Thesis in the frame of Lagoons Project

Concluded MSc

– Krystyna Glukh (05/06/2013) Estimation of hydrochemical and hydroecological conditions in Tyligul River; Odessa State Environmental University; Master programme: Applied ecology and balanced nature management; Supervisors: Antonina Kuza

– Vanessa Wörner (08/02/2013) Runoff dynamics of the Pasleka river, Poland, under different climate scenarios – a hydrological modeling with SWIM; Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen; Supervisors: Cornelia Hesse

– Ana Aleixo (18/12/2013) Pesca lúdica e da apanha do casulo na Ria de Aveiro: 2012/2013 (Recreational fisheries and bait digging in Ria de Aveiro: 2012/2013); University of Aveiro; Master programme: Environmental Management and Policies; Supervisors: Henrique Queiroga, Teresa Fidélis

– Tetiana Gavryliuk (19/06/2014) Calculation of characteristics of wind waves in Tyligulskyi Liman; Odessa State Environmental University; Master programme: Oceanology; Supervisors: Olga Sakhnenko

On going MSc

– Yelizoveta Romanova (expected year of conclusion 2015) Hydroecological status of rivers in Nortwestern Black Sea area under global warming; Odessa State Environmental University; Master programme: Applied ecology and balanced nature management; Supervisors: Nataliia Loboda

– Inna Klimenk (expected year of conclusion 2015) Hydroecological conditions of rivers in Nortwestern Black Sea area under global warming (Diester-Southern Buh interfluve); Odessa State Environmental University; Master programme: Applied ecology and balanced nature management; Supervisors: Nataliia Loboda

– Vasilii Pilipchuk (expected year of conclusion 2016) Saltwedge intrusions in the Pregolya River of the Vistula Lagoon; Baltic Federal University of Immanuil Kant; Master programme: of the Geographical Faculty; Supervisors: Boris Chuarenko

Concluded PhD

– Antonina Kuza (27/09/2013) Explanation based on discriminant function for ice event forecasts in plains rivers of Ukraine; Odessa State Environmental University; PhD area/programme: Land Hydrology, Water Resources and Hydrochemistry; Supervisors: Nataliia Loboda

On going PhD

– Anastassi Stefanova (expected year of conclusion 2015) Impact assessment of climate change and socio-economic changes on water quantity and quality at the drainage basin scale; Free University of Brussels; PhD area/program: Hydrology; Supervisors: Valentina Krysanova (PIK), Ann van Griensven (VUB)

– Carolina Bello Marín (expected year of conclusion 2015) Xenobiotics’ cronotoxicity in aquatic environment in two animal models (fish and crustacean); University of Murcia; PhD program of integration and modulation of signals in Biomedicine; Supervisors: Arnaldo Marín Atucha, Mª Luisa Vera Andujar, Fº Javier Sánchez Vázquez

– Yuliia Bozhok (expected year of conclusion 2015) Annual and low-water runoff for rivers in Nortwestern Black Sea area; Odessa State Environmental University; PhD area/programme: Land Hydrology, Water Resources and Hydrochemistry; Supervisors: Nataliia Loboda

– Danielle Barros Santos (expected year of conclusion 2015) Ecosystem services provided by estuaries: Phosphorus retention capacity attending to phosphorus speciation pools; University of Aveiro; Doctoral programme on marine and environmental sciences (PROMAR); Supervisors: Eduardo Anselmo Silva, Ana I Lillebø

– Lisa Sousa (expected year of conclusion 2016) Integration of Ecosystem Services and its Value in an Estuary Governance Model in the Context of Climate Change: Application to Ria de Aveiro Coastal Lagoon; University of Aveiro; Doctoral Programme on Environmental Science and Engineering; Supervisors: Fátima L. Alves, Ana I. Lillebø, Geoffrey D. Gooch

– Dmytro Kuhnyr (expected year of conclusion 2017) Managing hydroecological regime of lagoons in Nortwestern Black Sea area by mean of sea-lagoon water exchange control Odessa State Environmental University; PhD area/programme: Oceanology; Supervisors: Yurii Tuchkovenko

– Ana Raquel de Azevedo e Costa (expected year of conclusion 2017) Modelling the processes associated with intertidal seagrass communities in Ria de Aveiro, a mesotidal coastal lagoon; University of Aveiro; Doctoral Programme on Biology; Supervisors: João M Dias, Ana I Lillebø and João Lencart e Silva

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