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Diana Krawczyk

21.02.2018

CURRICULUM VITAE
Name: Diana W. Krawczyk
Position: Research scientist/Post Doc
Address: Greenland Climate Research Centre,
Greenland Institute of Natural Resources
PO Box 570, 3900 Nuuk
Greenland
Phone: +299 361200
E-mail: dikr@natur.gl
Website: www.natur.gl
Born: 15 June 1983 in Poland

EDUCATION
• (2010-2012) Ph.D. in Earth Sciences, University of Szczecin
• (2002-2008) M.Sc. in Geography, University of Szczecin

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
• (2016-present) Scientist & Network Coordinator, Greenland Institute of Natural Resources
• (2014-2016) Scientist (Post Doc), Greenland Institute of Natural Resources
• (09.2015-04.2016) Maternity leave
• (2012-2014) Scientist (Post Doc), University of Szczecin
• (2009) Internship, University of Szczecin
• (2009) Research Training, Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences
• (2009) Research Training, University of Greifswald

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
• Palaeoceanography of the West Greenland region (Holocene - ~10.000 yrs)
• Modeling of sea ice, temperature and salinity (Holocene - ~10.000 yrs)
• Biodiversity and biogeography of microplankton off West and East Greenland
• Mapping of Greenland seabed habitats

GRANTS (PRIMARY INVESTIGATOR)
• (2017) Research grant: Mapping Benthic Habitats in Greenland – pilot study in Disko Bay (MapHab). Greenland Institute of Natural Resources. Funded by Government of Greenland
• (2017) Research grant: Hearing the oceans - mapping underwater habitats and exploring new fishing opportunities in Greenland (GreenWave). Greenland Institute of Natural Resources. Funded by Ǻge V. Jensens Fonde
• (2017) Research grant: ‘BioGeoZones’ - archived biogeography and biodiversity of marine micro-plankton from Baffin Bay-Labrador Sea region (47-80 degrees N). Greenland Institute of Natural Resources. Funded by Nordregio
• (2017) Research grant: Climate-driven changes in marine environment of the West Greenland - 12.000-year perspective and future predictions. Greenland Institute of Natural Resources. Funded by Government of Greenland
• (2016) Research grant: Climate-driven changes in marine environment of the West Greenland - 12.000-year perspective and future predictions. Greenland Institute of Natural Resources. Funded by Greenland Institute of Natural Resources
• (2014-2016) Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Diatom-inferred reconstruction of oceanographic and sea ice conditions of the West Greenland region during the Holocene (10.000 years). Greenland Institute of Natural Resources. Funded by Grønlands Forkskingsråd
• (2012-2014) Pre-Doctoral Fellowship ‘PRELUDIUM’: Comparative analysis of modern and fossil diatom assemblages and its application to reconstruction of climate-driven, ocean circulation changes (West and East Greenland). University of Szczecin. Funded by National Science Center (Award no. 2011/03/N/ST10/05794)
• (2010-2011) Pre-Doctoral Fellowship: Oscillatory pattern of the West Greenland Current as a result of global climate changes and the North Atlantic circulation based on a high-resolution diatom sediment record from Disko Bugt (West Greenland). University of Szczecin. Funded by Polish Ministry of Sciences and Higher Education (Award no. N N306 425838)

TEACHING
• (2017-present) Co-supervisor of the Ph.D. thesis: ‘Climate-driven changes in marine environment of the West Greenland - 12.000-year perspective and future predictions’, Greenland Institute of Natural Resources and University of Szczecin
• (2016-present) Arctic Marine Ecosystems - Master’s Course Lecturer, Greenland Institute of Natural Resources
• (2011) The South Baltic WebLab Science Camp - Teaching Assistant, University of Szczecin
• (2010-2012) Oceanography Lab Exercises - Teaching Assistant, University of Szczecin
• (2010-2012) Biological Oceanography Lab Exercises - Teaching Assistant, University of Szczecin

FIELDWORK
• (2017) R/V Sanna acoustic survey, Disko Bay (1 week), Greenland Institute of Natural Resources - Cruise leader
• (2014) M/T Paamiut cruise along the entire West Greenland coast (2 months), Greenland Institute of Natural Resources - Phytoplankton, sediment sampling and coring using box corer
• (2013) R/V Sanna cruise, Godthåbsfjord (2 weeks), Greenland Institute of Natural Resources - Phytoplankton sampling
• (2012) R/V Dana cruise, Iceland-East Greenland (2 weeks), DTU-Aqua - Phytoplankton sampling
• (2008) R/V Professor Albrecht Penck monitoring cruise along Danish Straits (2 weeks), Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research - Sediment sampling and coring using gravity and multi-corers
• (2004) R/V Alexander von Humboldt monitoring cruise along Danish Straits (2 weeks), Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research - Sediment sampling and coring using gravity and multi-corers

