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|Degree||PhD in NRES (Climate Assessment and Impacts)|
249 North Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege St
Marketa Podebradska is a Master's student at the School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with a specialization in Climate Assessment and Impacts. She obtained her Bachelor's degree at the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague with a major in Applied Ecology. Marketa was awarded the Robitschek Scholarship in 2014 which provided her an opportunity to study at UNL for one year. During that time, she worked as a student intern at the NDMC and she began her research, in cooperation with Dr. Oglesby and Dr. Veres that led to her senior thesis: Influence of the Sea Surface Temperature Variability on Formation of Pluvial Conditions in North America. Marketa's work at the NDMC focuses on ecological impacts of drought, which contributes to the NDMC's Drought Risk Management Research Center and the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS). This area will probably be a central point of her Master's thesis.
|McEvoy, J., Bathke, D., Burkardt, N., Cravens, A., Haigh, T., Hall, K., Hayes, M. J., Jedd, T., Podebradska, M., Wickham, E. (2018). Ecological Drought: Accounting for the Non-Human Impacts of Water Shortage in the Upper Missouri Headwaters Basin, Montana, USA. Resources. Online|
- 2014 – Robitschek Scholarship awarded by University of Nebraska - Lincoln The Robitschek Scholarship is awarded to international students of Czech or Slovak origin who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.
Currently this page only displays grants that were awarded on 1/1/2009 to the present. If a grant was awarded prior to 1/1/2009 and is still active, it will not be displayed on this page.
|Grant Title||Drought Impacts on Grasslands|
|Funding Source||US Department of Interior - GS|