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Curriculum Vitae
Ilga Kokorīte
Date of birth:
18.02.1977.
E-mail address:
[email protected]
Education and qualification
Education:
2001.-2007.
University of Latvia, Faculty of
Geography and Earth Sciences, PhD
studies
- obtained the diploma of the
doctor of sciences in geography,
field – environmental sciences,
sub-field – nature protection
1999.-2001.
University of Latvia, Faculty of
Geography and Earth Sciences,
Master’s studies
- obtained the diploma of the
master in environmental sciences
09.1999.02.2000.
University of Joensuu (Finland),
“International Study Programm of
Environmental Science and Forestry”
1995.-1999.
University of Latvia, Faculty of
Geography, Bachelor’s studies
Training:
02.-13.08.2010.
- obtained the diploma of the
bachelor in environmental
sciences
summer school „Ecosystem vulnerability to global environmental
change: tools and methods for observation and forecasting”, organizers:
Uppsala University (Sweden) and Central Research Institute for
Complex Use of Water Resources (Belarus)
11.-17.07.2010
summer school ”Methods and tools for scenario building in water
management”, organizers: Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari
(Italy)
14.09.-22.09.2009
International Advanced Study Course „Ecohydrology and Ecosystems
Biotechnologies in Water Resources Management”, organizers:
European Regional Centre for Ecohydrology, Lodz, Poland.
26.03.2008-18.04.2008
course „Administration of EU structural funds”, certificate No.5394;
issue: 18.04.2008.
4.-16.12.2005
course „Advanced modeling techniques for rapid diagnosis and
assessment of CBRN agents effects on water resources” organizers:
NATO Advanced Study Institute, Istanbul, Turkey
01.09.2003-20.01.2004
course “Human toxicology, ecotoxicology and risk assessment” Uppsala
University, Sweden
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07.-08.2000
training at Jordforsk – Norwegian Centre for Soil and Environmental
Research.
Work experience :
01.09.2012 –
EAWAG: Swiss Federal Institute of
Aquatic Science and Technology
Post-doc
25.10.2006 –
University of Latvia, Institute of
Biology
Researcher
01.06.2007 –
University of Latvia, Faculty of
Geography and Earth Sciences
Head of laboratory
01.07.-30.12.2007.
Latvian Environmental, Geology and
Meteorology Centre
Specialist – report “HELCOM
Pollution Load Compilation”
2006.-2007.
University of Latvia, Faculty of
Geography and Earth Sciences
Research assistant
2003.–2006.
University of Latvia, Institute of
Biology
Assistant
2000.-2003.
University of Latvia, Institute of
Biology
LR Statistical Bureau
Laboratory assistant
2000.
Interviewer
Teaching and administrative experience:
Study courses:
2006. – 2010. „Sustainable use of water resources” (for master studies in environmental science).
Supervision
Supervision of Doctoral Thesis ()
—
Supervision of 2Master Thesis (for the last 5 years)
Supervision of 2 Bachelor Thesis (for the last 5 years)
Administrative experience:
01.10.2009.–
01.10.2010.
University of Latvia, Faculty of
Geography and Earth Sciences
Secretary of doctoral school
Research experience
Research directions:

Limnology; water quality of surface waters in Latvia.

Long-term changes of water chemical composition and influencing factors.

Accumulation of nutrients and other polluting substances in sediments; biogeochemical
processes in system “sediments –water”.
Research projects (for the last 10 years):

02.07.2012. – 29.10.2016. – COST action ES1201 „Networking lake observatories in
Europe (NETLAKE)”, participant.
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2009-2012. – European Social Fund project „Establishment of interdisciplinary group for
research
of
salmonid
lakes
in
Latvia”
Grant
No.
2009/0214/1DP/1.1.1.2.0/09/APIA/VIAA/089; principal investigator, leader of WG
“Aquatic chemistry”

2009. - Latvian Council of Science Grant No. 09.1094 „Communities of pheriphyton as
indicators of ecological status of Latvian freshwaters”; principal investigator (expert in
aquatic chemistry)

2009. – Latvian Council of Science Grant No. 09.1353 “Impact of environmental factors on
freshwater biocenosis and quality of hydroecosystems” principal investigator (analysis of
long-term changes of water chemistry and factors influencing it)

2008. – Latvian Environmental Protection Fund grant „Evaluation of hydroecosystem of the
R.Daugava in relation to planned HEPP in Byelorussia” Project leader

2007. – Latvian Environmental Protection Fund grant „Evaluation of the ecological status of
the R.Daugava”, researcher (gathering and evaluation of data on water chemistry)

2007 – Ministry of Defence, research grant „Environmental pollution and its toxicity in areas
of military training grounds”, researcher

2006. - 2009. – National Research Program Climate change impact on water environment in
Latvia, expert in environmental science (assessment of long-term changes of water
chemistry, design of sampling program and field work in the R.Salaca basin, work with
Corine land cover data base)

2006.-2007. – European Social Fund project „Modernisation of Master study program at the
University of Latvia, Faculty of Geography and Earth Science”

2006. – Ministry of Defence, research grant „Studies of water pollution at the military
training grounds”

