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My expertise concentrates on the problems of adaptation of agriculture to climate change, including the issue of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere and development of bioeconomy as the response to these problems. During my professional life I have been working not only in the field of science, but I am also involved as an expert in the European Union Common Agricultural Policy implementation in Poland at the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, and Strategy of Adaptation of Polish Agriculture to Climate Change for the Ministry of Environment.

EDUCATION
1998 – M.Sc in Geography, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland www.umcs.pl
2002 – PhD in Agronomy, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation –State Research Institute, www.iung.pulawy.pl
ACTIVITIES IN INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES
2014 –  ongoing - Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA)
2014 –  ongoing - Working Group on Climate and Hydrology of RA VI; World Meteorological Organization; The Task Team on Agricultural Meteorology
WORK EXPERIENCE
2015 – ongoing - Associate Professor at the Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis; Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation – State Research Institute in Puławy
2015 – ongoing - Expert for Clima-East Program; Expert Facility, Support to development of a national strategy for adaptation of agriculture to climate change in the Republic of Belarus, http://www.climaeast.eu/
2012- ongoing - MACSUR; Modelling European Agriculture with Climate Change for Food Security. FACCE-JPI - Joint Programming Initiative for Agriculture, Climate Change, and Food Security, http://macsur.eu/
2008 – ongoing - Expert; Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development for Common Agricultural Policy Development, Task: Climate change agricultural adaptation
2002 – 2015 - Senior Researcher at the Department of Agro-meteorology and Applied Informatics; Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation – State Research Institute in Puławy
2011-2013 - Key expert in KLIMADA for developing Polish National Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change (NAS 2020) with the perspective by 2030, http://klimada.mos.gov.pl/
2006 - 2011 - COST 734; Management Committee; Impacts of Climate Change and Variability on European Agriculture – CLIVAGRI, Member of WG4: Risk Assessment and Foreseen Impacts on Agriculture, www.cost734.eu
RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2016- ongoing    SustainFram, Innovative and sustainable intensification of integrated food and non-food systems to develop climate-resilient agro-ecosystems in Europe and beyond, ERA-NET.
2015-ongoing    BioEcon, New Strategies on Bio-Economy in Poland, EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) HORIZON 2020
2012 ongoing    MACSUR 1, MACSUR 2: Modeling agriculture with climate change for food security, JPI, FACCEE, Knowledge hub .
2015-2016 Clima-East, Expert Facility, Support to development of a national strategy for adaptation of agriculture to climate change in the Republic of Belarus. First stage: Development of a National Strategy concept on adaptation of agriculture to climate change in Belarus (CEEF-005-BL).
2012-2015 ENORASIS, ENvironmental Optimization of IRrigAtion Management with the Combined uSe and Integration of High Precision Satellite Data, Advanced Modeling, Process Control and Business Innovation (FP7-ENV-2011-ECO-INNOVATION-TwoStage 282949, Collaborative project)
2012-2015 BioBoost, Biomass based energy intermediates boosting biofuel production (FP7 28873, Collaborative project, ENERGY.2011.3.7-1: Development of new or improved sustainable bio-energy carriers)
2010-2012 EU FP7: 245751, Strengthen IUNG’s proficiency on “Managing the Production of Food and feedstuff, their safety and quality under global Climatic Change” (PROFICIENCY), IUNG-PIB.
2006-2011 COST 734, Impacts of Climate Change and Variability on European Agriculture – CLIVAGRI, Member of WG4: Risk Assessment and Foreseen Impacts on Agriculture
2006 AGRI-2006-G4-05, Adaptation to Climate Change in the Agricultural Sector, national expert.
2005-2008 SENSOR - Sustainability Impact Assessment: Tools for Environmental, Social and Economic Effects of Multifunctional Land Use in European Regions, EU FP6 Integrated Project, Contract No 003874 (GOCE).
2005-2008 LUMOCAP - Dynamic land use change modelling for CAP impact assessment on the rural landscape, Contract: SSPE-CT-2005-006556.
2000-2002 Development and Implementation of an Internet Based Decision Support System for Integrated Pest Management in Poland, Regional collaboration of Baltic Sea Region countries. (www.ipm.iung.pulawy.pl).
PUBLICATIONS
Doroszewski A., Górski T. Kozyra J. 2015. Atmospheric moisture controls the far red irradiation: a probable impact on the phytochrome. Int. Agrophys. 29, 3, 283-289.
Giannakis E, Bruggeman A., Djuma H., Kozyra J., Hammer J. 2015: Water pricing and irrigation across Europe: opportunities and constraints for adopting irrigation scheduling decision support systems. Available Online 2 September 2015, DOI: 10.2166/ws.2015.136
Faber, A. Borzęcka-Walker M., Krasuska E., Jarosz Z., Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Syp A., Nieróbca A., Smagacz J. 2014. Indirect land-use change effects of biodiesel production: A case study for Poland Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.12 (2 ): 1353 - 1355.
