Jan DajkaPhD student
Budding coral reef ecologist from Leipzig, Germany.
Coral reef ecology. More specifically: regime shifts, resilience, recovery & regrowth, feedback processes, coral recruitment, coral-algae interactions, structural complexity, herbivory, corallivory, coral reef fish spatial ecology & home ranges, functional ecology, marine protected areas
Trigger regrowth of corals on degraded coral reefs by interrupting feedback processes that reinforce degraded states. The ultimate goal is to stimulate feedbacks that destabilise degraded reef states and pull the reef back into a coral dominated state.
Nick Graham (Lancaster Environment Centre), Jos Barlow (Lancaster Environment Centre), Magnus Nyström (Stockholm Resilience Centre)
Bachelor of Science: Marine Biology at James Cook University Townsville, Australia
Master of Science: Marine Biology at University of Bremen, Germany
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jan_Claas_Dajka