Editorial Assistant, Medicine
Responsibilities at De Gruyter Open:
- Fills each issue on time and with a sufficient number of good articles
- Searches for good submissions
- Builds team of Editors
- Develops and maintains contacts with many scientists, especially with potential authors
- Promotes published articles to readers and citers
G. Kowalewski, J. Barabach: Sedimentary record in lake-mire basin Dury V (Tuchola Pinewood Forest), Studia Limnologica et Telmatologica Vol. 4(2), (2010), pp. 65-74.
J. Barabach: The history of Lake Rzecin and its surroundings drawn on maps as a background to palaeoecological reconstruction, Limnological Review Vol. 12(3), (2012), pp. 103-114.
J. Barabach, K. Milecka: Anthropogenic transformations of Rzecin peatland recorded on aerial photographs, Archives of Photogrammetry, Cartography and Remote Sensing (2013) pp. 11-22
M. Gałka, G. Miotk-Szpiganowicz, M. Marczewska, J. Barabach, W.O. van der Knaap, M. Lamentowicz: Palaeoenvironmental changes in CE Europe (NE Poland) during the last 6200 years reconstructed from a high-resolution multi-proxy peat archive,
Holocene (2014) doi: 10.1177/0959683614561887.
M. Lamentowicz, M. Mueller, M. Gałka, J. Barabach, K. Milecka, T. Goslar, M. Binkowski:
Reconstructing human impact on peatland development during the past 200 years in CE Europe through biotic proxies and X-ray tomography. Quaternary International (2014) doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2014.07.045.
K. Milecka, G. Kowalewski, B. Fiałkiewicz-Kozieł, M. Gałka, M. Lamentowicz, B. H. Chojnicki, T. Goslar, J. Barabach: Hydrological changes in the Rzecin peatland (Puszcza Notecka, Poland) induced by anthropogenic factors: Implications for mire development and carbon sequestration, The Holocene (2016) doi: 10.1177/0959683616670468
M. Lamentowicz, S. Słowińska, M. Słowiński, V.E.J. Jassey, B.H. Chojnicki, J. Barabach, M. Samson, P. Kołaczek, A. Buttler: Combining short-term manipulative experiments with long-term palaeoecological investigations at high resolution to assess the response of Sphagnum peatlands to drought, fire and warming, Mires and Peat (2016) doi: 10.19189/MaP.2016.OMB.244