Search staff/organisations JIM Moree MSc MA
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Name JIM Moree MSc MA
FirstnameJelle
Emailjelle.moree@wur.nl

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DescriptionPromovendus
OrganizationDepartment of Environmental Sciences
Organization UnitSoil Geography and Landscape
Phone+31 317 488 767
Mobile+31 6 18523877
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Visiting addressDroevendaalsesteeg 3
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room101/B115
Postal addressPostbus 47
6700AA, WAGENINGEN
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DescriptionPromovendus
OrganizationDepartment of Environmental Sciences
Organization UnitSoil Geography and Landscape
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  • Secretary of the board - Sedimentologische Kring
    Jan 2021 - Jan 2024

    As secretary, I manage the administration, take care of the communication with the members, and help my fellow board members with organising the societys activities.


Biography

Jelle Moree (1995) is a PhD candidate within the EARTHWORK project of the Soil Geography and Landscape group (promotor: prof. dr. Jakob Wallinga, co-promotor: dr. Roy van Beek).

He obtained both his BSc (Hons) and MSc in the earth sciences at Utrecht University (faculty of Geosciences) (MSc thesis), while he got his MA in archaeology at Leiden University (MA thesis). Throughout his studies and now also during his professional career he has been fascinated by human-landscape interactions - both in the past as well as in the present and future.

Before his current position, Moree was affiliated with Utrecht University (department of Physical Geography) as a junior researcher of palaeogeographic cartography (2020) and as a field assistant with archaeology and heritage services companies RAAP (2017) and BAAC (2019).


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  • Geological & archaeological coring fieldwork
  • Geological & archaeological mapping
  • Landscape reconstruction
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PhD researcher within the EARTHWORK project (SGL)

Currently, I am one of two PhD researchers in the (NWO-funded) EARTHWORK project. I will be focussing on the dating of earthworks in the coastal and fluvial landscapes of the Netherlands (e.g. dykes & dwelling mounds/terps). Consequently, I will study how these earthworks affect(ed) human-landscape interactions in the past, present and future. For more information, see the press release (1st of October 2020) below.

EARTHWORK project connects the past, present and future

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