Christoph Held

About me
 
Christoph Held is a Senior Research Scientist at the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI), Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, in Bremerhaven, Germany.  He is the Head of Evolutionary Genetics research group in the Functional Ecology Section. He has conducted several major biodiversity surveys in the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic. Christoph specialises in phlylogeography and population genetics in Antarctic marine fauna, particularly crustaceans such as isopods. 
 
 
Projects 
 
ASCCC: Taxonomist and molecular ecologist, specialising in crustaceans in the Southern Ocean.
 
Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean : Main editor and author of several chapters in this new publication.
 
The legacy of Southern Ocean past: evolutionary history and genetic diversity of benthic Crustacea on the Antarctic shelf : project studying the evolutionary history of Antarctic benthos, and how this can be applied for future climate change.
 
Find out more on Researchgate