Kozyra J, Nieróbca A., Żyłowska K. 2014. Changes in wheat phenology in Poland during the years 1975-2011. Book of Abstracts, ESA XII Congress, 25-29 August 2014, Debrecen, Hungary, 93-95, ISBN 978-963-723-0.
Wawer R., Kozyra J., Łopatka A., Matyka M. 2014. A decision support system for agricultural irrigation integrating wireless sensor networks and weather forecast, Book of Abstracts, ESA XII Congress, 25-29 August 2014, Debrecen, Hungary, 303-305, ISBN 978-963-723-0.
Kozyra J., Siebielec G. 2014. The Condition of the Natural Environment in Rural Areas. 175-198; [W:] Nurzyńska I, Poczta W..Rural Poland 2014. Rural Development Report. Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar. Warszawa 2014. ISBN 978-83-7383-708-9.
Kozyra J., Wawer R., Lopatka A., Matyka M. 2014. Sustainable water use in Polish agriculture to fit WFD compliancy in aspect of information needs on agro-meteorology and weather forecast. e-book of proceedings ISBN-978-960-524-430-9. Vol. 2, 81-86.
Lopatka A., Kozyra J., Wawer R. 2014. Integrating wireless soil moisture and meteorological monitoring with numerical weather forecast into a comprehensive decision support system for irrigation management, , e-book of proceedings ISBN-978-960-524-430-9. Vol 2, 147-152
Wawer R., Nowocień E., Podolski B., Kozyra J., Pudełko R., 2013. Protective role of grassland against soil water erosion caused by extreme rainfall events as compared to black follow. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment, 11 (1): 1069-1071.
Krasuska E., Faber A., Pudełko R., Jarosz Z., Borzecka-Walker M., Kozyra J., Syp A., 2013: Emission saving opportunities for corn cultivation for ethanol in Poland. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.11 (3&4 ), 2050 – 2053
Krasuska E., Pudełko R., Faber A., Jarosz Z., Borzecka-Walker M., Syp A. Kozyra J., 2013: Optimization and risk analysis of greenhouse gas emissions depending on yield and nitrogen rates in winter wheat cultivation. Journal: Food, Agriculture and Environment, Vol. 11, (3&4), 2217-2219.
Borzęcka-Walker M., Borek R., Faber A., Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Syp A., Matyka M. 2013: Carbon and nitrogen balances in soil under SRC willow using the DNDC model. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.11 (3&4 ): 1920-1925.
Borzęcka-Walker M., Faber A., Pudełko R., Jarosz Z., Syp A., Kozyra J. 2013: Optimisation and risk analysis of greenhouse gas emissions depending on yield and nitrogen rates in rapeseed cultivation. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.11 (3&4): 1002-1004.
Antoni Faber, Magdalena Borzęcka-Walker, Ewa Krasuska, Zuzanna Jarosz, Rafał Pudełko, Kozyra  J., Syp A., Nieróbca A. Smagacz J. 2014.  Indirect land-use change effects of biodiesel production: A case study for Poland Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.12 (2): 1353 - 1355.
Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Borzęcka-Walker M., 2013. Low altitude aerial remote sensing and mobile ground measurements; new approach to field monitoring, Extended abstract, The 1st International  Conference on Sensing Technologies for Biomaterial, Food, and Agriculture, 17.05.2013, 41-42.
Kozyra J., Nieróbca A., Mizak K., Pudełko R., Doroszewski A. 2013. Annual cycle of vegetation indices of winter wheat based on field measurements using different methods Extended abstract, The 1st International  Conference on Sensing Technologies for Biomaterial, Food, and Agriculture, 17.05.2013, 43-44.
Eitzinger J., Susnik A., Lalic B., Anastasiou D.P., Struzik P., Kozyra J., Matescu E., Rossi F., Mariani L., Spring Ch., Saylan L., Otte U., Frehauf C., Eckersen H., 2013. Review of agrometeorological products/services to improve implementation and impact, High Level Meeting on National Drought Policy, 11-15 March 2013, Geneva, Szwajcaria.
Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Borzęcka-Walker M., 2013. Low altitude aerial remote sensing and mobile ground measurements; new approach to field monitoring , Extended abstract, The 1st International Conference on Sensing Technologies for Biomaterial, Food, and Agriculture, May 17, 2013: 41- 42.
Kozyra J., Nieróbca A., Mizak K., Pudełko R., Doroszewski A. 2013. Annual cycle of vegetation indices of winter wheat based on field measurements using different methods. Extended abstract, The 1st International Conference on Sensing Technologies for Biomaterial, Food, and Agriculture, May 17, 2013: 43-44.
2012    Borzecka-Walker M, Faber A, Kozyra J.,, Pudełko R, Mizak K, Syp A: 2012. Modelling the impact of climate change on miscanthus and willow for their potential productivity in Poland. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment, 10 (3&4): 1437-1440.
Faber A, Łopatka A., Kaczyński R., Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Borzęcka-Walker M., Syp A., 2012. Assessment of existing soil organic carbon stocks and changes at a national and regional level in Poland. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment, 10 (3&4): 1210-1213
Olesen J.E., Trnka M., Kersebaum K.C., Skjelvåg A.O., Seguin B., Peltonen-Sainio P., Rossi F., Kozyra J., Micale F., 2011. Impacts and adaptation of European crop production systems to climate change. European Journal of Agronomy 34, 96–112.
