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Journal Publications


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


Bartlett JC, Edwards J (2019) Aliens in Antarctica​. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 100(3):e01545DOI: ​10.1002/bes2.1545

Pertierra LR, Bartlett JC, Duffy GA... Aragón P (2019) Combining correlative and mechanistic niche models with human activity data to elucidate the invasive potential of a sub‐Antarctic insect. Journal of Biogeography. DOI: ​10.1111/jbi.13780

Bartlett JC, Convey P, Pertierra LR, Hayward SAL (2019) An insect invasion of Antarctica: The past, present and future distribution of Eretmoptera murphyi on Signy Island. Insect Conservation and Diversity. DOI: 10.1111/icad.12389 


Bartlett JC, Convey P, Hayward SAL (2018) Not so free range? Oviposition microhabitat and egg clustering affects Eretmoptera murphyi (Diptera: Chironomidae) reproductive success. Polar Biology. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-018-2420-4

Bartlett JC, Convey P, Hayward SAL (2018) Life cycle and phenology of an Antarctic invader: the flightless chironomid midge, Eretmoptera murphyi. Polar Biology. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-018-2403-5

Conference Presentations 

DEC 2018   Bartlett JC, Convey P, Hayward SAL (2018) Ecological consequences of a single introduced species to Antarctica. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting 2018, Birmingham, UK.

NOV 2018   Bartlett JC, Convey P, Hayward SAL (2018) Ecological consequences of a single introduced species to Antarctica. Entomological Society of America 2018, Vancouver, Canada.  DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.19830.86083

JUNE 2018  Bartlett JC, Convey P, Hayward SAL (2018) The past, present, and future distribution of Eretmoptera murphyi. POLAR 2018, Davos, Switzerland. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.36497.07523

NOV 2016   Bartlett JC, Convey P, Hayward SAL (2018) How to be a successful invader: lessons from an Antarctic midge Network for Athropods of the Tundra (NeAT), Aarhus, Denmark.


Academic Theses

PhD Thesis  Bartlett JC (2019) The ecophysiology and ecosystem impacts of an Antarctic invader: The chironomid, Eretmoptera murphyi. University of Birmingham - with Dr Scott Hayward & Prof. Pete Convey

MSc Thesis  Bartlett JC (2014) Water bears on ice: The influence of Tardigrades on supra-glacial carbon cycling. University of Sheffield - with Prof. Andrew Hodson

BSc Dissertation  Bartlett JC (2011) Below ground insect herbivory and overwintering communities in Heracleum sphondylium. University of Nottingham - with Prof. Francis Gilbert

“Curiosity is the one thing invincible in Nature”

- Freya Stark -

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