I am interested in human-vegetation interactions, especially in late Antiquity and Medieval times. I use available pollen data to make quantitative models of past changes in the vegetation. I am interested in multidisciplinary approaches to landscape reconstruction that include paleoecology, archaeology, paleogeography, economic and environmental history.
2019 – present: PhD University of St Andrews, Geography
2016-2019: MSc Utrecht University, Environmental Biology (Palaeoecology)
2013-2016: BSc University of Groningen, Biology
Active research projects:
New digital tools for using palaeoenvironmental records to understand longterm human ecodynamics in Iceland