Syp A., Faber A., Kozyra J., Borek R., Rafał Pudełko, Borzęcka-Walker M. Jarosz Z. 2011. Modeling Impact of Climate Change and Management Practices on Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Arable Soils, Polish Journal of Environmental Studies, 20 (6 ): 1593-1602.
Borzęcka-Walker M., Faber A., Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Syp A., Borek R., 2011. Life cycle assessment (LCA) of crops for energy production,  Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.9 (3&4): 698 – 700.
Trnka M., Olesen J.E., Kersebaum K.C., Skjelvåg A.O, Eitzinger J., Seguin B., Peltonen-Sainioa P., Rӧtter R., Iglesias A., Orlandini S., Dubrowski M., Hlavinka P., Balek J., Eckersten H., Cloppet E., Gobin A., Vučetić V., Nejedlik P., Kumar S., Lalic B., Mestre A., Rossi F, Kozyra J., Alexandrov V., Semerádová D., Žalud Z., 2011. Agroclimatic conditions in Europe under climate change. Global Change Biology, 17: 2298-2318.
Peltonen-Sainio P., Jauhiainena L., Trnka M., Olesen J.E., Calanca P., Eckersten H., Eitzinger J., Gobing A., Kersebaum K.C., Kozyra J., Kumar S., Dalla Marta A., Micale F., Schaa B., Seguin B., O.Skjelvåg A., Orlandini S. 2010. Coincidence of variation in yield and climate in Europe, Agriculture Ecosystem Environment, 130, 483-489.
Borek R., Faber A., Kozyra J. 2010. Water implications of selected energy crops cultivated on a field scale. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment, 8, 3&4, 1345-1351.
Kozyra J., Doroszewski A. , Stuczyński T., Jadczyszyn J., Łopatka A., Pudełko R. , Koza P., Nieróbca A., Mizak K., Borzęcka-Walker M., 2009. Agricultural Drought Monitoring Systems (ADMS) – including crop specific requirements and soil map for the detection of areas affected by drought in Poland. [w:] Eitzinger, J., Kubu, G. (eds.), Impact of Climate Change and Adaptation in Agriculture. Extended Abstracts of the International Symosium, University of Natural Ressources and Ap-plied Life Sciences (BOKU),Vienna, June 22-23 2009. BOKU-Met Report 17, ISSN 1994-4179 (Print), ISSN 1994-4187 (Online) - http://www.boku.ac.at/met/report, 37-39.
Kozyra J., Nieróbca A., Mizak K., Pudełko R., Borzęcka-Walker M., Faber A., Doroszewski A., 2010, Climate change - new challenge for agriculture. Studia i Raporty, IUNG-PIB, 19, 133-144 (in polish).
Kozyra J., Zaliwski A., Nieróbca A., Grabiński J. 2009: Decision Support System and weather information. Studia i Raporty IUNG-PIB, 16: 97-106 (in polish).
Kozyra J., Stuczyński T. 2008: Adaptations needs of polish agriculture – hazard identification caused by climate change and adaptation strategy. [in:] Common Agricultural Policy after 2013. UKIE, Warszawa. (in polish).
Górski T., Kozyra J., Doroszewski A.: Field crop losses in Poland due to extreme weather conditions - case studies [w:] Liszewski (eds.) The Influence of Extreme Phenomena on the Natural Environment and Human Living Conditions, Łódzkie Towarzystwo Naukowe, Łódź, 2008: 35-49.
Nieróbca A., Kozyra J., Mizak K. 2008: Change in thermal condition for maize cultivation in Poland. [in] Michalski T., (eds.) Problems of agronomy and use maize and sorghum. Life Science University in Poznań, 26-30,(in polish.
Olesen J. E., Trnka M., Kersebaum C., Peltonen-Sainio P., Skejvåg A.O., Rossi F., Kozyra J., Seguin B., Micale F. 2008: Risk assessment and foreseen impacts on agriculture. [in:] P. Nejedlik and S. Orlandini (eds.): Survey of agrometeorological practices and applications in Europe regarding climate change impacts, COST 734 REPORT, 279-327.
Stuczyński T. (eds.), 2006:  Less Favoured Areas in Poland, Wyd. IUNG-PIB, Puławy, s.42 (in polish).
Łopatka A., Stuczyński T., Czyż E., Kozyra J., Jadczyszyn J. 2007: Analysis of soil water conditions and the risks associated with drought as an example of Podlaskie region. Studia i Raporty IUNG-PIB. z. 5, s. 79-105 (in polish).
Stuczyński T., Kozyra J., Łopatka  A., Siebielec G., Jadczyszyn  J., Koza P., Doroszewski A., Wawer R., Nowocień E. 2007: Environmental conditions for agricultural production in Poland. Studia i Raporty PIB-IUNG, str. 77-115 (in polish).
    
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