PhD student at the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague. I specialise in primary temperate forest carbon dynamics.
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June 2022 - present
- Visiting research fellow
- International internship at the Griffith Climate Action Beacon, Gold Coast Campus. Working on the Northern Rivers Assisted Natural Regeneration project (NRANR) in developing a methodology for analysing carbon stocks and biodiversity in the subtropical rainforests in New South Wales, Australia.
Understanding the processes shaping the composition of assemblages at multiple spatial scales in response to disturbance events is crucial for preventing ongoing biodiversity loss and for improving current forest management policies aimed at mitigating climate change and enhancing forest resilience. Deadwood-inhabiting fungi represent an essential...
With accelerating environmental change, understanding forest disturbance impacts on trade-offs between biodiversity and carbon dynamics is of high socioeconomic importance. Most studies, however, have assessed immediate or short-term effects of disturbance, while long-term impacts remain poorly understood. Using a tree-ring-based approach, we analy...
Griffith Climate Action Beacon, Griffith University, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Characterising the biomass carbon stocks of subtropical rainforests in the New South Wales (NSW) Northern Rivers region. Demonstrating the benefits of regeneration for carbon stocks as well as biodiversity and their interrelationship that are needed to confer stability of the carbon stocks.