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Mgr.
Claire
Ph.D.
Duchet
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
cduchet [at] prf.jcu.cz
Phone: 
2244
+387 772 244
Specialization: 
Aquatic toxicology, community ecology
Brief CV: 

2020 – Present: Postdoctoral fellow Faculty of Science USB, České Budějovice

2017-2020: Postdoctoral Researcher at Washington State University, Puyallup, WA, USA

2013-2017: Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa, Israel

2010 - 2013: Project manager. EID Méditerranée, Montpellier, France

2005 – 2010: Graduate Student, Ph.D. Université de Bretagne, Rennes, France

2003 – 2004: Graduate Student, M.S. University of Metz and Caen, France

2000 – 2003: Research Technician. EID Méditerranée, Montpellier, France

1997 – 2000: B.Sc. in Hydrobiology at Blaise Pascal University, Clermont-Ferrand, France

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Grants and fellowships

2020: U. S. Environmental Protection Agency's National Estuary Program (NTA ID: 2018-0354). $274,970

2016: Institutional Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, University of Haifa, Israel. 61,700 NIS

2015: Postdoc fellowship 2nd year, University of Haifa, Israel. 61,700 NIS

2014: Postdoc fellowship, University of Haifa, Israel. 61,700 NIS

2010: Life+ environment project, European Commission. Grant for task monitoring of the non-intentional effects: 1, 360, 624 €

Publications

Duchet C., Mukherjee S., Stein M., Spencer M., Blaustein L. 2020. Effect of desiccation on mosquito oviposition site selection in Mediterranean temporary habitats. Ecological Entomology 45:498-513. doi:10.1111/een.12821

Rosenfeld S., Blaustein L., Kneitel J., Duchet C., Horwitz R., Rybak O., Polevikov A., Rahav E. 2019. The abundance and larval performance of Aedes phoeniciae in supralittoral rock-pools. Hydrobiologia: 1-12. doi.org/10.1007/s10750-019-04063-6

Rosenfeld S., Porretta D., Rahav E., Mastrantonio V., Duchet C., Blaustein L. 2018. Molecular identification of Aedes phoeniciae (Diptera: Culicidae) in rockpools along the northern Israeli coast. Journal of Vector Ecology 43(2): 344-347. doi.org/10.1111/jvec.12321

Duchet C., Moraru G.M., Spencer M., Saurav K., Bertrand C., Fayolle S., Gershberg-Hayoon A., Shapir R., Steindler L, Blaustein L. 2018. Pesticide-mediated trophic cascade creates ecological trap for mosquitoes. Ecosphere 9(4): e02179. 10.1002/ecs2.2179. doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2179

Duchet C., Moraru G.M., Segev O., Spencer M., Gershberg Hayoon A., Blaustein L. 2017. Effect of flash flooding on mosquito and community dynamics in experimental pools. Journal of Vector Ecology 42(2): 254-263. doi.org/10.1111/jvec.12265

Stein M., Mukherjee S., Duchet C., Moraru G.M., Blaustein L. 2017. Testing for intraspecific and interspecific competition between two anuran species: Hyla savignyi and Bufotes viridis. Hydrobiologia 795: 81–90. doi.org/10.1007/s10750-017-3119-1

Lagadic L., Roucaute M., Schäfer R. B., Chouin S., de Maupeou J., Le Hunsec B., Duchet C., Franquet E., Bertrand C., Fayolle S., Francès B., Rozier Y., Foussadier R., Santoni J.B., Lagneau C. 2016. No association between the use of Bti for mosquito control and the dynamics of non-target aquatic invertebrates in French coastal and continental wetlands. Science of the Total Environment 553: 486-494. doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.02.096

Duchet C., Franquet E., Lagadic L., Lagneau C. 2015. Effects of Bacillus thuringiensis serovar israelensis and spinosad on adult emergence of the non-biting midges Polypedilum nubifer (Skuse) and Tanytarsus curticornis Kieffer (Diptera: Chironomidae) in coastal wetlands. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 115: 272-278. doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoenv.2015.02.029

Duchet C., Tetreau G., Marie A., Rey D., Besnard G., Perrin Y., David J.-P., Lagneau C., Després L. and the DIBBECO Consortium. 2014. Persistence and recycling of bioinsecticidal Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis spores in contrasting environments: Evidence from field monitoring and laboratory experiments. Microbial Ecology 67(3): 576-586. DOI 10.1007/s00248-013-0360-7

Duchet C., Inafuku M. M., Larroque M., Franquet E., Lagneau C., Lagadic L., 2011. Chitobiase activity as an indicator of altered survival, growth and reproduction in Daphnia pulex and Daphnia magna (Crustacea: Cladocera) exposed to Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis, spinosad and diflubenzuron. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 74: 800-810. doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoenv.2010.11.001

