Teaching

2017. Guest Lecturer. One-day lecture and practical on dung fungal spores, part of Palynology course. MSc Quaternary Science, Royal Holloway University of London, UK

2016. Guest Lecturer for PRIDE, an EU Horizon-2020 Innovative Doctoral Training Network 2015-2019. Brunell Univeristy, UK.

2016. Teaching field trip to Scotland with. MSc Aquatic Science, UCL, UK.

2016. Co-Supervisor: Undergraduate dissertation on ecological changes since industrialisation of an English upland lake. UCL, UK.

2016. Guest Lecturer. Three hour lecture on ‘Aquatic landscapes in space and time’. MSc Aquatic Science and MSc Conservation, UCL, UK.

2015. Guest Lecturer. Three hour lecture on ‘Aquatic landscapes in space and time’. MSc Aquatic Science and MSc Conservation, UCL, UK.

2014. Guest Lecturer. Three hour lecture on  ‘Aquatic landscapes in space and time’. MSc Aquatic Science and MSc Conservation, UCL, UK.

2014. Co-Supervisor: Undergraduate dissertation on vegetation dynamics during the Late Quaternary megafaunal extinctions, Alaska. UCL, UK.

2012. Supervisor: Undergraduate dissertation on the long-term impact of large herbivores on Beech (Fagus sylvatica) establishment in the New Forest, UK, using dung fungal spores. University of Oxford, UK.

2011-2012. Tutorial leader on the topic of rewilding. MSc/MA Conservation and BSc Biological Sciences, Univeristy of Oxford, UK.

2011. Demonstrator. Biodiversity Survey practical. Field collection of forest vascular plants and insects, laboratory identification and guidance on the use of statistics for report write-ups. BSc Biological Sciences, Univeristy of Oxford, UK.

2010. Supervisor. Undergraduate dissertation on the forest history of sacred groves in the Western Ghats, India, using phytoliths. University of Oxford, UK. Results now published as Nogue et al 2016.