Tag: Research Group of Palaeoecology & Landscape Ecology

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…

Past environmental change on Mauritius: Unknown macro-fossils

Past environmental change on Mauritius has been the focus of research with the Palaeoecology & Landscape Ecology group at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) for a number of years. This research has been lead by Erik de Boer and Henry Hooghiemstra and has already…

Ecology of the past 2014

2014 has seen more people visit this blog and more “clicks” through to articles than in any previous year (see Annual Report 2014). So thanks for reading! I hope that the information provided is useful. For me 2014 has been a big year of…

Assistant Professor Palaeoecology

Vacancy: Assistant Professor Palaeoecology (5-year tenure track) Palaeoecology & Landscape Ecology Institute of Biodiversity & Ecosystem Dynamics University of Amsterdam Closing data: 14 December 2014 Interviews: January 2015 We are looking for an ecologist with experience and interest in long timescales specifically related to…