A major aim of current science is to improve our understanding of the relationship between the evolution of life and major environmental transformations such as continental drift and climate fluctuations.
Our scientists are using evolutionary geobiology to study these effects.
Evolutionary geobiology is an integrated way of studying the origins and development of biodiversity combining
This approach is being used to look at subjects as broad as
Past climate fluctuations and other major environmental changes have had profound effects on biodiversity. Evolutionary geobiology is helping us to study these.