Did you know earthlife.net is one of the oldest sites on the Internet?
Earth Life was started way back in 1999 by Gordon Ramel, a professional microbiologist. And since that time we’ve helped over 20 million visitors learn more about ecology, zoology and life on this planet that we share… Earth.
Today we employ a diverse team of biologists from around the world – united in our mission to present detailed taxonomical and zoological information in an entertaining and accessible way.
Earth Life has an extensive bibliography; all our articles are well researched and supported by studies.
If you need to contact us please send us an email at [email protected]
Here’s an overview of the team. Make sure to check back regularly, since we’re hiring!
Gordon Ramel is a microbioloigst with a Masters Degree in soil ecology from the University of Exeter. He’s also a scientist, teacher and poet and currently lives in Cambodia. He moved on from the site in 2009 but you can find out more about him and get in touch at his author profile.
Editor in Chief
Chris Hammond is the editor of Earth Life and is responsible for publishing all new content, representing the brand, media engagement and sponsorships.
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