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Browsing publications by Dr Eline Van Asperen.

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Dr Eline Van Asperen
Dispersal distances of dung fungal spores: an in vivo experimental setup2022
Dr Eline Van Asperen
Multiproxy analysis on Indian wild ass (Equus hemionus khur) dung from Little Rann of Western India and its implications for the palaeoecology and archaeology of arid regions2022
Dr Adam Hejnowicz
Dr Eline Van Asperen
Valuing nature beyond economics: A pluralistic evaluation framework for environmental policymaking2022
Dr Eline Van Asperen
Browsers, grazers or mix-feeders? Study of the diet of extinct Pleistocene Eurasian forest rhinoceros Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis (J├Ąger, 1839) and woolly rhinoceros Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach, 1799)2021
Dr Eline Van Asperen
Coprophilous fungal spores: non-pollen palynomorphs for the study of past megaherbivores2021
Dr Eline Van Asperen
Red Panda feces from Eastern Himalaya as a modern analogue for palaeodietary and palaeoecological analyses2021
Dr Eline Van Asperen
Coprophilous and non-coprophilous fungal spores of Bos mutus modern dung from the Indian Himalaya: Implications to temperate palaeoherbivory and palaeoecological analysis2020
Dr Eline Van Asperen
Relating dung fungal spore influx rates to animal density in a temperate environment: implications for palaeoecological studies2020
Professor Lisa-Marie Shillito
John Blong
Dr Eline Van Asperen
The what, how and why of archaeological coprolite analysis2020
Dr Eline Van Asperen
Biostratigraphy and Paleoecology of European Equus2019
Dr Eline Van Asperen
Dr Mark Goddard
Beyond Ecosystem Services: Valuing the Invaluable2017