Category: Milan Teunissen van Manen

Amazon forest dynamics under changing abiotic conditions in the early Miocene (Colombian Amazonia)

Salamanca Villegas, S., van Soelen, E.E., Teunissen van Manen, M.L., Flantua, S.G.A., Santos, R.V., Roddaz, M., Dantas, E.L., van Loon, E., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Kim, J. & Hoorn, C. (2016) Amazon forest dynamics under changing abiotic conditions in the early Miocene (Colombian Amazonia). Journal…

Coring with the Livingstone Well-Aijen (The Netherlands)

Next to La Meuse river, near the villages of Welland Aijen, there is a large archaeological site with a long history of human occupation, including the remains of a large Mesolithic hunter gatherer community (see Marion Zijlema article for more details) The history of the…

Introducing Milan Teunissen van Manen

My name is Milan Teunissen van Manen and I just finished my first week as a Ph.D. researcher with the Palaeoecology & Landscape Ecology (P&L) group in the Institute for Biodiversity & Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED) at the University of Amsterdam (UvA)! My undergraduate studies were interdisciplinary…

Pollen database of Early-Miocene Amazonian palynological diversity

By Milan Teunissen van Manen MSc Biological Sciences, University of Amsterdam. As part of my MSc research project on Early-Miocene paleodiversity shifts due to marine incursions in the Amazon basin, I recorded and photographed large numbers of palynomorphs. The database consists of a set…