Tag: savanna

Introducing Yoshi Maezumi

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

Pollen-vegetation richness and diversity relationships in the tropics

Online, open access: Gosling, W.D., Julier, A.C.M., Adu-Bredu, S., Djagbletey, G.D., Fraser, W.T., Jardine, P.E., Lomax, B.H., Malhi, Y., Manu, E.A., Mayle, F.E. & Moore, S. (2017) Pollen-vegetation richness and diversity relationships in the tropics. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. DOI: 10.1007/s00334-017-0642-y

Recent reading

Lahr, M.M. et al. (2016) Inter-group violence among early Holocene hunter-gatherers of West Turkana, Kenya. Nature 529, 394-398. doi: 10.1038/nature16477 Rademaker, K., Hodgins, G., Moore, K., Zarrillo, S., Miller, C., Bromley, G.R.M., Leach, P., Reid, D.A., Yepez Alvarez, W. & Sandweiss, D.H. (2014) Paleoindian…

Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting 2016 – day 2

Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting (NAEM) 2016 10 February 2016 Conference Centre “De Werelt”, Lunteren Day 2 of the NAEM breakfast 07:30, first lectures at 08:30… Two keynotes today thinking about ecological stoichiometry the first by Stan Harpole (Martin-Luther-Universitat-Halle-Wittenberg) focused on resource ratio theory, and…

Humans and fires in the Brazilian Cerrado: A palaeoecological perspective

Fires and biodiversity in Brazilian savanna A new video from Boromir Bogumil on sediment coring and the natural history of the Brazilian savannah (Cerrado):    

Montoya PhD thesis 2011

Montoya, E. (2011) Paleocology of the southern Gran Sabana (SE Venezuela) since the Late Glacial to the present. PhD Thesis, Department of Animal Biology, Plant Biology and Ecology, Unitersitat Autonoma de Barcelona. Abstract: This thesis is aimed to study the paleoecology of the southern…

Miller PhD thesis 2014

Miller, C.S. (2014) 520,000 years of environmental change in West Africa. PhD Thesis, Department of Environment, Earth & Ecosystems, The Open University. Abstract: Global temperatures are predicted to rise by 2–2.5°C by 2065, profoundly affecting the Earth’s environment. The response of ecosystems to past…