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RNDr.
Zdenka
Ph.D.
Křenová
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Centrum pro výzkum globální změny AV ČR
Email: 
gentiana [at] prf.jcu.cz
Specialization: 
Ecology, Conservation Biology
Specialization: 

Biodiversity, population biology, nature conservation, management of protected areas, wilderness.

Work experiences: Ecologist, population biologist, university teacher, manager of protected area, Natura 2000 expert, LTER platform coordinator, CZ-BY Interreg project coordinator

Brief CV: 

Education

2003 – 10 months postdoc position – UCLA, supervisor prof. R. Mattoni

2001 – Ph.D.  – University of South Bohemia, Č.  Budějovice; population biology of endangered species, supervisor prof. J. Lepš

1997 – M.S. – University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice; botany

1994 – B.S. – University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice; plant ecology

Training courses:

July 2011, Vilm Island, Germany – Transboundary cooperation verifiers – org. Europarc Federation;

November 2008, Tour du Valat, France – Adaptive management planning – org. by Eurosite & FOS

Natura 2000 expert meetings and periodical trainings – twice a year


Working experiences

2012– now, Global Change Research Centre, AS CR: Junior researcher – Department of Biodiversity 

2012– now, Charles University Prague, Faculty of Sciences: University teacher – courses: Management of Protected Areas, Strategic planning in Nature Conservation

2001– now, University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Sciences: University teacher – courses: Nature Conservation, Plant Population Ecology, Strategic planning in Forestry and Nature Conservation – this course is offered together with the University of Wagenningen, NL

2010– 2012, Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany: Consulter – Natura 2000 expert and several transboundary projects

2004– 2010, Šumava National Park, Czech Rep.: Head of Department of Research and Nature Protection, a Deputy Director of NP since May 2007

1997–2004, University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Sciences: Research assistant – several plant ecology projects

2003, Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy, Los Angeles, California: Project manager – restoration project

1999–2002, State Agency of Nature Conservation, Czech Rep.: Botanist


Study tours & international field trips (longer than 20 days): Scandinavia, Romania – the Carpathians Mts., South–west of the U.S.A., Egypt, South Africa, Kazakhstan, Spain, Slovenia, and many European national parks, Australia&Tasmania


Membership in professional associations

  • The Czech Botanical Society – a member;  June 1992 – present
  • The Czech Ecological Society – a member; October 2009 – present
  • Europarc Federation, Czech section – a vice–president, June 2008 – May 2011
  • Czech LTER Committee – a member; January 2009 – present  
  • Society of Conservation Biology – a member of Police Comm., May 2012 – present
  • IUCN, WCPA – member, November 2014 - present
More information: 

 

Room: 
BC-303
Ing.
Klára
Ph.D.
Salzmann
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
klarasalzmann [at] gmail.com
Specialization: 
Autorizovaný krajinářský architekt
Specialization: 

Územní a krajinné plánování.

Room: 
BC-305a
prof.
Ing.
Hana
CSc.
Šantrůčková
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
hana.santruckova [at] prf.jcu.cz
Phone: 
2361
Specialization: 
transformace C,N a P v půdě
Room: 
BP-361
doc.
Josef
CSc.
Hejzlar
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Hydrobiologický ústav BC AVČR
Email: 
hejzlar [at] hbu.cas.cz
Phone: 
5876
Room: 
SÁD-227
doc.
Keith
Ph.D.
Edwards
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
edwards [at] prf.jcu.cz
Phone: 
2259
Specialization: 
wetland ecology
Specialization: 

wetland plant ecology, wet grasslands, plant eco-physiology, ecosystem management

Room: 
BP-259
Jakub
Ph.D.
Borovec
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Hydrobiologický ústav BC AVČR
Email: 
jborovec [at] hbu.cas.cz
Phone: 
5877
Room: 
SÁD-226
RNDr.
Martin
Ph.D.
Hais
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
martin.hais [at] seznam.cz
Phone: 
++420 38 777 2310
Specialization: 
Landscape ecology, GIS, Remote sensing
Specialization: 

Disturbance of forest ecosystems, their delineation, development and dynamic. Research is focused mainly on spruce forest decay in the Šumava Mts. due to bark beetle outbreak.

