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Krzysztof Ostafin

EDUCATION

2003–2008 - PhD in the Earth Science within the Geography, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Faculty of Biology and Earth Science, Jagiellonian University, Krakow
(Poland), thesis: Changes of forest-agricultural line in the middle part of the Beskid Sredni
Mountains from the half of the 19th century to 2005

2004–2006 - Technician of computer sciences, Centre of educating Managers, Krakow (Poland),
management net operating systems

2002–2003 - Pedagogic school, Jagiellonian University, Krakow (Poland)

1998–2003 - MSc in Physical Geography, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Faculty of
Biology and Earth Science, Jagiellonian University, Krakow (Poland) thesis: The structure
and contemporary transformations of the natural environment of the Trzebunia village in the
Beskid Sredni Mountains

 

PROFESIONAL EXPERIENCE

since 10/2009: assistance, Jagiellonian University, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management,
Department of GIS, Cartography and Remote Sensing, Kraków (Poland)
09/2008–08/2009: GIS specialist, Techmex S.A., Bielsko-Biała (Poland)
09/2007–02/2008: geography teacher, secondary school, Sucha Beskidzka (Poland)

RESEARCH PROJECT

2006–2008: Landscape project of forest-agricultural line in the middle part of the Beskid Sredni
Mountains. Grant of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (PBZ−KBN−108/P04/2004)
2004–2007: The structure, evolution and dynamics of lithosphere, cryosphere and biosphere in European sector of Arctic and in Antarctic. Grant of the Polish government
(PBZ−KBN−108/P04/2004)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Ostafin K., 2010, Fragmentation and defragmentation of forest cover in the north-eastern part of the Beskid Sredni Mountains [in:] Ostapowicz K., Kozak J. (eds.), Conference Proceedings of the 1st ForumCarpaticum, Integrating Nature and Society Towards Sustainability, 101-102 pp. (in English)

Ostafin K., Ziaja W., 2010, Glacial recession in south-east Spitsbergen since 1899-1900. Arctic Frontiers. Living in the High North. Abstracts. 24-29 January, Tromsø, 202 p. (in English)

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