RESEARCH PAPERS
• Tighe, S., Afshinnekoo, E., Rock, T.M., McGrath, K., Alexander, N., McIntyre, A., Ahsanuddin, S., Bezdan, D., Green, S.J., Joye, S., Johnson, S.S., Baldwin, D.A., Bivens, N., Ajami, N., Carmical, J.R., Herriott, IC., Colwell, R., Donia, M., Foax, J., Greenfield, N., Hunter, T., Hoffman, J., Hyman, J., Jorgensen, E., Krawczyk, D., Lee, J., Levy, S., Garcia-Reyero, N., Settles, M., Thomas, K., Gomez, F., Schriml, L., Kyrpides, N., Zaikova, E., Penterman, J., Mason, C.E. 2017. Genomic Methods and Microbiological Technologies for Profiling Novel and Extreme Environments for the Extreme Microbiome Project (XMP). Journal of Biomolecular Techniques 28: 31-39
• Krawczyk, D.W., Witkowski, A., Moros, M., Lloyd, J.M., Høyer, J.L., Miettinen, A., Kuijpers, A. 2017. Quantitative reconstruction of Holocene sea ice and sea surface temperature off West Greenland from the first regional diatom dataset. Paleoceanography 32: 18-40
• Meire, L., Meire, P., Struyf, E., Krawczyk, D.W., Arendt, K.E., Yde, J.C., Juul-Pedersen, T., Hopwood, M.J., Rysgaard, S., Meysman, F.J. 2016. High export of dissolved silica from the Greenland Ice Sheet. Geophysical Research Letters 43: 9173-9182
• Moros, M., Lloyd, J., Perner, K., Krawczyk, D., Blanz, T., de Vernal, A., Oullet-Bernier, M-M., Kuijpers, A., Jennings, A.E., Witkowski, A., Schneider, R., Jansen, E. 2015. Surface and sub-surface multi-proxy reconstruction of middle to late Holocene palaeoceanographic changes in Disko Bugt, West Greenland. Quaternary Science Reviews 132: 146-160
• Krawczyk, D.W., Arendt, K.E., Juul-Pedersen, T., Sejr, M.K., Blicher, M.E., Jakobsen, H.H. 2015. Spatial and temporal distribution of planktonic protists in the East Greenland fjord and offshore waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series 538: 99-116
• Krawczyk, D.W., Witkowski, A., Juul-Pedersen, T., Arendt, K.E., Mortensen, J., Rysgaard, S. 2015. Microplankton succession in a SW Greenland tidewater glacial fjord influenced by coastal inflows and run-off from the Greenland Ice Sheet. Polar Biology 38: 1515-1533
• Weckström, K., Miettinen, A., Caissie, B., Pearce, C., Ellegaard, M., Krawczyk, D., Witkowski, A. 2014. Sea surface temperatures in Disko Bay during the Little Ice Age - caution needs to be exercised before assigning Thalassiosira kushirensis resting spores as a warm-water indicator in palaeoceanographic studies. Quaternary Science Reviews 101: 234-237
• Krawczyk, D.W., Witkowski, A., Waniek, J.J., Wroniecki, M., Harff, J. 2014. Description of diatoms from the Southwest to West Greenland coastal and open marine waters. Polar Biology 37: 1589-1606
• Krawczyk, D.W., Witkowski, A., Lloyd, J., Moros, M., Harff, J., Kuijpers, A. 2013. Late-Holocene diatom derived seasonal variability in hydrological conditions off Disko Bay, West Greenland. Quaternary Science Reviews 67: 93-104
• Krawczyk, D.W., Witkowski, A., Wroniecki, M., Waniek, J., Kurzydłowski, K.J, Płociński, T. 2012. Reinterpretation of two diatom species from the West Greenland margin - Thalassiosira kushirensis and Thalassiosira antarctica var. borealis - hydrological consequences. Marine Micropaleontology 88-89: 1-14
• Krawczyk, D., Witkowski, A., Moros, M., Lloyd, J., Kuijpers, A., Kierzek, A. 2010. Late-Holocene diatom-inferred reconstruction of temperature variations of the West Greenland Current from Disko Bugt, central West Greenland. The Holocene 20 (5): 659-666

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