David Boukal Group
Bruno M. Carreira
Soil & Water Research Infrastructure
- Biology Centre CAS
- Branisovska 1760, 370 05 Ceske Budejovice
- Czech Republic
I am a Postdoc at the Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice supervised by Dr. David Boukal. As a former member of the Conservation Ecology research group at the cE3c – Centre for Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Changes (Lisbon, Portugal) and a guest researcher at Uppsala University (Uppsala, Sweden), I investigated how temperature modulates nutrient acquisition and feeding preferences in aquatic omnivorous ectotherms. This research was conducted on species from Mediterranean temporary ponds, model systems in which I have extensive experience, framing the issue on two global change drivers – climate change and invasive alien species. Although mostly experimental, this research relied heavily on data collected in field stations to simulate realistic conditions in nature. Having participated in a number of projects including invasive alien species, I have ample experience in the field of invasion biology. Furthermore, training students and research assistants on the use of stable isotopes as a tool in Ecology is an important part of my scientific activity the research groups that I colaborate with.
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