Jack  Conroy

Ph.D. Student

Email: [[v|jaconroy]]
Phone: (804) 684-7073
Office: Chesapeake Bay Hall S213
Department: Biological Sciences
Advisor: Dr. Debbie Steinberg

Education
  • B.S., Biology, William & Mary, 2016
  • Visiting Student, Marine Zoology and Botany, Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2015
Research interests

I am a biological oceanographer studying zooplankton ecology to better understand marine ecosystems and carbon cycling. My research considers processes that control species abundance and distribution from diel to decadal scales. Other aspects of my work focus on trophic ecology and food web structure. My dissertation research is part of the Palmer Long-Term Ecological Research program, which has studied the ecosystem west of the Antarctic Peninsula since 1990. I am a Scientific Coordinator (early career) for the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research Krill Action Group.

Publications
  • Thibodeau, P. S., D. K. Steinberg, C. E. McBride, J. A. Conroy, N. Keul, and H. W. Ducklow (2020) Long-term observations of pteropod phenology along the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Deep-Sea Research I. doi: 10.1016/j.dsr.2020.103363
  • Conroy, J. A., C. S. Reiss, M. R. Gleiber, and D. K. Steinberg (2020) Linking Antarctic krill larval supply and recruitment along the Antarctic Peninsula. Integrative and Comparative Biology. doi: 10.1093/icb/icaa111
  • Conroy, J. A., D. K. Steinberg, P. S. Thibodeau, and O. Schofield (2020) Zooplankton diel vertical migration during Antarctic summer. Deep-Sea Research I. doi: 10.1016/j.dsr.2020.103324
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