Duchet C., Coutellec M.-A., Franquet E., Lagneau C., Lagadic L., 2010. Population-level effects of spinosad and Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis in Daphnia pulex and Daphnia magna: comparison of laboratory and field microcosm exposure conditions. Ecotoxicology 19: 1224-1237.  doi.org/10.1007/s10646-010-0507-y (Best publication Award SETAC Europe / AstraZeneca, Risk Assessment, Modelling and Theoretical Studies 2011)

Duchet C., Caquet T., Franquet E., Lagneau C., Lagadic L., 2010. Influence of environmental factors on the response of a natural population of Daphnia magna (Crustacea: Cladocera) to spinosad and Bacillus thruingiensis israelensis in Mediterranean coastal wetlands. Environmental Pollution 158: 1825-1833. doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2009.11.008

Duchet C., Larroque M., Caquet T., Franquet E., Lagneau C., Lagadic L., 2008. Effects of spinosad and Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis on a natural population of Daphnia pulex in field microcosms. Chemosphere 74: 70-77. doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2008.09.024

Carron A., Duchet C., Gaven B., Lagneau C., 2003. An easy field method for estimating the abundance of culicid larval instars. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 19 (4): 353-360. 

Invited Book Chapter

Boix D., Kneitel J., Duchet C., Robson B., Zúñiga L., Day J., Gascón S., Sala J., Quintana X., Blaustein L. Temporary ponds in Mediterranean climates. In: Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands: An international perspective on their ecology. Batzer D., Boix D. (Eds). Springer International Publishing, Switzerland. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-24978-0_5

Duchet C., Allan R., Carneval P. 2013. Vector control: Some new paradigms and approaches. In: Anopheles mosquitoes - New insights into malaria vectors. Prof. Sylvie Manguin (Eds). InTech, DOI: 10.5772/56258.

Room: 
Kolej K3-102

Mgr.
Imen
Ph.D.
Haddoudi
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
ihaddoudi [at] jcu.cz
Phone: 
+240603386661
Specialization: 
Microbiology, soil ecology
Brief CV: 

2008 - 2009: Baccalaureate in Mathematics at Borj Cédria high School, Tunisia 

2009 - 2012: Bachelor Degree in analytical and experimental biology at the University of SciencesTunis El Manar (FST), Tunisia

2013 - 2015: Master Degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Specialty: Microbiology and molecular epidemiology at the University of SciencesTunis El Manar (FST)

2016 - 2020: Ph.D. in Biology at the University of SciencesTunis El Manar (FST)and Center of Biotechnology of Borj Cédria (CBBC),  Tunisia

 

Room: 
B347

Vojtěch
Kolář
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Entomologický ústav BC AV ČR
Email: 
kolarvojta [at] seznam.cz
Phone: 
2282
+387 772 282
Specialization: 
ecology and conservation of aquatic insects
Specialization: 

Mapping of communities of predatory insects across environmental gradients in selected types of standing waters e.g., fishponds, pools at spoil heaps, sand pits. Trophic interactions in small pools without fish and finally conservation biology.

Brief CV: 

2016 – present day   Ph.D. in Hydrobiology; University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Science; (RNDr. in 2020); topic: Aquatic insect assemblages in littoral zones of ponds and other man-made habitats (supervisor: D. Boukal)

                              2020 RNDr. topic: Predation risk and habitat complexity modify intermediate predator feeding rates and energetic efficiencies in a tri‐trophic system (supervisor: D. Boukal)

2014 – 2016              M.Sc in Entomology; University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Science; topic: The impact of predation risk and habitat complexity on trophic interactions in aquatic habitats (supervisor: A. Sentis)

2013 – 2015              M.Sc in Biology and protection of hobby organisms; University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Agriculture; topic: The influence of habitat structure on aquatic beetles in southern Bohemia (supervisor: D. Boukal)

2010 – 2013              B.Sc in Biology and protection of hobby organisms; University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Agriculture; topic: The influence of biotic and abiotic factors on the communities of predatory diving beetles (supervisor: D. Boukal)

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List of publications:

2020

Kolar, V., Boukal, D. S. (2020): Habitat preferences of the endangered diving beetle Graphoderus bilineatus: implications for conservation management. Insect Conservation and Diversity 13: 480–494. DOI: 10.1111/icad.12433

Blabolil P., Bartoň D., Kaštovský J., Kolář V., Kreidlová V., Kučerová A., Vebrová L, Vrba J. (2020): Výchova mladých hydrobiologů na Jihočeské univerzitě v Českých Budějovicích. Vodní hospodářství 12: 24–26.

