Dr. Christina Papadaki is a postdoctoral fellow and research associate in the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research – Institute of Marine Biological Resources and Inland Waters, with expertise in Ecological flows, Hydrology, Water Management and Environmental Engineering, Environmental Management of Mountain Areas.
She received her BSc in Water Resources Management from the Agricultural University of Athens (AUA) – EL in 2008 and attended an MSc in Environment and Development of Mountain Regions at the National Technical University of Athens – EL, during the period 2008- 2010. In 2019 she received her PhD from the AUA, – EL on a thesis titled “Development of fish habitat suitability criteria for the estimation of ecological flows”. In 2020 she received a Post-doc fellowship from the Hellenic State Scholarships Foundation (IKY).
So far in her research career, she has participated as research associate in more than 10 research projects and she is currently principal investigator in a research project supported by the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (H.F.R.I.) (https://flowtech.hcmr.gr/). Moreover, she has worked as a scientific book editor and she is associated as Member of editorial board in a Science Citation Index Expanded® (SCIE) and Social Sciences Citation Index® (SSCI) journal.
She has published > 19 research papers in peer-reviewed international journals, and > 20 articles and abstracts in conference proceedings. She is a reviewer in International, peer-reviewed Journals – https://www.webofscience.com/wos/author/record/I-1644-2019. Finally, she is a presenter of an environmental documentary series (Green Stories in ERT3, a Greek free-to-air television channel owned and operated by state-owned public broadcaster Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation).
Theodoropoulos, C., Papadaki, Ch., Vardakas, L., Dimitriou, E., Kalogianni, E., Skoulikidis, N. (2019) Conceptualization and pilot application of a model-based environmental flow assessment adapted for intermittent rivers, Aquatic Sciences. 81: 10. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00027-018-0605-0
Papadaki, Ch., Soulis, K., Ntoanidis, L., Zogaris S., Dercas N., Dimitriou E. 2017. Comparative Assessment of Environmental Flow Estimation Methods in a Mediterranean Mountain River, Environmental Management. doi:10.1007/s00267-017-0878-4
Vardakas, L., Kalogianni, E., Papadaki, Ch., et al. 2017. Defining critical habitat conditions for the conservation of three endemic and endangered cyprinids in a Mediterranean intermittent river before the onset of drought. Aquat Conserv Mar Freshw Ecosyst 1–11. doi: 10.1002/aqc.2735
Papadaki, Ch., Bellos, V., Ntoanidis, L.., Dimitriou, E. 2016. Comparison of West Balkan adult trout habitat predictions using a Pseudo-2D and a 2D hydrodynamic model. Hydrol Res 1–13 . doi: 10.2166/nh.2016.352
Landkildehus F., SØndergaard M., Beklioglu M., Adrian R., Angeler D.G., Hejzlar J., Papastergiadou E., Zingel P., Çakiroğlu A.I., Scharfenberger U., Drakaree S., NÕges T., Sorff M., Stefanidis K., Tavşanoğlub N., Trigale C., Mahdyd A., Papadaki Ch., Tuvikene L., Larsen S., Kernan M., Jeppesen E., 2014. Climate change effects on shallow lakes: Design and preliminary results of a cross- European climate gradient mesocosm experiment. Estonian Journal of Ecology 63 (2): 71–89 DOI: 10.3176/eco.2014.2.
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