“The Arctic is a beautiful but unforgiving environment. Climate change is an ever-felt presence here at the top of the world, and whilst the Arctic is the first to feel its impacts, the rest of the world waits perilously in the firing line.”
James wrote a piece for Arc’teryx describing some of the science and personal sentiments of his work in the Arctic – with a focus on thawing permafrost. Thanks Arc’teryx for your backing, and for the feature!
Click here to read the piece!
James is lead-author on a new paper in Frontiers in Microbiology on the characteristics of global marine sediments as a microbial habitat. Following our 2020 Science Advances study, we use global models to assess how variations in marine sediment physicochemical properties impact microorganisms, organic carbon, bioenergetics and cell power availability on a global scale.
Bradley J, Arndt S, Amend J, Burwicz-Galerne E, LaRowe D (2022) Sources and fluxes of organic carbon and energy to microorganisms in global marine sediments. Frontiers in Microbiology. 13:910694. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2022.910694