Paul Dando

Paul has worked as a marine scientist for nearly 60 years, mainly at the MBA but with a period of 13 years as Professor of Marine Biology at Bangor University. His research interests include; the environmental effects of hydrothermal vents, hydrocarbon seeps and submarine ground water seeps, including their roles in geochemical cycles and benthic production: the behaviour, biochemistry and physiology of bivalves and frenulate pogonophores with methanotrophic and chemoautotrophic bacterial symbionts: the biochemical and population genetics of fish and barnacles and the distribution and home ranges of fish in estuaries, including their spawning and nursery grounds.

Role:
Lankester Research Fellow