2005. - UNESCO LNK “Complex evaluation of water resources and ongoing processes in
Seda Bog”, assistant

2004.-2006. - Maj and Tor Nessling Foundation “Cities in Latvia and nutrient loading to the
Baltic Sea: trends of changes and scenarios of development”, assistant

2004.-2006. - Latvian Council of Science Grant No.04.1314 “Nutrient loads from nonmonitored catchments of small rivers in Latvia”, assistant

2002.-2005. - Latvian Council of Science Grant No.02.0008 „Modeling of resources and
processes in water reservoirs”, assistant

1999-2004. - NATO-CCMS project Modeling nutrient loads and response in river and
estuary systems, participant
Most important publications:
1. Kokorite I., Klavins M., Rodinov V., Springe G. (2012) Trends of natural organic matter
concentrations in river waters of Latvia. Environ.Monit.Asses., 184(8): 4999-5008 DOI:
10.1007/s10661-011-2315-0
2. Klavins M., Kokorite I., Eglite L., Rodinov V. (2012) Natural organic matter export from boreal
catchments (the Salaca River basin, Latvia) and its influencing factors. Hydrol. Res., 43(4), 330340). DOI: 10.2166/nh.2012.112
3. Klavins M., Kokorite I., Ansone L., Eglite L., Rodinov V., Springe G. (2012) Spectrofluorimetric
study of dissolved organic matter in River Salaca (Latvia) basin waters. Knowl. Managt. Aquatic
Ecosyst., 404(06), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/kmae/2011086
4. Kļaviņš M., Kokorīte I., Rodinovs V., Avotniece Z., Spriņģe G., Briede A. (2011)
Hydrometeorological parameters and aquatic chemistry of Lake Engure: trends of changes due to
human impact and natural variability. Proc. Latv. Acad. Sci., ser. B, 65(5/6), 138-145.
5. Kļaviņš M., Pujāte A., Kokorīte I., Kalniņa L., Rodinovs V., Ansone L., Mažeika J., Jankēvica M.,
Bogans E., Švāgere A. Reconstruction of past anthropogenic impact intensity in Lake Engure using
sedimentary record analysis. Proc. Latv. Acad. Sci., ser. B, 65(5/6), 146-153.
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6. Kļaviņš M., Kokorīte I., Jankēvica M., Rodinovs V., Dreijalte L. (2011) Reconstruction of
anthropogenic impact intensity changes during last 300 years in Lake Engure using analysis of
sedimentary records. Scientific Journal of Riga Technical University. Series: Environmental and
Climate
Technologies,
12(7),
66-71.
DOI:
10.2478/v10145-011-0029-8
(https://ortus.rtu.lv/science/lv/publications/12409/fulltext )
7. Klavins M., Kokorite I., Springe G., Skuja A., Parele E., Rodinov V., Druvietis I., Strake S., Urtans
A. (2010) Water quality in cutaway peatland lakes in Seda mire, Latvia. Ecohydrology &
Hydrobiology,
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(1),
61-70.
DOI:
10.2478/v10104-009-0048-2
(http://versita.metapress.com/content/014478656g2l05x6/fulltext.pdf )
8. Kokorite I., Klavins M., Rodinov V. (2010) Impact of catchment properties on aquatic chemistry in
rivers of Latvia. Hydrology Research, 41(3/4), 320-329 DOI: 10.2166/nh.2010.121
9. Kokorīte I., Kļaviņš M., Šīre J., Purmalis O., Zučika A. (2008) Soil pollution
with trace elements in territories of military grounds in Latvia. Proc. Latv. Acad. Sci., ser. B,
62(1/2),
27-33.
DOI:
10.2478/v10046-008-0010-5
(http://versita.metapress.com/content/w75g43076t09686n/fulltext.pdf )
10. Klavins M., Rodinov V., Timukhin A., Kokorite I. (2008) Patterns of river discharge: long-term
changes in Latvia and the Baltic region. Baltica, 21(1/2), 41-49
11. Kļaviņš M., Rodinov V., Kokorīte I., Frisk T. (2005) Long-term changes of aquatic chemistry with
respect to river runoff and contaminant loading changes in Latvia. Proc. Latv. Acad. Sci., ser.
B, 59(5), 175-182
12. Briede A., Kokorīte I., Kļaviņš M., Druvietis I. (2005) Daugava River Case Study – Latvia. In:
Russo R., Lekevičius R. (eds.) Modeling nutrient loads and response in river and estuary systems.
NATO/CCMS Pilot Study Final Report No.271. pp.223-256
13. Kokorīte I., Kļaviņš M. (2003) Runoff of dissolved organic carbon from the territory of Latvia and
controlling factors. Folia Geographica 11, 44-52
14. Stalnacke P., Grimvall A., Libiseller C., Laznik M., Kokorite I. (2003) Trends in nutrient
concentrations in Latvian rivers and the response to the dramatic change in agriculture. J. Hydrol.
283, 184–205
15. Kļaviņš M., Briede A., Rodinov V., Kokorīte I., Frisk T. (2002) Long-term changes of river runoff in
