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Dr Jack Longman

Assistant Professor

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

Jack Longman

  • Volcanic ash diagenesis and its impact on the carbon cycle
  • Long term, deep-time palaeoclimate reconstruction
  • Controls on marine organic matter preservation
  • Heavy metal pollution through time
  • Human-climate interations through the Holocene using terrestrial archives
  • Development of mass spectrometric techniques
  • Probabilistic modelling
  • Greenhouse Gas Removal techniques in the marine realm

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Organic Carbon Burial With Reactive Iron Across Global Environments, Longman, J., Faust, J., Bryce, C., Homoky, W., März, C. Nov 2022, In: Global Biogeochemical Cycles
  • Transient mobilization of subcrustal carbon coincident with Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum, Gernon, T., Barr, R., Fitton, J., Hincks, T., Keir, D., Longman, J., Merdith, A., Mitchell, R., Palmer, M. 1 Jul 2022, In: Nature Geoscience
  • Subaerial volcanism is a potentially major contributor to oceanic iron and manganese cycles, Longman, J., Palmer, M., Gernon, T., Manners, H., Jones, M. 14 Mar 2022, In: Communications Earth and Environment
  • Assessing Volcanic Controls on Miocene Climate Change, Longman, J., Mills, B., Donnadieu, Y., Goddéris, Y. 28 Jan 2022, In: Geophysical Research Letters
  • Late Ordovician climate change and extinctions driven by elevated volcanic nutrient supply, Longman, J., Mills, B., Manners, H., Gernon, T., Palmer, M. Dec 2021, In: Nature Geoscience

Andrew Burnham Exploring the links between volcanoes, climate and humans using speleothem records Start Date: 01/10/2023

  • Geography PhD July 31 2017
  • Fellow Geological Society (GS) 2023


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