Climate research

We would like to present a selection of research projects of scientists from University of Silesia in Katowice who deal with issues related to climate

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  • Spectre of inhumanity. The Anthropocene as an epoch of human involution
    | dr hab. Dobrosława Wężowicz-Ziółkowska

  • All about climate change and climate crisis
    | prof. dr hab. Piotr Skubała

  • Modern education about counteracting environmental hazards – GeoRISKS
    | prof. dr hab. Ireneusz Malik

  • Prosumer society – prosumer power engineering (PROS) 
    | dr hab. Edyta Sierka

  • Launching of a study programme in Cultural Ecology
    | dr Magdalena Szalbot

  • I don’t sting, I pollinate
    | dr hab. Agnieszka Babczyńska

  • Reconstruction of the climatic conditions in the Upper Silesia during the last centuries based on historical wood
    | dr Magdalena Opała-Owczarek

  • Assessment of the interdependencies between the functional biodiversity of plants, the structure of microorganism communities and the carbon balance during spontaneous succession in former industrial areas, using metatranscriptomic methods
    | prof. zw. dr hab. Zofia Piotrowska-Seget

  • Translational genomics in identifying the operating mechanism behind the CBP20 signalosome in the response of Arabidopsis and barley to the drought stress
    | dr Agata Daszkowska-Golec

  • The use of microorganisms as markers of the variability in the glacial melting rate on Spitsbergen
    | dr Sławomir Sułowicz

  • ULKA – University Laboratories for Atmosphere Control
    | dr hab. Mariola Jabłońska

  • Infl uence of temperaturę inversion in the boundary layer of the atmosphere on air pollution
    | prof. zw. dr hab. Tadeusz Niedźwiedź

  • The reaction of snow and rain precipitation to contemporary climate change and atmospheric circulation in Europe
    | dr hab. prof. UŚ Ewa Łupikasza

  • The eff ect of meteorological conditions on the variability of occurrence of allergenic pollens from selected plants in Sosnowiec (1997–2007)
    | dr Katarzyna Dąbrowska-Zapart

  • Comparison of variability in thermal conditions in the last millennium in the mountains of Central Asia and Central Europe
    | prof. zw. dr hab. Tadeusz Niedźwiedź

  • Assessment of the quantity and chemical composition of pollutants emitted during the self-heating of coal waste simulated by hydrous and non-hydrous pyrolysis as well as by high-temperature oxygenation
    | dr hab. Monika Fabiańska

  • Infl uence of fossil fi res on the geochemical and mineral composition of carboniferous rocks in part of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin
    | dr hab. Justyna Ciesielczuk

  • CLIMARK ‒ Towards an Integrated Framework for Climate Change Impact Assessments for International Market Systems with Long-Term Investments
    | prof. zw. dr hab. Tadeusz Niedźwiedź

  • The potential of water reservoirs of the Silesian-Dąbrowa conurbation in alleviating the consequences of climate change
    | Śląskie Centrum Wody, kierownik projektu: dr Andrzej Woźnica

  • FLORIST – Flood risk on the northern foothills of the Tatra Mountains
    | prof. zw. dr hab. Tadeusz Niedźwiedź

  • A new tool for detecting active landslide slopes as the basis for rational spatial planning in mountain areas
    | prof. dr hab. Ireneusz Malik

  • Determination of the course of evolution of southern Spitsbergen slopes against a background of climate change
    | mgr Krzysztof Senderak

  • AWAKE ‒ Arctic Climate and Environment of the Nordic Seas and the Svalbard-Greenland Area
    | prof. zw. dr hab. Jacek Jania

  • AWAKE-2 ‒ Arctic Climate system study of ocean, sea ice and glacier interaction in Svalbard area with focus on Horsund
    | dr hab. Mariusz Grabiec

  • Ice2sea – Estimation of the impact of changes of Continental glaciers on the rise in sea level
    | prof. zw. dr hab. Jacek Jania



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