Ms A.C.M. (Adele) Julier MSc
Faculty of Science
Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics
Science Park A
Science Park 904
1090 GE Amsterdam
I am a PhD student based at The Open University (OU) supervised by William Gosling at the University of Amsterdam.
My PhD is part of the NERC funded project, '500,000 years of solar irradiance, climate and vegetation changes'. I am looking at modern pollen-vegetation relationships in Ghana, using pollen traps to characterise pollen output from different vegetation types such as savannah and seasonally dry tropical forest. This work will aid in the interpretation of the long term pollen record data from Lake Bosumtwi. I will also be partaking in outreach activities and undertaking fieldwork in Ghana on both 2013 and 2014 to collect and replace pollen traps.
For further details click here to visit my OU web page.
- Gosling, W. D., Julier, A. C. M., Adu-Bredu, S., Djagbletey, G., Fraser, W. T., Jardine, P. E., ... Moore, S. (2017). Pollen-vegetation richness and diversity relationships in the tropics. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. DOI: 10.1007/s00334-017-0642-y
- Julier, A. C. M., Jardine, P. E., Adu-Bredu, S., Coe, A. L., Duah-Gyamfi, A., Fraser, W. T., ... Gosling, W. D. (2017). The modern pollen–vegetation relationships of a tropical forest–savannah mosaic landscape, Ghana, West Africa. Palynology. DOI: 10.1080/01916122.2017.1356392