Modeling of vegetation cover using climatic predictors.

Potential of climatic anomalies for vegetation communities.

Brief CV: 

Since 2008: Reaserch assistant, Department of Ecosystem Biology, Faculty of Science
University of South Bohemia

2011: Fulbright fellow: Oregon State University, Corvallis, USA (6 months)

2003 – 2008: Reaserch assistant, Applied ecology laboratory, Faculty of Agriculture,
University of South Bohemia

2001: Erasmus scholarship; Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz, Germany (6 months)

2000 –2008: PhD study, Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology, Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague. PhD thesis: The development and spectral response of deforestation in central part of Šumava Mountains assessed using remote sensing and GIS (RNDr., PhD.)

1996 - 2000: Msc. Study: biology, hydrobiology Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague (Mgr.)

1993 - 2000: Msc. Study: biology – geography: Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague (Mgr.)

More information: 

Projects:

2011 – 2015 GAČR (P504/11/0454): Biodiversity change during the Pleistocene-Holocene transition: modern analogues in relict ecosystems of Siberia

2010 – 2014 GAČR (526/09/1749): The role of disturbances in dynamics of temperate mountain spruce-dominated forests – a landscape simulation model of the Šumava Mts.

2007 – 2009 GAAV (B600870701): Mountain spruce forests after bark beetle outbreak: dynamics of vegetation and natural regeneration

Room: 
BC-306
Ing.
Tomáš
Ph.D.
Picek
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
picek [at] prf.jcu.cz
Phone: 
387 772 348
Specialization: 
soil and wetland ecology
Specialization: 

microbial processes and nutrient cycling in constructed and natural wetlands, interactions of vegetation and soil microbial community, greenhouse gas emissions from wetland soils, quality of dissolved organic matter in wetland soils

Brief CV: 

1995      University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, Faculty of Agriculture and  Faculty of Biological Sciences, Ing. (MSc) in agriculture, specialisation Pedobiotechnology

1996 - 1999  - employee at the Institute of Soil Biology, Czech Academy of Science

2001     PhD, specialisation ecology, at the Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of South Bohemia, thesis: ”The effect of soil aeration status on microbial activities and organic substrate transformation”

2001 till present -  Research assistant at the Department of Ecosystem Biology, Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia

2013-2016 – every year, 2-4 months employed at the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Ulm University, Ulm, Germany through programm UULM PRO MINT & MED -  organization of the course “Wetland ecology” (http://www.uni-ulm.de/nawi/nawi-edusapman/work-packages/work-package-4/wetland-ecology.html)

More information: 

Projects

- Functional diversity of soil microorganisms in spruce swamp forest and its effect on soil DOM (GAČR 13-17398S, 2013-2016)

- Gaseous products of microbial decomposition of organic wastewater pollution in constructed wetland (GA ČR, GP206/03/P021, 2003-2005)

Teaching

2013 - present        course “Wetland ecology” at Faculty of Natural Sciences, Ulm University, Ulm, Germany, programm UULM PRO MINT & MED (3 weeks intense course), runing every year from 2013 (http://www.uni-ulm.de/nawi/nawi-edusapman/work-packages/work-package-4/wetland-ecology.html)

2012 - present        included as a teacher into Erasmus international programm „Soil and water“ and Educational Network on Soil and Plant Ecology and Management (https://www.uni-ulm.de/nawi/nawi-edusapman.html)

2001 – present       Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia – teaching of course “Soil chemistry and physics”, partly included in courses “Wetland ecology” and “Production ecology”, supervisor of bachelor, master and PhD thesis

Room: 
BP-348
RNDr.
Jiří
Ph.D.
Kaňa
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Hydrobiologický ústav BC AVČR
Email: 
jiri.kana [at] centrum.cz
Phone: 
387775827
Specialization: 
soil chemistry, hydrobiology,
Specialization: 

Soil nutrient cycle in acidified mountain soils, impact of soil chemistry on freshwater quality.

Room: 
SÁD-228