Anneke TM ter Schure

Anneke TM ter Schure
University of Oslo · Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis

PhD

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Introduction
Anneke ter Schure is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis at the University of Oslo.
Additional affiliations
September 2018 - present
University of Oslo
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2016 - August 2018
University of Amsterdam
Position
  • Teacher
April 2016 - July 2017
Ecofide
Position
  • Researcher

Publications

Publications (5)
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Uncovering anthropogenic and environmental drivers behind past biological change requires integrated analyses of long-term records from a diversity of disciplines. We applied an interdisciplinary approach exploring effects of human land-use and environmental changes on vegetation dynamics at Lake Ljøgottjern in southeastern Norway during the Holoce...
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The study of faecal samples to reconstruct the diets and habitats of extinct megafauna has traditionally relied on pollen and macrofossil analysis. DNA metabarcoding has emerged as a valuable tool to complement and refine these proxies. While published studies have compared the results of these three proxies for sediments, this comparison is curren...
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The Malai Mahadeshwara Wildlife Sanctuary (MMH) in southern India is home to several long‐standing ethnic and tribal groups and supports a considerable number of domestic herbivores (cattle, goats and water buffalo) as well as a range of wildlife (including several species of deer, bonnet macaque, and Asian elephant). We reconstructed dietary niche...
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Hazard assessment of refinery effluents is challenging due to their compositional complexity. Therefore, a weight of evidence approach using a combination of tools is often required. Previous research has focused on several predictive tools ranging from sophisticated chemical analyses – biomimetic extraction to quantify the potentially bioaccumulat...

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