Aarhus Universitets segl

Anne Mette Lykke

PhD, Seniorforsker

Anne Mette Lykke


Research on ethnobotany, sustainable use of plants, vegetation ecology, carbon sequestration, biodiversity, desertification and conservation. The research is focused in the tropics, mainly Africa, and has an applied and multidisciplinary approach. Project coordination, capacity building, teaching and supervision in West Africa. Teaching and development of courses in Denmark.



INNO4EST - Innovative forests for curbing climate change while integrating biodiversity, nutrient retention, and recreation

Environmental Governance at Local Level (DFC course)

CRES - Climate change resilience of ecosystem services

NEW AFRICAN OILS, From research to marketing of new African oils for food and cosmetics

TREEFOOD - Reducing malnutrition through the food supplements from native tree species in Sub-Saharan Africa

SHEATHE - Xenobiotics and heavy metals in Ghana

UNDESERT - Understanding and combating desertification to mitigate its impact on ecosystem services

QUALITREE - Research-based tree oil produktion in West Africa

SUN - Tools for management and sustainable use of natural vegetation in West Africa

GBIF - Appraisal for a Global Biodiversity Information Facility node in Ghana

ENRECA - Enhancement of research capacity in West Africa

Forest and People in Thailand - Natural resource management in Northern Thailand

SEREIN - Sahel-Sudan Environmental Research Initiative

WWF  - Evaluation of nature quality and possibilities of nature protection in Northern Niger

Teaching – Multivariate statistics, applied statistics, ethnobotany, vegetation analysis, torpical ecology, field methods, scientific writing etc

Supervision – Danish and African PhD, master and bachelor students






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