|Position: PhD student|
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My scientific interests are connected with diatoms, their ecology, distribution, and usage in order to determine the environmental status of the water ecosystem. In my research, I focus on diatom species characteristics of the coastal environments, especially lakes under the pressure of storm surges and tsunamis.
Current study topics
- Usage of diatoms as bioindicators in paleoecological research, the reconstruction of the environmental status of the aquatic ecosystem
- Species composition changes of microalgae in case of global warming, storm surges, tsunamis, and extreme weather conditions
- Primary succession of diatoms in water bodies with the different trophic condition
- 2021 – to date
PhD student at the Department of Hydrobiology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, supervisor: Prof. UAM dr hab. Mikołaj Kokociński, auxiliary supervisor: dr Krzysztof Pleskot
- 2021 – to date
Research group member in the project of National Science Center 2020/37/B/ST10/02614: “Resilience of coastal lakes to extreme marine inundations: a paleoecological assessment from the Burin Peninsula (Newfoundland, Canada)
- 2019 – 2021
MSc student at the Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, subject: biology, master thesis title: The structure of phytobenthos diatom communities colonizing different type of clothing in lakes with variate trophic condition, supervisor: Prof. UAM dr hab. Mikołaj Kokociński.
- 2016 - 2019
BSc student at the Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, subject: biology, thesis title: The rate of colonization and the structure of phytobenthos diatoms communities on different types of fabrics, supervisor: Prof. UAM dr hab. Mikołaj Kokociński