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Martina Kralj

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Name: 
Martina
Surname: 
Kralj
Section: 
OCE
Telephone number: 
0402140746
qualification: 
Assegni di ricerca
Education: 

(2012) Ph.D. in Environmental sciences conservation and management of natural resources, Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna

Dissertation title: Effects of resources exploitation on water quality: case studies in salt water intrusion and acid mine drainage.

(2008) M.S in Marine environmental sciences and oceanography, Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna

Dissertation title: Sedimenti e suoli contaminati: caratterizzazione e strategie per il trattamento (Contaminated soils and sediments: characterisation and strategies for treatment)

(2005) B.S in Environmental sciences, University of Trieste

Dissertation title: Variazioni di livello marino in Adriatico da osservazioni del satellite Topex/Poseidon (Sea level variations in the Adriatic by means of observations from the satellite Topex/Poseidon)

Experience: 

2011 – Postdoc in ‘Chemistry and biochemistry of carbon in marine environment’ at The National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics (OGS)

9/2010-7/2011 - Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, Animo Chevere project at University of Chimborazo UNACH in Ecuador Cooperation with the NGO Ingenieros sin fronteras (ISF-Cat) in the evaluation of the impact of oil extraction in the Amazon rainforest (air and water)

1/2010-4/2010 - Marco Polo Scholarship at the University of Barcelona (UB) in the group of Mineralogia Aplicada I Medi Ambient (MAIMA) in the study of environmental isotopes related to the water

9/2009-12-2012 - Collaboration with the Integrated Geoscience Group at the University of Ravenna in the project ‘Coastal saline Intrusion in the Ravenna shoreline’.

10/2008-2/2009 - Leonardo scholarship at the section Geochemistry and Hydrogeology of the University of Bremen in the study of Acid neutralization capacity in soils

Skills & Interests: 

Research interests:

Nutrient cycling at the water-sediment interface, surface and ground- water heavy metal pollution, leaching of heavy metals from sediments

Spoken languages: 
Italian, Spanish, English, Slovene, German