Annetrude is a PhD candidate for the Institute of Environmental sciences.
She has completed her bachelor in Plant Sciences Wagening University and Research her master in Biology, Biodiversity & sustainability at Leiden University. Her first Master thesis was about 'Soil biodiversity in European ash (Fraxinus excelsior) with and without ash dieback in Amelisweerd' & her second thesis about 'The effects of niche breadth on the response of waterfowl to landscape change in the Northeast China Plain'.
Annetrude is researching the topic of 'Modelling chemical source-to-damage pathways in terrestrial ecosystems with functional diversity'.
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