Geoff Swinney is a
renowned scholar who specializes in research of fish and other lower
vertebrates. He has studied anglerfish collected off Madeira, including two
species new to the northeastern Atlantic, and a new species of giant gecko from Jamaica. Mr. Swinney's scientific articles have been published in the Journal
of Fish Biology, Journal for the History of Collections, Journal
of Zoology, Herpetological Review, and Bocagiana. In addition, he has been instrumental in updating the natural-history collection at the National Museums of Scotland and making it accessible to the public.
Geoff Swinney resides in Scotland, where he is the curator of lower vertebrates for the Royal Museum in Edinburgh. In addition to curation and collections management of fishes, amphibians, and reptiles, he conducts research on mid-water deep-sea fishes and on the history of natural-science collections. Mr. Swinney is also a professional associate of the Royal Scottish Geological Society.
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