Jamnická Gabriela

Jamnická Gabriela

PESP Research Group

Jamnická Gabriela, Ing., PhD.

Slovak Academy of Sciences
Institute of Forest Ecology
Member of Plant Ecophysiology & Stress Physiology Research Group

Ľudovíta Štúra 1774/2
960 01 Zvolen
Phone:  +421 45 5332 122
Email:  jamnicka@ife.sk


  • abiotic stress of forest ecosystems, plant stress:
    • ecotoxicology – heavy metals, geobiochemical cycles
    • ecophysiological research – drought stress


  • PhD. study in Dpt. of Ecotoxicology (2003-2008), Institute of Forest Ecology SAS, Zvolen, Slovakia (specialization: Ecology) Technical University in Zvolen, Faculty of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Zvolen, Slovakia, Ing. degree in Protection of Nature and Landscape (1998-2003)
  • Academic employment: Institute of Forest Ecology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Zvolen, Slovakia (2008 – present): Scientist Technical University, Faculty of Forestry, Zvolen, Slovakia: Science, research and foreign relations referee (2006-2007)

Co-worker in national projects:

  • VEGA 2/0068/10 – Herb-synusia and bio-geochemical cycles in beech forest ecosystems
  • VEGA 2/0006/11 – Eco-physiological response of selected provenances of woody plants to drought
  • APVV-0436- 10 – Effect of water deficit to physiological and growth processes of selected beech and spruce provenances
  • APVV-0135- 12 – Adaptive genetic potential of forest tree populations in the context of climate change” (on behalf project partner – Institute of Forest Ecology)
  • APVV-0480- 12 – Nutrient-energy cycles as disturbance indicators of terrestrial ecosystems” (on behalf project partner – Institute of Forest Ecology)
  • APVV-16- 0526 – Identification of environmental vulnerability and adaptive potential of spruce populations under changing climate

Cooperation with international projects:

  • EU FP6 – ERA ENV SSA ( Integration of associated candidate countries and new EU member states in European research area by environmental approaches), 2006
  • EU FP7 – CEBIMOL (Centre of Excellence of Biological Methods of Forest Protection – ITMS 26220120008), 2009-2012