Adam Woodhouse is a marine micropaleontologist whose research focuses on the macro- and microscale mechanisms of evolution and extinction through time. At UTIG, his work with Dr. Christopher Lowery aims to unravel and understand the complex morphological and ecological changes which take place during the evolutionary transition from one species into another. Ultimately, Adam hopes to better clarify the climatic and oceanographic processes which drive and interact with the biodiversity of life within the past, present, and future oceans.
Marine micropaleontology, planktonic foraminifera, evolution and extinction, biogeography, Cenozoic climate
Ph.D., Micropalaeontology, School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds
M.Sc., Applied and Petroleum Micropalaeontology (Distinction), School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham
B.Sc., Palaeontology (First Class with Honors), School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Portsmouth