Hello, and thank you for visiting!
I am a researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, formerly with the University of Birmingham and the British Antarctic Survey. I am multi-disciplined field ecologist, with interests in how the invasive species and anthropogenic change can influence ecosystems across trophic levels, from soils to landscapes via the biology in between. As well as 'science-ing', I love to teach and create, so you can also use this website to access my educational resources, presentations and photography.
Bartlett JC, Rusch G, Kyrkjeeide MO, Sandvik H, Nordén J (2020) Carbon storage in Norwegian ecosystems (revised edition). NINA report 1774b. Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
Bartlett JC, Convey P, Hayward SAL (2020) Surviving the Antarctic winter—Life Stage Cold Tolerance and Ice Entrapment Survival in The Invasive Chironomid Midge Eretmoptera murphyi. Insects 11(3):147. DOI: 10.3390/insects11030147
RECENT BLOG POSTS
I'm passionate about education and inspiring a new generation of scientists to learn more about our fascinating cryosphere. So I've uploaded several lectures and classes from Yr 8 - Bacherlor's level, for others to access.