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Rejmánková Eliška

Prof., RNDr., PhD.
Born April 26, 1947 in Hradec Králové

  • Ecology
  • Member of Learned Society since 2015

Educational and professional preparation

  • 1965-1970, Faculty of Science, Charles University (botany);
  • 1971, RNDr, Faculty of Science, CU (botany);
  • 1977, CSc., Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, (plant ecology)

Employment and academic positions

  • 1970 - 1983 Researcher, Institute of Botany, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences;
  • 1986 - 1990 Assistant Research Professor, Department of Botany, UC Davis;
  • 1990 - 1996 Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis;
  • 1996 - 2002 Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis;
  • 2002 - 2019 Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis;
  • 2019 - present Professor Emeritus, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis;

Membership and positions in selected international organizations and societies

  • 1985 - Member, The Ecological Society of America
  • 1986 - Member, Society of Wetland Scientists
  • 2011 - 2018, Associate Editor, Biodiversity and Conservation
  • 2008 - Member of the workshop: ARC-NZ Network of Vegetation Functioning “Global analysis of wetland traits as affected by environmental conditions”
  • 2010 - present, Member of the Science Advisory team, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
  • 2011 - 2012 Member of the Independent Scientific Review of Everglades Restoration Progress (CISRERP) project led by the National Research Council
  • 2014 - Session Chair, JASM (Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting) Portland, Oregon 2014 Ecological and social problems related to eutrophication of aquatic ecosystems in developing countries

Selected publications

    • Rejmánková E, BW Sullivan, JR Ortiz-Aldana, J M Snyder, ST Castle, F Reyes-Morales. 2018. Regime shift in the littoral ecosystem of volcanic Lake Atitlan in Central America: combined role of stochastic event and invasive plant species. Freshwater Biology, 63:1088–1106.
    • Rejmánková E, D Sirová, ST Castle, J Barta, H Carpenter. 2018. Heterotrophic N2-fixation contributes to nitrogen economy of a common wetland sedge, Schoenoplectus californicus. PLoS ONE 13(4) 1–22.
    • Corman J, E Carlson, M Dix, N Girón, A Roegner, J Veselá, S Chandra, J Elser, E Rejmánková. 2015. Nutrient dynamics and phytoplankton resource limitation in a deep tropical-mountain lake. Inland Waters, 5: 371-386.
    • Snyder JM and E Rejmánková. 2015. Macrophyte root and rhizome decay: the impact of nutrient enrichment and the use of live versus dead tissue in decomposition studies. Biogeochemistry, 124: 45-59.
    • Komárek J, D Sirová , J Komárková, E Rejmánková. 2015. Structure and Function of Cyanobacterial Mats in Wetlands of Belize. In Entry J A, A D Gottlieb, (ed), Microbiology of the Everglades Ecosystem, CRC, 194-215.
    • 2014 Rejmánková E, J Grieco, N Achee, DR Roberts: Ecology of Larval Habitats, Manguin S, (ed), Anopheles Mosquitoes – New Insights into malaria vectors, InTech, 397-446.
    • Rejmánková E, J Komárek, M Dix, J Komarková, N Giron. 2011. Cyanobacterial blooms in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Limnologica 41:296-302.
    • Rejmánková E, Carlson E., Sirová D 2011. Patterns of activities of root phosphomonoesterase and phosphodiesterase in wetland plants as a function of macrophyte species and ambient phosphorus regime. New Phytologist 190: 968–976.
    • Rejmánková E, Komárek J, and Komárková J 2004. Cyanobacteria – a neglected component of biodiversity: patterns of species diversity in inland marshes of northern Belize (Central America). Diversity and Distribution 10: 189-199.
    • Rejmánková, E. and J. Komárková. 2000. A function of cyanobacterial mats in phosphorus-limited tropical wetlands. Hydrobiologia 431: 135-153.
    • Rejmánková E, HM Savage, M Rejmánek, DR Roberts and JI Arredando-Jimenez. Multivariate analysis of relationships between habitats, environmental factors and occurrence of anopheline mosquito larvae (Anopheles albimanus and A. pseudopunctipennis) in southern Chiapas, Mexico. Journal of Applied Ecology, 28(3): 827-841.
    • Rejmánková E 1975. Comparison of Lemna gibba and Lemna minor from the production-ecological viewpoint. Aquatic Botany, 1: 423-427.