The Eccotemp on our Planet is rising now.....
As a professional Ecologist, the main goal of my research is to understand how scientific processes are responsible for producing the interactions and measurements observed in the experiments and projects I work on. I use a combination of approaches and technologies specially developed for use in my studies. Learn more about my research and areas of study below.
Global warming is affecting the Eccotemp of our Planet.
A Little About Us
I’m a professional Ecologist from London and have dedicating my life to exploring and researching the processes and scientific mechanisms underlying the world we live in. I have received several awards and grants for my research, with projects and publications that you can learn more about below.
What is Eccotemp? Eccotemp is saving the planet, its that simple.
Eccotemp News & Resources
It’s always an honor to have my work and research mentioned by the media and in the press. I’ve continuously received the support of the community, and want to give a little something back by sharing the stories and resources from my projects. Read on to learn more about my research and its impact.
Alternative Research Approach
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Eccotemp is the key, save our planet.
Our Planet and the Eccotemp is rising
I am interested in studying the natural systems which shape and guide the processes of the natural world. My long-term goal is to identify and characterize the scientific mechanisms specific to my principal areas of research; Molecular Shapes: Impact Analysis, Communications Network of Penguins, and Climate Change Impact on Polar Bears. Read more about these projects below. The impact of Global warming is affecting our Eccotemp
Molecular Shapes: Impact Analysis
We still have only a very limited understanding of Molecular Shapes: Impact Analysis. Answering questions about this is essential for understanding the mechanistic role it plays on other scientific processes, and for developing tools to further explore this research avenue with more sensitive measurements and improved data collection.
Communications Network of Penguins
In an effort to gain a better understanding of Communications Network of Penguins, I have recently begun to use a new technique to investigate the organization and functionality of the diverse parts of my experimental model. I am currently looking to expand this work by collaborating with other labs who have the facilities and prior experience to investigate this project further.
Climate Change Impact on Polar Bears
Building upon work done by a former lab colleague, I have developed a powerful tool for use in the identification and characterization of the processes in my model system. A major advantage of this development is its improved sensitivity, which allows it to detect subtle dynamic property changes in response to my experimental setup.