Latvia. Boreal Env. Res. 7(4), 447-456
16. Kļaviņš M., Rodinov V., Kokorīte I., Kļaviņa I., Apsīte E. (2001) Long-term and seasonal changes
in chemical composition of surface waters in Latvia. Environ. Monit. Asses. 66, 233-251
17. Kļaviņš M., Briede A., Rodinov V., Kokorīte I., Parele E., Kļaviņa I. (2000) Heavy metals in rivers
of Latvia. Sci. Tot. Environ. 262, 175-183
18. Kļaviņš M., Rodinov V., Kokorīte I., Kļaviņa I. (1999) Chemical composition of surface waters of
Latvia and runoff of dissolved substances form the territory of Latvia. Vatten 55, 97-108
19. Rodinov V., Kokorīte I., Kļaviņa I., Kļaviņš M., Apsīte E. (1999) Quality of surface waters of
Latvia: Seasonal changes of surface water chemical composition. Proc. Latv. Acad. Sci, ser B, 53(2),
73-80
Monographs and textbooks:
1. Kokorīte I. (2007) Latvijas virszemes ūdeņu ķīmiskais sastāvs un to ietekmējošie faktori. Promocijas
darbs. Rīga:LU
2. Frisk T., Kļaviņš M., Bethers U., Kokorīte I., Seņņikovs J., Rodinov V., Bilaletdin A. (2005)
Loading form Latvia and its impact on water quality. The Finnish Environment 793,
Tampere:Pirkanmaa Regional Environment Centre, 92 pp.
3. Kļaviņš M., Rodinovs V., Kokorīte I. (2002) Chemistry of Surface Waters in Latvia. Rīga:LU, 286
pp
4. Frisk T., Klavins M., Rodinov V., Kokorite I., Briede A. (2002) Long-term Changes of Hydrologic
Regime and Aquatic Chemistry in Inland Waters of Latvia. The Finnish Environment,
Tampere:Pirkanmaa Regional Environment Centre
Other publications (reports, popular science publications etc) (for the last 5 years):
1. Kokorīte I., Jankēvica M., Kļaviņš M. (2012) Assessment of Anthropogenic Pressure on Lake
Ecosystems in Latvia by Using Analysis of Lake Sediments. In: BALWOIS2012. Vth International
Scientific Conference on Water, Climate and Environment. Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia - 28 May
- 2 June 2012. http://balwois.com/2012/USB/papers/786.pdf
2. M.Klavins, I.Kokorite, M.Jankevica, J.Mazeika, V.Rodinov (2011) Trace elements in sediments of
lakes in Latvia. In: Proceedings „Recent researches in geography, geology, energy, environment and
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biomedicine WorldGeo-11”, Editors:N.Mastorakis et al., Corfu Island, Greece, 43-47
(http://www.wseas.us/e-library/conferences/2011/Corfu/GEMESED/GEMESED-04.pdf )
3. Druvietis I., Kokorite I. (2010) Invasion of nuisance Raphidophyta Gonyostomum semen (Ehrb.)
Diesing in Latvia’s freshwaters. In: Kin-Chung Ho, Zhou M.J., Qi Y.Z. [Eds] Harmful Algae 2008.
Proceedings of 13th International Conference on Harmful Algae. pp. 17-19.
4. Druvietis I., Kokorite I. (2010) Invasion of nuisance Raphidophyta Gonyostomum semen (Ehrb.)
Diesing in Latvia’s freshwaters. In: Kin-Chung Ho, Zhou M.J., Qi Y.Z. [Eds] Harmful Algae 2008.
Proceedings of 13th International Conference on Harmful Algae. pp. 17-19.
5. Klavins M., Kokorite I., Rodinov V. (2008) Flows of dissolved organic matter in conditions of
changing environment. In: Sveinsson O., Garðarsson S., Gunnlaugsdottir S.[eds.] Northern
Hydrology and its global role. Vol.2. Nordic Hydrological Programme report No.50. 574-581
International Conferences Organizing
19.-21.09.2012. – member of scientific committee of International Limnological Conference “Natural
and Anthropogenic Transformations of Lakes”, Lagow Luboski (Poland)
Additional information on professional activities:
04.09.2009 – 31.05.2015
of Science,
2010.-
Expert in geography and environmental science at Latvian Council
Member of Latvian Quaternary Association.
Reviewer in journal “Hydrology Research” and Riga Technical University journal “Environmental
and Climate Technologies”.
Honours and awards:
2012. – Sciex-NMS fellowship for post-doctoral research at EAWAG (Switzerland)
15.10.2010 – award for the best research work presented by young scientist at the 4th International Scientific
Conference “Modern Problems of Aquatic Ecology”, St.Petersburg, Russia (oral presentation “Flows of
dissolved organic matter in the lakes of Latvia”).
30.10.2008 – national award “Young Scientist in Environmental Science 2008” (Ministry of Environment;
Council of Latvian Environmental Science and Education).
2001-2003 – awards of Kristaps Morbergs scholarship for outstanding PhD students at the University of
Latvia.
28.10.2012.
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