Kolář V. (2020): Vodní brouci (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae, Haliplidae, Heteroceridae, Hydrophilidae, Noteridae) v chráněných územích Louňov a Částrovické rybníky ve středních Čechách. Bulletin Lampetra 9: 23–33.

Kolář V. & Boukal D. (2020): Dobré a další zprávy o ochraně ohroženého vodního hmyzu: potápník dvojčárý v ČR. Fórum ochrany přírody 4: 41–45.

Waldhauser M. & Kolář V. (2020): Dvě nové lokality potápníka dvojčárého (Graphoderus bilneatus) na Českolipsku. in press.

Hanel L. & Kolář V. (2020): Náměty na pokusy a pozorování vodních živočichů ve školním akváriu VIII (chov vodomila černého a příbuzných druhů). Biologie, Chemie a Zeměpis 29: 2–12.

Kolář V., Boukal D. S., Sychra J., Straka M. (2020): Nálezy vodomila Anacaena bipustulata (Marsham, 1802) na postindustriálních lokalitách a jeho aktuální rozšíření v České republice. Sborník mosteckého muzea. in press.

Hanel L. & Kolář V. (2020): Největší vodní brouk světa žije i v CHKO Blaník. Pod Blaníkem 24: 9–10.

Kolář V. & Boukal D. (2020) Komentář: Každý den jeden rybník – další hřebík do rakve vodním broukům. Ekolist. 

Znachor P., Nedoma J., Hejzlar J., Seďa J., Komárková J., Kolář V., Mrkvička T., Boukal D. S. (2020) Changing environmental conditions underpin long-term patterns of phytoplankton in a freshwater reservoir. Science of The Total Environment 710: 1-10. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135626

 

2019

Kolář V., Hadačová V., Kolář J., Hesoun P. (2019) Vodní brouci a ploštice vybraných maloplošných zvláště chráněných území jižních Čech III. Sborník Jihočeského muzea v Českých Budějovicích, Přírodní vědy 59: 58-69.

Kolář V., Boukal D., Sentis A. (2019) Predation risk and habitat complexity modify intermediate predator feeding rates and energetic efficiencies in a tri‐trophic system. Freshwater Biology 64: 1480–12491. DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13320

 

2018

Kolář V., Straka M., Sychra J., Boukal D. S. (2018) Vodní brouci jako zrcadlo našeho hospodaření s vodou. Vodní hospodářství 6: 6–11.

Vebrová L, van Nieuwenhuijzen A., Kolář V., Boukal D. S. (2018) Seasonality and weather conditions jointly drive flight activity patterns of aquatic and terrestrial chironomids. BMS Ecology 18: 1–13. DOI: 10.1186/s12898-018-0175-y

 

2017

Kolář V., Tichanek F., Tropek R. (2017) Effect of different restoration approaches on two species of newts (Amphibia: Caudata) in Central European lignite spoil heaps. Ecological engineering 99: 310–315. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2016.11.042

olář V. & Hadačová V. (2017) Vážky a vodní brouci vybraných šumavských rašelinišť. Silva Gabreta 23: 19–32.

Kolář V. (2017) Výskyt potápníka Bidessus grossepunctatus (Vorbringer, 1907) v jižních Čechách. Elateridarium 11: 114–116.

Bartoňová A., Kolář V., Marešová J., Šašić M., Šlancarová J., Sucháček P., Konvička M. (2017) Isolated Asian steppe element in the Balkans: habitats of Proterebia afra (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) and associated butterfly communities. Journal of Insect Conservation 21: 559–571. DOI: 10.1007/s10841-017-9995-x

 

2016

Patoka J., Kolář V., Buřič M., Bláha M., Kalous L., Petrtýl M., Franta P., Tropek R., Petrusek A., Kouba A. (2016) Predictions of marbled crayfish establishment in conurbations realised: first report of its occurrence in the Czech Republic. Biologia 71: 1380–1385. DOI: 10.1515/biolog-2016-0164Vlašánek P., Kolář V., Tájková P. (2016) New records of Gomphus pulchellus on the eastern edge of its range in the Czech Republic (Odonata: Gomphidae). Libellula 35: 93–98.

Kolář V., Ondáš T., Boukal D. (2016) Proč mizí vodní brouci (a jiný velký hmyz) z našich rybníků?. Fórum ochrany přírody 3: 30–32.

Kolář V., Boukal D. S. (2016) Faunistické zprávy ze západních Čech – 8 Coleoptera: Dytiscidae. Západočeské entomologické listy 7: 11–13.

