The Center offers a wide range of cooperation in many research fields:
- Analysis of changes in the chemical composition of cell walls (using immunohistochemical methods) under the influence of biotic and abiotic factors.
- Assessment of cell ultrastructure under the influence of environmental pollutants, including nanoparticles.
- Analysis of formation and regeneration of vascular tissue after wounding in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana.
- Analysis of auxin canalized transport in Arabidopsis inflorescence stems under controllable experimental conditions.
- Analysis of current climate change and assessment of trends and variability in extreme weather conditions and their relationship with atmospheric circulation.
- Multifaceted studies of changes and factors controlling changes in atmospheric precipitation concerning its phase and types (rain, snow, etc.).
- Analysis of surface-based air temperature inversions in the urban environment under the background of weather conditions and its impact on air pollution.
- Dendrochronological reconstruction of climate change in various landscape zones (with particular emphasis on extreme events).
- Spatial and temporal reconstruction of air pollution using the dendrochronological method.
- Dendrochronological dating of wood from historical and archaeological objects.
- Dendrochronological analysis of charcoal.
- Analysis and interpretation of organic compounds in sedimentary organic matter.
- Processes of initial pedogenesis and role of saccharides in soil formation.
- Polycyclic aromatic compounds in sedimentary rocks.
- Oil – source rocks and oil – oil correlation.
- Organic pollutants in aerosols and soil.
natural hazard, geomorphology
- Geohazard analysis of the frequency of mass movements using dendrochronological method
- Landslide hazard and risk assessment using dendrochronological method.
- Estimating the parameters of floods with the use of dendrochronology and 2D hydrodynamic model.
- Cover collapse risk assessment in karst areas with the use of geoinformation methods.
- Occurrence, distribution and significance of wildfires during Palaeozoic and Mesozoic.
- Saccharides in Mesozoic and Cenozoic lignites and their preservation potential. Mid-Paleozoic Mass Extinctions and Biotic Crises.
- Oceanic anoxic events (especially Late Devonian and Early Carboniferous).
- Geochemistry of sedimentary rocks and palaeoecology.
- Analysis of the factors of settlement in geographical space.
- Urbanization development processes in a dynamic perspective.