Dr Jack Landy

Co-Investigator, University of Bristol

Jack Landy is a Lecturer in Geodesy at the University of Bristol. He is co-investigator on Work Package 3 of the Diatom-ARCTIC project, investigating the production potential of changing Arctic sea ice as a habitat for algae.

In collaboration with Marcel Nicolaus (lead investigator of Work Package 3) and Christian Haas (co-investigator), he will co-supervise a postdoctoral researcher developing an improved autecological biogeochemical model for sea ice algae, incorporating observations from in situ field sampling, remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) surveys, and laboratory experiments completed in Work Packages 1 and 2.

Diatom-ARCTIC is co-funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and by NERC.