Felix Mark


Felix Mark is an integrative ecophysiologist, working on climate change effects on marine fish and invertebrates.

He studied Biology at the University of Münster (Germany) and Marine Biology at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK). He did his PhD research on thermal tolerance of Antarctic fish supervised by Hans Pörtner at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) and received his PhD from the University of Bremen in 2004. After a PostDoc phase working on cuttlefish ecophysiology with the University of Cambridge (UK), he returned to AWI as a PostDoc and Research Fellow.

Research projects included haemocyanin evolution in polar octopods and ocean acidification research in fish and invertebrates.He is now a senior scientist in the Department of Integrative Ecophysiology at AWI.
Dr Felix Christopher Mark
Alfred Wegener Institute
Am Handelshafen 12
27570 Bremerhaven 
( Room E-2535)