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BES Palaeoecology Special Interest Group

The British Ecological Society is preparing for the launch of a new “Palaeoecology” Special Interest Group (SIG) at the Annual Meeting 2018 in Birmingham. As part of the launch there will be a Thematic Session at the Birmingham meeting entitled “Advancing our understanding of long-term…

Palynologische Kring meeting May 2018

Palynologische Kring meeting Date: 31/05/2018 Location: Institute for Biodiversity & Ecosystem Dynamics, University of Amsterdam Organizer: Carina Hoorn Program

Introducing Yoshi Maezumi

Yoshi Maezumi is a new Marie Curie Fellow that will be joining UvA to study paleofire in Amazon Rainforest Ecotones.

Introducing Veerle Vink

Hi All! My name is Veerle, and I am in my first year of the Master in Biological Sciences, Ecology & Evolution track, at the University of Amsterdam. I also completed my BSc Biology at the University of Amsterdam, specializing in Ecology and Global…

Introducing Nina Witteveen

My name is Nina Witteveen and I’m doing a research project for my master (Biological Science) with Crystal McMichael and William Gosling. I’m analyzing phytoliths to reconstruct the vegetation changes of Campo Libre (Napo, Ecuador) of the past 30,000 years. It is so exciting…

The legacy of Alexander von Humboldt

The Journal of Biogeography is keen to highlight the current call for contributions to a special issue entitled: “The legacy of Alexander von Humboldt: Exploring the links between geo- and biodiversity” to find out more visit the special issue web pages here.

Introducing Britte Heijink

Hi all! My name is Britte Heijink and I’m doing my MSc Biological Science thesis research project with Crystal McMichael and William Gosling. I travelled with Veerle Vink and Crystal to the Colombian part of Amazonia to collect samples for my project. At Amacayacu…