Neven Cukrov

Neven Cukrov


Senior research associate


Ruđer Bošković Institute
Bijenička cesta 54
10000 Zagreb


* 2006/Marth/8 semestre - PhD in geosciences, branch geology „Krka River Estuary, trap for radionuclides“

* 1999/July/5 semesters – M.Sc.– “Glacial facies from the Jequitaí Formation and their interpretation,” Instituto de Geociências, Universidade de Brasília (UnB), Brasília, Brazil;

* 1998/July/1 semester – ArcView course;

* 1998/January/1 semester – ArcInfo course;

* 1997/July/1 semester – ENVI course;

* 1997/July/1 semester – Course in Microtectonics; Prof. Dr. Rudolph A. J. Trouw

* 1995/May/9 semesters – B.Sc.– “Cretaceous Carbonate Lithofacies and Tectonics at Adriatic coast, Middle Dalmatia,” Faculty of Natural Science, PMF & Institute of Mining, Geology and Oil, RGN, Zagreb, Croatia;

* 1987/June/8 semesters – Secondary School for Mathematics and Computer Science, Zagreb, Croatia

Featured Publications

Cukrov, N., Frančišković-Bilinski, S., Barišić, D., Hlača, B. A recent history of metal accumulation in the sediments of the Rijeka harbor, Adriatic sea, Croatia. Marine pollution bulletin. 62 (2011), 1; 154-167.

Cukrov, N., Cmuk, P., Mlakar, M., Omanović, D. Spatial distribution of trace metals in the Krka River, Croatia. An example of the self-purification. Chemosphere. 72 (2008), 1559-1566.

Žic, V., Truesdale, V. W., Cukrov, N. The distribution of iodide and iodate in anchialine cave-waters – evidence for sustained localised oxidation of iodide to iodate in marine water. Marine Chemistry. 112 (2008), 3-4; 168-178.

Lojen, S., Trkov, A., Ščančar, J., Vázquez- Navarro, J. A., Cukrov, N. Continuous 60-year stable isotopic and alkali element records in a modern laminated tufa (Jaruga hydroelectric power plant, river Krka, Croatia). Chemical Geology. 258 (2009), 3-4; 242-250.

Membership in professional associations / societies

International Commission for the Scientific Exploration of the Mediterranean sea (CIESM)
Croatian Geological Society (HGD)
Croatian Biospeleological Society (CBSS)
International Association of Sedimentologist (IAS)
International Association of Geochemistry (IAGC)
Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health on Environmental Quality and Human Health (SEGH)

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