6 search results for “paleobotany” in the Public website
Hundreds of fossil tree species belong to a single species
Paleobotanist Menno Booi discovered that 250 previously described fossil tree species are objectively not distinguishable; they belong to only one single species.
Holocene Paleoenvironmental Evolotion of a Perimarine Fluviatile Area
Geology and Paleobotany of the Area surrounding the Archaeological Excavation at the Hazendonk River Dune (Western Netherlands).
APL 17 - Collection of Papers
Published by the Modderman Stichting / Faculty of Archaeology - Leiden University.
Stratigraphy, Palaeoenvironment and Archaeology of the Middle and Late Pleistocene Deposits.
Mike Field to head the Bioarchaeology Labs
Dr Mike Field is the newly appointed Head of the Bioarchaeology Laboratories (Zoology, Human Osteology, and Botany). The new laboratories provide members of the Faculty with a first class infrastructure. “I see the laboratories as available for everyone to use.”
Mike Field’s Leiden Experience: ‘I try to make research teaching and teaching research.’
Mike Field has been at the Faculty of Archaeology since 2008. As a driven archaeobotanist, he is consistantly contributing to the study of plant fossils encountered in many faculty as well as external projects. ‘Flexibility, spontaneity, creativity, these are all parts of being an academic.’