I´m a geologist interested in coastal environments and settings sensitive to the effects of sea level rise, climate change, and coastal geohazard mapping.

I received a B.S. in Geology at the University of South Florida, Tampa, where I worked as an undergraduate assistant at the Coastal Research Laboratory. During this time I gathered extensive field- and laboratory experience.

My masters thesis dealt with estuarine wetlands in Texas, that occupy extensive areas along barrier islands. My project in the Coastal Marine and Geospatial Lab allowed me to become proficient using ArcGIS, and other computational, field and laboratory methods.

Currently, I´m working toward a PhD degree at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Potsdam. My project deals with arctic permafrost erosion and carbon release in the Canadian Arctic in the Helmholtz Young Investigator group COPER. The goal of my project is to find out what happens to sediments and carbon once they are set free into nearshore waters by coastal erosion.


Boris Radosavljevic, M.Sc.

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