Annick Van Kenhove
Annick Van Kenhove has a bachelor degree in chemistry, environmental sanitation. She is working at the Marine Biology Department since 1992 and was involved in processing epibentic, hyperbentic and meiofauna samples as well as assisting at sampling campaigns. Currently, her tasks are partly scientific (processing meiofauna samples) and partly administrative (purchases of the department and assisting the secretariat where needed) . She is a member of : - Faculty Council of Welfare and Environment - Department Board - Sustainability Committee - First Intervention Tem.
Vanhove, S.; De Mesel, I.G.; Bonne, W.; Herman, R.; Schram, D.; van Gansbeke, D.; Van Kenhove, A.; Vanreusel, A.; Gutzmann, H.E.; Martínez-Arbizu, P. (2003). The depositional environment in the Scotia/Weddell Sea and off the Northern Peninsula: overview of benthic environmental data gathered from LAMPOS-ANDEEP, in: Thatje, S. et al. (Ed.) (2003). Interactions between the Magellan Region and the Antarctic: Antarctic benthic deep-sea biodiversity. Extended Abstracts of the IBMANT/ANDEEP International Symposium and Workshop, 19-24 October, 2003, Ushuaia, Argentina. pp. 185-186
Vanhove, S.; Wittoeck, J.; Beghyn, M.; Van Gansbeke, D.; Van Kenhove, A.; Coomans, A.; Vincx, M. (1997). Role of the meiobenthos in Antarctic ecosystems, in: Caschetto, S. (Ed.) (1997). Belgian research programme on the Antarctic: scientific results of phase III (1992-1996): 1. Marine biochemistry and ecodynamics. pp. A3/02/001/1-59