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Radić Boris

Title
Mr.
First name
Radić
Last name
Boris
Gender
Male
Nominating Country
Date of Nomination
Other Disciplines
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Forestry – Department of Landscape architecture
1. Forestry 2. Environmental sciences/ecology
3. Biodiversity and ecosystem sciences 4. Information technologies (GIS)
Thematic areas of disciplines: Biotechnical sciences
UN languages spoken

English

Geographical Focus
Job function
Assistant Professor
Division
University of Belgrade Faculty of Forestry – Department of Landscape architecture
Nature of Organisation
University
Street Address Organisation
Kneza Višeslava 1, 11030 Belgrade
Country Organisation
Serbia
Telephone number
+381 11 3053 942
Email
boris.radic@sfb.bg.ac.rs
Work experience
During last decade Mr. Radic has a wide experience in more than 90 thematic and multidisciplinary studies which analyzing and solving various environmental issues. His main field of interest is related to the application of contemporary methodological procedures for the quantification of different services provided by natural and semi-natural ecosystems especially in a context of natural and urban landscapes. During his professional carrier Mr. Radic collect large number of scientific and practical references regarding expert use of various GIS applications, methods and techniques that have been promoted on domestic and international courses.
Geographic area(s) of field of experience (countries/regions): Serbia and others Balkan countries

Highest Academic achievement and qualification
BSc in Landscape architecture, Faculty of Forestry – University of Belgrade, 2007;
PhD in Ecological engineering in soil and water protection, Faculty of Forestry – University of Belgrade, 2014
Number of Publications
52
Publication titles
1. Ristić R., Kašanin-Grubin M., Radić B., Nikić Z., Vasiljević N. (2012): Land degradation in ski resort “Stara planina”, Environmental Management, No. 49, pg. 580–592.
2. Ristić R., Radić B., Trivan G., Malušević I., Vasiljević N. (2014): “Blue-green“ corridors as a tool for erosion and stream control in highly urbanized areas – case study of Belgrade city, Hydrology in a changing world: environmental and human dimensions, vol. 363, 315–320.
3. Vasiljević N., Radić B., Šljuikić B., Ristić R. (2016): Landscape planning and green infrastructure in Serbia: From national to Belgrade city planning, Proceedings of 5th Fábos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning – Landscapes and Greenways of Resilience, Budapest, 01 July, 2016, pp. 389–397.
4. Radić B., Ristić R., Vasiljević N., Malušević I. (2014): Modification of landscape stability as response on rural depopulatioin: example of watershed of Kupinovačka river, Serbia, CATENA VERLAG, Advances in GeoEcology 43, pg. 297-307, Reiskirchen, Germany.
Awards
1. The Ministry for science and technology of Republic Serbia scholarship holder (2008-2011).
2. CEEPUS scholarship for PhD studies (2009-2010).
Other activities
1. Studying Climate Change and Its Influence on the Environment: Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation-CLENIAM. Scientific project funded by Ministry for science and technology of Republic Serbia (2011–)
2. Protection of water quality in accumulation by control of erosion processes in the watershed. Scientific project funded by Ministry for science and technology of Republic Serbia (2008–2011)
3. Landscape diversity in the conditions of establishing a corridor of the South Stream gas pipeline on the territory of the Republic of Serbia. Environmental impact assessment study (2012-2013).
4. Projects of revitalization of the "blue-green" corridor in the narrower city area of Belgrade. Plan of revitalization (2011-2015).
5. Member of Serbian Association of Landscape Architects (since 2009).