PhD Anne Zangerlé

Landscape Ecology

Department of Ecology and Ecosystem Management

Technische Universität München

Emil-Ramann-Str. 6

85354 Freising, Germany

 

Tel.: +49 (0)8161 71-2503

Fax: +49 (0)8161 71-4143

E-Mail: anne.zangerle@tum.de

 


Curriculum vitae

2009-2011

PhD in Soil Ecology, « Participation of ecosystem engineers to soil macroaggregation : analysis of patterns and interactions », Ecole Doctorale Diversité du Vivant, University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris - France

2006-2008

Master in Ecology, entitled “Ecology, Biodiversity and Evolution, speciality Ecological Engineering“, University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris - France

2003-2006Bachelor in Biology, entitled “Cell biology and physiology”, Universities Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg - France and Albert Ludwigs Universität, Freiburg - Germany
2002-2003Graduation from High School – Lycée Michel Rodange, Luxembourg

 


Publications

Zangerlé, A., A. Pando, and P. Lavelle (2011), Do Earthworms and roots cooperate to build soil macroaggregates? A microcosm experiment, Geoderma, 167, 303-309.

 

Jouquet, P., A. Zangerlé, C. Rumpel, D. Brunet, N. Bottinelli, and T. Tran Duc (2009), Relevance and limitations of biogenic and physicogenic classification: a comparison of approaches for differentiating the origin of soil aggregates, European Journal of Soil Science, 60, 1117–1125.