Salome Buglass is a marine ecologist at the Charles Darwin Research Station in Galápagos, Ecuador. She is engaged in several applied research projects that support the management of the Galápagos Marine Reserve. Currently, she is part of the first comprehensive characterization of deep-sea ecosystems, focusing particularly on underwater mountains systems called seamounts. She also supports the ecological monitoring project that assesses coastal reef health.
In 2018, Buglass received a National Geographic Early Career Grant, which she is using to lead a pioneer study on exploring the twilight zone ecosystem on seamounts using remotely operated vehicles.
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