Dr Pavel Kratina
Lecturer in Aquatic Ecology
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: +44 (0)20 7882 6629Room Number: Room 6.03, Fogg Building
- Practical Molecular and Cellular Biology (Tutorials) (BIO190)
- Practical Biology (Tutorials) (BIO192)
- Research Methods and Communication (Tutorial) (BIO209)
- Ecological Interactions (BIO293)
- Research Methods and Communication II (Tutorials) (BIO309)
- Climate Change and Conservation Challenges (BIO343)
- Ecological Interactions I (BIO234)
- Ecological Interactions II (BIO294)
- Ecosystem Structure and Functioning (BIO737P)
- Quantitative Techniques for Surveying and Monitoring in Ecology (BIO795P)
I am a population and community ecologist. My research evaluates the roles of climate warming, foraging behavior, and other organismal traits on the diversity, structure, and dynamics of aquatic food webs and ecosystems.
I seek to develop a mechanistic understanding of processes that control species diversity and its consequences for ecosystem function and services.
This work spans a range of approaches to testing ecological hypotheses, including manipulative experiments, mechanistic modelling, and integrative analysis of large-scale data from diverse aquatic ecosystems.
- Find out more on the Food Web Ecology website