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RNDr.
PhDr.
Markéta
Ph.D.
Šantrůčková
Email: 
Marketa.Santruckova [at] vukoz.cz
Specialization: 
historical geography
Specialization: 

Historical and cultural geography, land use/land cover changes, historical manor gardens and parks.

Brief CV: 

Since 2007      Silva Tarouca Research Institute of Landscape and Horticulture, Department of Cultural Landscapes and Sites, senior researcher

2004 – 2011    Ph.D. study: Charles University, Faculty of Science (Physical geography and geoecology)

1998 – 2004    Master study: Charles University, Faculty of Science (Geography – History)

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Lecturer: Péče o kulturní krajinu (Cultural landscape management) (KBE/028)

Martin
Lulák
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
nitram.kalul [at] gmail.com
Specialization: 
paleoecology, geomorphology
Specialization: 

Paleoecology of central Svalbard shorelines in holocene

Brief CV: 
2009-2012 bakalářské studium Geografie-kartografie (Přírodovědecká fakulta Univerzity Karlovy), školitel prof. RNDr. Jan Kalvoda, DrSc.
2012-2015 magisterské studium Fyzická geografie a geoekologie (Přírodovědecká fakulta Univerzity Karlovy),  školitel prof. RNDr. Jan Kalvoda, DrSc.
2016-dosud Ph.D program Fyzická geografie (Přírodovědecká fakulta Masarykovy Univerzity), školitel doc. Mgr. Daniel Nývlt, Ph.D
2015-2019 Centrum Polární Ekologie, Přírodovědecká fakulta Jihočeské univerzity, technik, lektor a přednášející
 

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
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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