiosity and question-driven, instead of model-driven. I am interested primarily in understanding evolutionary patterns. Therefore I am not confined to a particular type of organism, habitat or region. I work on marine and terrestria both invertebrate and vertebrate animals. Recently I developed an interest in producing high quality scientific graphic design for papers and presentations.
Center for Marine Sciences, Faro, University of Algarve, Portugal