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Tsvetelina Isheva

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tsvetelina.isheva@abv.bg

Curriculum vitae

Education:

PhD student, IBER-BAS
MSc in Algology, BSc in Biology - Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Faculty of Biology.

Scientific research projects:

“Validation of the typology and classification system in Bulgaria for assessment the ecological status of surface water bodies of categories “river”, “lake” and “transitional waters”.

“Investigation of the taxonomical diversity, ecology and distribution of benthic diatom assemblages in small and medium-sized Black Sea rivers. Assessment of their ecological status”.

“Mapping and assessment of the freshwater ecosystem services in Bulgaria”.

"Intercalibration of methods for analysis of biological elements for ecological quality of surface water types on the territory of Bulgaria corresponding to certain common European types in the Geographic groups for intercalibration".

"Implementation of the monitoring program for assessing the pressure and impacts of fish farming on the surface water bodies and updating the program of measures to the management plan of the East Aegean region".

"Monitoring of the assessment of the pressures and impacts of the mining and processing of metal оres and uranium. Applications for measures to the management plan in the East Aegean Region".

"Update of the Vitosha Nature Park management plan: biological characterization of algae and ecological assessment”.

"Elaboration of the National management plan of Pirin national park: biological characteristics of algae, ecological assessment, norms and regimes".

"Providing methodological assistance to the laboratories of the Executive Environmental Agency for the application of the methodology for determination of phytobenthos for rivers".

“Implementation of the hydromorphological monitoring of surface waters in
relation to assessment of the hydromorphological status of surface water bodies in Bulgaria".

“Mapping and Determining the Nature Conservation Status of Natural Habitats and Species - Phase I”.

“Investigation of the algal flora of Osogovska Mountain, Bulgaria".

“Investigation of the algal flora in Natura 2000 habitats in Vitosha Nature Park, Bulgaria".

Research interests

Diatom/algae diversity and ecology. Water quality assessment.

Publications

JUPKE J., BIRK S., APOSTOLOU A., AROVIITA J., BAATTRUP-PEDERSEN A., BALÁŽI P., BAREŠOVÁ L., BLANCO S., BORREGO-RAMOS M., VAN DAM H., DIMITRIOU E., FELD C., FERREIRA M.T., GECHEVA G., GOMÀ J., HANŽEK N., HASLEV I. M., ISHEVA T., JAMONEAU A., JYRKÄNKALLIO-MIKKOLA J., KAHLERT M., KARAOUZAS I., KARJALAINEN S. M., OLENICI A., PANEK P., PARIL P., PEETERS E., POLÁŠEK M., PONT D., PUMPUTYTE A., SANDIN L., SOCHULIAKOVÁ L., SOININEN J., STANKOVIĆ I., STRAKA M., ŠUŠNJARA M., SUTELA T., TISON-ROSEBERY J., UDOVIČ M., VERHOFSTAD, M. ŽUTINIĆ P. & R. B. SCHÄFER. 2023. European river typologies fail to capture diatom, fish, and macrophyte community composition. Science of The Total Environment, 896.

ISHEVA T. & Y. UZUNOV. 2020. Diatom-based ecological assessment of intermittent rivers in Bulgaria within two hydrological periods. Comptes rendus de l'Academie bulgare des Sciences, 73(2).

ISHEVA T. & P. IVANOV. 2016. Diatom diversity of springs and spring-fed streams in Vitosha Nature Park, Bulgaria Ann. Univ. Sof., 99(2).

ISHEVA T. & P. IVANOV. 2016. Epilithic diatom flora from sub-Mediterranean intermittent rivers in Bulgaria during two hydrological periods. Botanica Serbica, 40(2).

STOYNEVA-GÄRTNER M. P., T. ISHEVA, P. IVANOV, B. A. UZUNOV & P. DIMITROVA 2016. Red List of Bulgarian algae. II. Microalgae. Ann. Univ. Sof., 100(2).

STOYNEVA-GÄRTNER M. P., P. IVANOV, R. ZIDAROVA, T. ISHEVA & B. A. UZUNOV 2016. A new method for assessment of the Red list threat status of microalgae. Ann. Univ. Sof., 100(2).

SOUFFREAU C., VANORMELINGEN P., VAN DE VIJVER B., ISHEVA T., VERLEYEN E., SABBE K., VYVERMAN W. 2013. Molecular Evidence for Distinct Antarctic Lineages in the Cosmopolitan Terrestrial Diatoms Pinnularia borealis and Hantzschia amphioxys. Protist, 164.

Affiliation

Department
Aquatic Ecosystems
Division
Biodiversity and functioning of freshwater ecosystems
Research group
Bioindicators, monitoring and ecological classification of freshwater ecosystems

History

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