Danielle Schreve

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Danielle Schreve

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Danielle Schreve

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Danielle.Schreve@rhul.ac.uk

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Department of Geography

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Director of the Centre for Quaternary Research

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Danielle is a vertebrate palaeontologist and specialist in Quaternary mammals. Her research focuses on the fossil mammal record from the last 2.5 million years, combining biostratigraphy (the use of fossil assemblages as a dating tool), palaeoecology, taphonomy and the interaction of past mammalian communities with early humans. The framework she has developed now forms a part of the established basis for our understanding of glacial-interglacial mammalian faunal turnover in NW Europe and is widely employed by stratigraphers, palaeontologists, geochronologists and archaeologists. As a former President of the Geologists’ Association (only the third woman to serve in over 150 years) and current Vice-President of the Quaternary Research Association, she maintains a strong commitment to public science communication. She is also an active fieldworker, currently leading investigations into a number of important new palaeontological sites in Britain.

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Phd Students

Danielle Schreve supervises the following DTP students:

Angharad Jones
RHUL | IOZ
Biodiversity and Ecology

2014 (Cohort 1)

Emily Wiesendanger
RHUL
Biodiversity and Ecology

2016 (Cohort 3)

RHUL | NHM
Past Life and. . .

2020 (Cohort 7)

Elizabeth Peneycad
RHUL
Past Life and. . .

2014 (Cohort 1)

David Arnold
RHUL
Past Life and. . .

2015 (Cohort 2)

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