Slobodan Miko

Croatian Geological Survey

Slobodan Miko

Croatian Geological Survey

Biography

My research is focused on the study surface processes in karst related to the geochemistry and mineralogy of soils and sediments. Experience of interdisciplinary work ranging from experimental geochemistry and environmental science, mineral resources to statistics. Recently the focus of my studies are soils, lake and marine sediments as archives of environmental change (climate and anthropogenic) during the Holocene and the geomorphology and development of submerged landscapes along the Eastern Adriatic coast. I’m the principal investigator of the Lost lake Landscapes of the Eastern Adriatic Shelf-LoLADRIA project (Croatian Science Fund), also the PI for Croatian contribution to the EMODnet(European Marine Observation and Data Network) geology II project. Author or co-author of more than 50 papers in peer reviewed international and Croatian scientific journals, 350 cites in WOS, 300 in Scopus, 625 in Scholar, h-index range=10-13. Co-editor and co-author of the Geochemical Atlas of the Republic of Croatia (2009) and 9 chapters in books. More than 150 other publications (conference papers, abstracts and reports). I have supervised 15 thesis ranging from master’s to PhD level.

All session by Slobodan Miko

Late Quaternary and Holocene Submerged Landscapes of the Eastern Adriatic Sea

05 Oct 2017
11:30 - 12:15
Hotel Adriatic - Lecture room
Breaking the Surface