 

2015

Kolář V., Boukal D. (2015) Potápníci – nenápadní predátoři našich vod. Živa 6: 300–303.

KolářV., Hesoun P., van Nieuwenhuijzen A., Rozkopal M., Boukal D. S. (2016) Velcí vodní brouci a ploštice vybraných zvláště chráněných území jižních Čech. Sborník Jihočeského muzea v Českých Budějovicích, Přírodní vědy 56: 88–93.

Kolář V., Tichánek F., Tropek R. (2015) Početná populace potápníka Cybister lateralimarginalis (De Geer, 1774) (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) na mosteckých hnědouhelných výsypkách. Elateridarium 9: 160–162.

Kolář V., Hesoun P., Křivan V., van Nieuwenhuijzen A., Ondáš T., Rokzopal M., Boulkal D. S. (2015) Jaké typy rybníků preferují velcí potápníci a vodní ploštice?. Rybníky - naše dědictví i bohatství pro budoucnost, Příspěvěk ve sborníku z konference 18.-19.6.2015. David V. & Davidová T. (eds.)

 

2014

Kolář V. (2014) Vodní brouci okolí Kačležského rybníka (Jindřichohradecko). Sborník Jihočeského muzea v Českých Budějovicích, Přírodní vědy 157–163.

 


Lecturer:

Hydrobiology - field excursion KBE/451
Zoology chapters on reared and negotiable invertebrates KBI/KZCHO

Room: 
Kolej K3-103

PhDr.
Julien
Ph.D.
Mocq
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
jmocq [at] prf.jcu.cz
Phone: 
2247
Specialization: 
Abiotic and biotic effects on trophic interactions
Specialization: 

I focus on the effect of biotic (conspecifics, top predator, prey density, chemical cues) and abiotic (temperature, habitat complexity) factors on trophic (predation success, functional responses) and non-trophic (mutual interference) interactions of aquatic invertebrates in connection with their functional traits.

Brief CV: 

2010-2014

Water Sciences PhD Program, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique INRS, Québec, Canada,
Fuzzy modelling of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) habitat

2007- 2008

Island Conservation Society, Mahé, Seychelles. Reintroduction project of Pelusios castanoides and P. subniger (Anapsids Peludomedusidae): study and determination of benthic macroinvertebrates as food resource

2006-2007

Master 2nd year ‘Wetland Eco-Engineering and Biodiversity’ (equivalent to the 2nd year of an M.Sc.)
Angers University- National School of Horticulture, Angers, France

2007

CERSP « Conservation, Restoration and Population Monitoring », National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France
Biodiversity and biological value of stormwater detention ponds: study of macroinvertebrates of motorway A11’s ponds.

2005-2006

Master 2nd year ‘Ecosystems and Anthropisation’
Paul Sabatier University/ École Nationale Supérieure Agronomique, Toulouse, France

2006

LADYBIO- LAboratory of BIOdiversity DYnamics, Toulouse, France
Study on fragmentation impact on fishes, macroinvertebrate and diatom community structures.

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Publications

Mocq J., St-Hilaire A. & Cunjak RA (2018 Do habitat measurements in the vicinity of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) parr matter?  Fisheries Management and Ecology. 25(1), 22-30

Mocq J. & Hare L. (2018) Influence of Acid Mine Drainage, and Its Remediation, on Lakewater Quality and Benthic Invertebrate Communities. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 229 (2), 28

Mocq J., St-Hilaire A. & Cunjak RA (2015) Influences of Experts' Personal Experiences in Fuzzy Logic Modeling of Atlantic Salmon Habitat. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35 (2), 271-280

Mocq J., St-Hilaire A. & Cunjak RA (2013) Assessment of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) habitat quality and its uncertainty using a multiple-expert fuzzy model applied to the Romaine River (Canada). J Ecological modelling 265, 14-25

le Viol I., Mocq J., Julliard R. & Kerbiriou C. (2009) The contribution of motorway stormwater retention ponds to the biodiversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates, Biological Conservation, 142(12). 3163-3171

 

Scientific presentations

Mocq J., St-Hilaire A. & Cunjak R.A.(2010) Modeling of Atlantic salmon habitat using fuzzy coding method: a brief introduction, Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI) conference, 9th of July, Fredericton (NB), Canada

Mocq J., St-Hilaire A. & Cunjak R.A.(2013) Influences et conséquences de l’expérience personnelle des experts dans un modèle de logique floue, Conference of the Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche sur le Saumon Atlantique (CIRSA), 2nd of May, Québec (QC), Canada – Best presentation award.

