My research is focused on creating reconstructions of vegetation and climate for the Late glacial and Holocene period. I analyze pollen and plant macrofossils from sediments collected in lake and bog environments. Combining these records with other proxies such as loss-on-ignition and a good chronology provides information on interactions between the landscape, climate and vegetation. Previously I have worked with North-Western European sites. Currently I am focusing on multiple islands in the Southern Ocean as part of the 'Effects and Responses to changing environments in the Sub-Antarctic' (CHANGE) project.
- (2021). Pollen evidence of variations in Holocene climate and Southern Hemisphere Westerly Wind strength on sub- Antarctic South Georgia. The Holocene.
- (2021). 30,000 years of landscape and vegetation dynamics in a mid-elevation Andean valley. Quaternary Science Reviews.
- (2021). Reconstructing past environments in the sub-Antarctic.
- (2021). Southern Hemisphere Westerly Winds and Holocene climate variability on sub-Antarctic South Georgia.
- (2020). Pollen inferred Holocene vegetation and climate variability on sub-Antarctic South Georgia.
- (2020). How tiny algae highlight our current climate problems. BES Palaeoecology Special Interest Group.
- (2020). Holocene climate variability on sub-Antarctic South Georgia.
The CHANGE project.
Effects and responses to changing environments in the Sub-Antarctic (CHANGE) is a three-year project funded by the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Bergen.