Did you know earthlife.net is one of the oldest sites on the Internet?
Earth Life was started way back in 1995 by Gordon Ramel, a professional ecologist. 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 taxonomic 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 an Ecologist with a Masters Degree in soil ecology from the University of Exeter (UK) who has worked as an ornithologist, an entomologist and a biodiversity officer. He’s also a scientist, teacher and poet and currently lives in Cambodia. He moved on from the site in 2009, and then returned in July 2020; you can find out more about him and get in touch at his author profile.
Chris Hammond is the editor of Earth Life and is responsible for co-ordinating all new content, representing the brand, media engagement and sponsorships.
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