M.M.J. de Jonge
M.M.J. de Jonge MSc (Melinda)
Department of Environmental Science
Institute for Water and Wetland Research
Faculty of Science
Radboud University Nijmegen
P.O. Box 9010 (mailbox no 89)
NL-6500 GL NIJMEGEN
6525 AJ NIJMEGEN
Tel. +31 (0)24 - 365 20 60
Species distribution modelling, biodiversity assessments, species viability, anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity
-Master Chemistry at Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands (cum laude):
Main thesis: Using allometry to model the impact of tropospheric ozone on the extinction vulnerability of plant species.
Minor thesis: Artificial trees for the capture of carbon dioxide from ambient air.
Internship: Species distribution modelling of two pairs of interacting grassland species across Europe. Performed at the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL).
- Bachelor Chemistry at Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands:
Thesis: Uncertainties in modelling the chemical production and loss of nitrogen reservoirs in the lower troposphere. Written at the Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)
In my project I study the various ways to model/assess the impact of anthropogenic activities on our living environment. I focus on species based assessments such as species distribution models and demographic assessments. The goal of this research is to examine a variety of methods that can improve the species based assessments methods by including more ecological detail, increasing the geographical scale or finding ways to include more species.
Last update: 15th of December 2017