Anne Elise Stratton

  • Room 8A-40, NU-building

  • Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), De Boelelaan 1111

    1081 HV Amsterdam

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Anne Elise Stratton is an applied agricultural ecologist and Postdoctoral Researcher in the Environmental Geography Department at the Institute for Environmental Studies. As an interdisciplinary scholar, she integrates methods from the ecological and social sciences to evaluate impacts of agricultural management on ecosystem functions and nutrition security. Her current research assesses the potential to enhance food system sustainability through increased production and consumption of diverse legume crops across Europe.

Anne Elise holds a PhD from the School for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan. She also has prior experience working for the nonprofit EcoLogic Development Fund to develop agroforestry and other sustainable development programs. Her work aims to inform transitions to sustainable agriculture in policy and practice at local, regional, and global scales.


Agriculture; Diversified farming systems; Cover crops; Legume crops; Biological nitrogen fixation; Crop nutrient content; Sustainability transitions; Food systems.


2021: PhD in Agroecology, School for Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan, United States.

2015: BSc in Biology and Environmental Studies, Tufts University, United States.

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