Jadranka Barešić

Jadranka Barešić

PhD

senior research associate
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Ruđer Bošković Institute
Bijenička 54
10000 Zagreb
Croatia

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Education

Dissertation:

Barešić, Jadranka. Application of isotopic and geochemical methods in monitoring of global and local changes in ecological system of Plitvice Lakes, doctoral thesis. University of Zagreb: Faculty of chemical engineering and technology, 16.02. 2009., 163 pages. Mentor: Horvatinčić, Nada.

Master thesis:

Barešić, Jadranka. Application of liquid scintillation counter for radiocarbon datintg, pre-Bologna master thesis.UniversityofZagreb: Faculty of chemical engineering and technology, 21. 01. 2005., 108 pages.Mentor: Kaštelan-Macan, Marija.

Graduation thesis

Barešić, Jadranka. Preparation of new ceramic materials by Sol-gel method, pre-Bologna graduate thesis. University of Zagreb: Faculty of chemical engineering and technology, 27.04. 2000., 39 pages. Mentor: Ivanković, Hrvoje.

Projects

Bilateral Croatian-Slovenian Project "Measurement of  of tritium activity in natural waters by electrolytic enrichment" - collaboration between the Ruder Boskovic Institute, and Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana (2010-2011)

Bilateral Croatian-Serbian Project Optimisation of environmental radioactivity measurement methods (3H, 14C, 90Sr, 222Rn)  -collaboration between the Ruđer Bošković Institute and  Faculty of Sciences in Novi Sad (2016-2017)

IAEA TC Project CRO/1/007 "Isotope Investigation of the Groundwater-Surface Water Interaction at the Well Field Kosnica in the Area of the City of Zagreb" - collaboration between the Ruđer Bošković Institute and Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, University of Zagreb (2016-2017)

Awards and Achievements

Go8 fellowship (Group of 8 Australian Universities), 8.3 - 15.8.2011, Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra

Membership in professional associations / societies

Croatian Radiation Protection Society

International Radiation Protection Society

INQUA

European Society for Isotope Research (ESIR)

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