Filip Oulehle

Mgr. Filip Oulehle, Ph.D.

Jan Hruška Group

Researcher ID: E-8616-2011

Czech Geological Survey

  • Geologická 6, 152 00 Prague 5
  • Czech Republic

I am interested in biogeochemistry of forested ecosystems. Particularly in historical and current anthropogenic effects (soil acidification, nitrogen deposition, forest management, climate change) on forest functioning. My research combines analysis of long-term data (GEOMON network of 14 forested catchments with >20 years of the hyrdochemical monitoring), field experiments and the development and application of process-based models.

Education and Academic Positions

  • 2002 – 2006 Ph.D. at Institute of Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Mineral Resources, Charles University, Prague
  • 1997 – 2002 M.Sc. at Institute for Environmental Studies, Charles University, Prague

Research Interests

  • environmental biogeochemistry
  • biogeochemistry of forested ecosystems
  • biogeochemistry of arctic ecosystems
  • hydrochemistry
  • acidification
  • nitrogen and carbon cycles
  • S/N/C interactions
  • biogeochemical modelling


Reviewer for: Biogeochemistry; Geoderma; Global Change Biology; Environmental Pollution; Environmental Science and Technology; JGR-Biogeosciences; Science of the Total Environment; Science; Water, Air and Soil Pollution; Journal of Environmental Management

Scientific Activities

Professional membership: Czech Society for Ecology

Research projects
  • 2015-2016 EEA Grants (co-worker) – Monitoring of small forested catchments GEOMON
  • 2014-2016 Czech Science Foundation project (leader) – Acidity and nutrient constraints on organic matter balance and nitrogen saturation in forest soils
  • 2013-2017 Marie Curie Career Integration Grants (leader) – SLAvONIC – Effects of soil alteration on nitrogen and carbon cycling
  • 2009-2010 Marie Curie Initial Stage Training Network Award – NSINK


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Comparison of the impacts of acid and nitrogen additions on carbon fluxes in European conifer and broadleaf forests

Increased reactive nitrogen (N) loadings to terrestrial ecosystems are believed to have positive effects on carbon (C) sequestration. However, N...