I started as a new PhD student in palaeobiology in January 2016.
I did my Bachelor studies in Germany (TU Bergakademie Freiberg), came to Norway to do my Master’s in Geology and worked on the sedimentology, sequence-stratigraphy and stable isotopes of a glacially induced incised valley system of the Ordovician in the Oslo Region.
I find the interactions of bio- and geosphere fascinating and decided therefore to start working on palaeobiological questions. My main interest lies in the fields of palaeoenvironments and –ecology.
In my PhD thesis, I will work on local and global patterns of the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event. We aim for to get a better understanding of biodiversity and palaeoecology by combining both biological/ecological and geological approaches.
GEO4230 - Basin formation and sequence stratigraphy
GEL2150 - Field course and methodology in geology and geophysics
- Planke, Sverre; Zuchuat, Valentin; Svensen, Henrik; Hammer, Øyvind; Braathen, Alvar; Silkoset, Petter; Midtkandal, Ivar; Nagy, Jenø; Kürschner, Wolfram Michael; van Soelen, Elsbeth Ester; Faleide, Jan Inge; Augland, Lars Eivind; Jones, Morgan Thomas; Jerram, Dougal Alexander; Franeck, Franziska; Sassier, Caroline; Domeier, Mathew; Twitchett, Richard J.; Jochmann, Malte; Zayoncheck, Andrey; Haflidason, Haflidi; Buckley, Simon John; Kurz, Tobias Herbert; Olaussen, Snorre; Mørk, Atle; Løvø, Vigdis & Lie, Jan Erik (2016). Coring and High-Resolution Imaging of the Permian-Triassic Boundary in Deltadalen, Svalbard.