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Jack Landy

Can we use new techniques to measure pan-Arctic sea ice thickness from the satellite radar altimeter Cryosat-2 during summer months, for the first time?

The fellowship was a really important step in my career, giving me the freedom and time to pursue a higher-risk Earth Observation research goal. It was great to be part of a cohort with other ESA fellows, to learn about their work and exchange ideas. The support and guidance from my ESA project contacts was also crucial for the development of the research.


After the end of the Living Planet Fellowship, Jack was an Associate Professor at the Centre for Integrated Remote Sensing and Forecasting for Arctic Operations (CIRFA), at the UiT Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø. He continued to work on research associated with satellite radar and laser altimetry for understanding the Arctic Ocean and sea ice cover.


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