Saskia Jancke


Address
Museum für Naturkunde
Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science
Invalidenstrasse 43
10115 Berlin
Germany

Phone +49 (0)30 2093 8506
Fax +49 (0)30 2093 8565
E-Mail saskia.jancke(at)mfn-berlin.de

Tasks

Researcher in the project: Exploitation of digital collection data: A pilot study in the mammal collection

Within the DFG-LIS funded project “exploitation of digital collection data” the digital collection data of the mammal collection are standardised in terms of their taxonomic and geographical information. One aim of the project is to allow georeferencing of the specimens locations. Further aims are the development and implementation of common transfer tools to achieve data migration to open-access databases as for example BioCASE and GBIF. This will allow external information retrievals of collection data and thus will open new perspectives for the scientific exploration of collections.

Publications

Schmidt, A.R., Jancke, S., Lindquist, E.E., Ragazzi, E., Roghi, G., Nascimbene, P.C., Schmidt, K., Wappler, T., Grimaldi, D.A. (2012). Arthropods in amber from the Triassic Period. PNAS 109(37): 14796-801.

S. Jancke & P. Giere (2011). Patterns of otter Lutra lutra road mortality in a landscape abundant in lakes. European Journal of Wildlife Research 57: 373-381.

P. Giere & S. Jancke (2010). Professor Georg Friedrich Paul Matschie. In: Klasse, Ordnung, Art – 200 Jahre Museum für Naturkunde, Editors: Ferdinand Damaschun, Sabine Hackethal, Hannelore Landsberg und Reinhold Leinfelder, 307 pgs.

Alexander R. Schmidt, Vincent Perrichot, Matthias Svojtka, Ken B. Anderson, Kebede H. Belete, Robert Bussert, Heinrich Dörfelt, Saskia Jancke, Barbara Mohr, Eva Mohrmann, Paul C. Nascimbene, André Nel, Patricia Nel, Eugenio Ragazzi, Guido Roghi, Erin E. Saupe, Kerstin Schmidt, Harald Schneider, Paul A. Selden, and Norbert Vávra (2010): Cretaceous African life captured in amber. PNAS 107 (16), 7329 – 7334.

Last update: 06.03.2014