ECN people

The PAGES ECN was organized as a result of PAGES' 3rd Young Scientists Meeting (YSM), which took place in Spain in 2017.

In response to the astounding success of this and the previous YSM meetings, participants volunteered to form the steering committee to develop an Early-Career Network within the PAGES research community.

The steering committee is composed of PhD students and postdocs with a wide range of expertise and skill sets in many areas of paleosciences.

Stella Alexandroff
Bangor University, United Kingdom
Paleoceanography, Sclerochronology
Xavier Benito
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Tropical Biogeography, Paleolimnology
Alicja Bonk
Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Paleolimnology, Varve chronology
Vachel Carter
Charles University, Czech Republic
Paleoecology, forest disturbances
Manuel Chevalier
University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Quantitative paleoclimatology
Andrea Kay
University of Lausanne, Switzerland
African archaeology, land use and environment
Alexander Koch
University College London, United Kingdom
Earth System Modeling, land-use/land-cover change
S. Yoshi Maezumi
University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Amazonian Paleoecology
Nick Schafstall
Czech University of Life Sciences, Czech Republic
Quaternary Entomology, forest disturbances
Tamara Trofimova
Uni Research, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Norway
Sclerochronology, Paleoceanography

Active members

Working alongside the steering committee, active members from around the globe will be asked to contribute to the organisation of webinars, workshops, and participate in outreach events such as our ECN blog and our Twitter and Facebook accounts.

We seek participation among active members who are interested in acting as regional ECN representatives to facilitate the global integration of early-career researchers (ECRs) into the wider scientific community. To strengthen the position of ECRs within the PAGES working group community, members of the ECN steering committee will work with PAGES working group leaders to establish liaisons between the two groups.

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        Schematic representation of the structure and position of the ECN within the PAGES ecosystem.


Learn more and participate

To become a member of the PAGES Early-Career Network, subscribe to the ECN mailing list here. Also, please update your PAGES People Database profile by logging into your account and ticking the new ECN box located under the name and username section. If you are not a member of PAGES People Database, you can join easily here.

Contact us

You can email us directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and/or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Webinars will be uploaded to the ECN YouTube Channel.