Tereza Novotná Jaroměřská

BSc, MSc Charles University

My major interests are in the ecology and ecological stoichiometry of polar aquatic ecosystems with an emphasis on stable isotopic and elemental composition of polar tardigrades and rotifers. I am currently trying to elucidate the role of these small beasts in polar areas and their potential impact on their functioning.

You can email me at jaromert@natur.cuni.cz.

Recent publications

Novotná Jaroměřská T, Trubač J, Zawierucha K, Vondrovicová L, Devetter M, Žárský JD (2021) Stable isotopic composition of top consumers in Arctic cryoconite holes: revealing divergent roles in a supraglacial trophic network. Biogeosciences18:1543–1557 doi:10.5194/bg-18-1543-2021

Zawierucha K, Porazinska DL, Ficetola GF, Ambrosini R, Baccolo G, Buda J, Ceballos JL, Devetter M, Dial R, Franzetti A, Fuglewicz U, Gielly L, Łokas E, Janko K, Novotná Jaroměřská T, Kościński A, Kozłowska A, Ono M, Parnikoza I, Pittino F, Poniecka E, Sommers P, Schmidt SK, Shain D, Sikorska S, Uetake J, Takeuchi N (2021) A hole in the nematosphere: tardigrades and rotifers dominate the cryoconite hole environment, whereas nematodes are missing. Journal of Zoology 313:18−36 doi:10.1111/jzo.12832

Zawierucha K, Buda J, Novotná Jaroměřská T, Janko K, Gasiorek P (2020) Integrative approach reveals new species of water bears (Pilatobius, Grevenius, and Acutuncus) from Arctic cryoconite holes, with the discovery of hidden lineages of Hypsibius. Zoologischer Anzeiger 289:141−165 doi:10.1016/j.jcz.2020.09.004