Jason Landrum

Jason Landrum is a Research Assistant in the Montoya lab. His expertise is understanding the impact of mesozooplankton (both direct and indirect) on diazotroph activity, nutrient cycling, and  production in oceanic ecosystems.  Presently he is pursuing a second Ph.D. in the School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech, and his current interests include regional/global cooperation aimed at addressing environmental/sustainability issues, the role of trust in developing stable cooperative relationships within and between countries, and the impact of environmental change on international security.  While aboard the R/V Knorr, he will be performing stable isotope tracer experiments (N2-fixation and CO2-fixation rates), collecting and filtering/separating both suspended particles and mesozooplankton for natural abundance isotope measurements, and assisting in many of the various ongoing deck operations.

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