Simon Engelberger

Mag.

Technician (Zoological Collection)

simon.engelberger@univie.ac.at

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Teaching at the Univ. Vienna

 About me

My interests are focused on vertebrate collections building, data basing and long-term preservation. To expand their full potential in research and education, specimen collections need to be well documented, accessible and maintained in a way that optimally preserves their physical integrity. As part of the University of Vienna's zoological collection management team, I am currently joining the ongoing specimen re-housing and data basing project.

I am also teaching courses on animal identification and zoological excursions.

 Publication list

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Kryštufek, B., Koren, T., Engelberger, S., Horváth, G. F., Purger, J. J., Arslan, A., Chisąmera, G., & Murariu, D. (2015). Fossorial morphotype does not make a species in water voles. Mammalia, 79(3), 293-303. doi.org/10.1515/mammalia-2014-0059


Krystufek, B., Engelberger, S., Muzaferovic, S., Buzan, E. V., Skok, J., Skrijelj, R., & Herzig-Straschil, B. (2010). ASSESSING POPULATION SIZE OF MARTINO'S VOLE (DINAROMYS BOGDANOVI) IN CENTRAL BOSNIA. Hystrix, 21(2), 165-169. doi.org/10.4404/Hystrix-21.2-4526


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