Professor Simon Haberle

TypeParty
Party Typeperson
Access PrivilegesSchool of Culture, History and Language
TitleProfessor
Given NameSimon
SurnameHaberle
NLA Identifier46778553
Full DescriptionSimon completed his PhD at ANU on the Late Quaternary Environmental History of the Tari Basin, Papua New Guinea, in 1994. While holding postdoctoral positions at the Smithsonian (STRI, Panama) and at the University of Cambridge he continued to pursue his interest in the role of past climate change and human activity on tropical and temperate ecosystems through work in the Amazon Basin and southern South America. His research is currently focussed on the application of high-resolution palaeoecological analysis to our understanding of the impact of climate variability and human activity on terrestrial ecosystems of the Pacific and Indian Oceans during the Holocene. He is also developing e-Research tools in palaeoecology such as the Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas and the PalaeoWorks website. He is currently using his knowledge of Australian pollen to explore the impact of atmospheric pollen and spores on respiratory health.
Email Addresssimon.haberle@anu.edu.au
Postal AddressSchool of Culture, History and Language
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
HC Coombs Building

Phone Number+61 2 61255125
Website Addresshttps://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/haberle-sg
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5802-6535
Fields of Research060206 - Palaeoecology
060208 - Terrestrial Ecology
Status: Published
Published To:
- Australian National University
- Australian National Data Service
Identifier: anudc:5995
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