Mocq J., St-Hilaire A. & Cunjak R.A.(2013) Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) Habitat Models and Uncertainty Assessment Using Fuzzy Logic Modeling, American Fisheries Society (AFS) conference, 10th of July, Little Rock (AR), USA

Mocq J., Egon J. & Boukal D. (2017) Multiple biotic influences  on functional response in an intraguild predation system, FreshBlood for Freshwater conference, 11th of April, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic

Mocq J., Soukup P. & Boukal D. (2017) Unexpected nonlinear effect of habitat complexity on functional responses, Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences (SEFS), 7th of July, Olomouc, Czech Republic

Room: 
BC-316

Zuzana
Ph.D.
Urbanová
Workplace: 
Přírodovědecká fakulta JU
Email: 
urbanz00 [at] prf.jcu.cz
Phone: 
2261
Specialization: 
wetland ecology
Specialization: 

Specialization:

Peatland ecology

Effect of drainage and restoration on peatland functioning with a focus on greenhouse gasses production a emissions, vegetation, microbial community composition, nutrient transformation and organic matter quality in peatlands.  

Carbon fluxes and balance on pristine, drained and restored peatlands. 

Brief CV: 

Education:

1996 - 2001 high school Gymnázium Vimperk

2001 - 2007 Faculty of Science, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic; graduated in biology, geology and geography; Master thesis: Mire flora and vegetation and their human alternation in the right-side Lipno area (Czech Republic).

2007 - 2012 Department of Ecosystem Biology, Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice, postgraduate study, specialization Ecosystem biology;                     Ph.D. thesis: Effect of drainage and restoration on the ecology of peatlands in the Šumava Mountains

2008 - present time: Department of Ecosystem Biology employee, Faculty of Science,  University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice, research worker

  

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Study stays: 

Department of Forest Sciences, Peatland Ecology group, University of Helsinki, Finland in 2009/2010 (three months).
Greencycles II Summer School, May 2011, Peyresq, France. Feedbacks in the Earth System: the stateof the art.
Faculty of Science and Forestry, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland, August 2012, sprucemire study under the supervision of Eeva-Stiina Tuittila

Teaching at international course Soil and Water: Tartu, Estonia, September 2013; Marseille, France 2014; Ulm, Germany 2015; Ceske Budejovice, Czechia 2016; 

 

Finished projects:

Effect of hydrological restoration of long-term drained peatlands on functional diversity of soil microorganisms in relation to organic matter quality, postdok project GAČR (Czech Science Foundation),  2014 - 2016, investigator of the project

Publications:

Urbanová, Z., Straková, P., Kaštovská, E., 2018. Response of peat biogeochemistry and soil organic matter

quality to rewetting in bogs and spruce swamp forests. European J. of Soil Biology 85, 12-22.

Kaštovská, E., Straková, P., Edwards, K., Urbanová, Z., Bárta, J., Mastný, J., Šantrůčková, H., Picek, T., 2017. 

Cotton-grass and blueberry have opposite effect on peat characteristics and nutrient transformation in peatland. Ecosystems, online.

Mastný, J., Urbanová, Z., Kaštovská, E., Straková, P., Šantrůčková, H. and Picek, T. 2016. Soil

organic matter quality and microbial activities in spruce swamp forests affected by drainage and water

 regime restoration. Soil Use and Management 32, 200–209. 

Urbanová, Z. and Bárta, J. 2016. Effects of long-term drainage on microbial community composition

vary between peatland types. Soil Biol Biochem 92, 16-26.

Urbanová, Z. and Bárta, J. 2014. Microbial community composition and in silico predicted metabolic

potential reflect biogeochemical gradients between distinct peatland types. FEMS Microbiol Ecol 90, 633-646.

Urbanová, Z., Picek, T., I., Tuittila, E.-S., 2013. Sensitivity of carbon gas fluxes to weather 

variability on pristine, drained and rewetted temperate bogs. Mires and Peat 11, article 04.

Urbanová, Z., Bárta, J., Picek, T., 2013. Methane emissions and methanogenic Archaea on
pristine, drained and restored mountain peatlands, Central Europe. Ecosystems 16, 664-677.

Urbanová, Z., Picek, T., Hájek, T., Bufková, I., Tuittila, E.-S., 2012. Vegetation and carbon gas
dynamics under a changed hydrological regime in central European peatlands. Plant Ecology &
Diversity 5, 89-103.

Urbanová, Z., Picek, T., Bárta, J., 2011. Effect of peat re-wetting on carbon and nutrient fluxes,
greenhouse gas production and diversity of methanogenic archaeal community. Ecological
Engineering 37:1017–1026.

 

Room: 
BP-261