Bilde av Bulínová, Marie
Bilde av Bulínová, Marie
Department of Geosciences marie.bulinova@uit.no Tromsø

Marie Bulínová


Doctoral Research Fellow

Job description

PhD Candidate in Geosciences and Aquatic Biogeochemistry

 


  • Kristýna Vrbická, Tyler J. Kohler, Lukáš Falteisek, Jon R. Hawkings, Petra Vinšová, Marie Bulínová et al.:
    Catchment characteristics and seasonality control the composition of microbial assemblages exported from three outlet glaciers of the Greenland Ice Sheet
    Frontiers in Microbiology 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Jon R. Hawkings, Bengajim S. Linhoff, Jemma Louise Wadham, Marek Stibal, Carl H. Lamborg, Gregory T. Carling et al.:
    Large subglacial source of mercury from the southwestern margin of the Greenland Ice Sheet
    Nature Geoscience 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Alexandra Rouillard, Mikkel W. Pedersen, Yucheng Wang, Marie-Louise Siggaard-Andersen, Kristian K. Kjeldsen, Carsten Mejer-Jacob et al.:
    The role of climate and foodweb dynamics in Holocene microbial processing of CH4 in Arctic lakes
    2022
  • Jon R. Hawkings, Benjamin S. Linhoff, Jemma Louise Wadham, Marek Stibal, Carl H. Lamborg, Gregory T. Carling et al.:
    Author Correction: Large subglacial source of mercury from the southwestern margin of the Greenland Ice Sheet (Nature Geoscience, (2021), 14, 7, (496-502), 10.1038/s41561-021-00753-w)
    Nature Geoscience 2021 DOI
  • Vårin Trælvik Eilertsen, Marie Bulinová, Christine Lockwood-Ireland, Lis Allaart, Anders Schomacker, Sofia Elisabeth Kjellman :
    Fortidens klima/Paleoclimate
    2020

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    Research interests

    The aim of my PhD project is to improve our comprehension of methane related processes in lacustrine sediments in Svalbard as well as northern Norway and Sweden.

    Through the stable isotopic analyses of sediment cores, I investigate the origin and age of organic matter that serves as source for methanogenesis, and how they influence net methane emissions on decadal to millennial timescale.

    I will thus explore whether - and to what extent - the CH4 contribution by Arctic lakes to the ongoing global changes may be influenced by different climatic periods in the recent past.

     

    Teaching

    Teaching Assistant, GEO-3118: Environmental Geology