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dr Dubravka J. Relić

docent
Hemijski fakultet, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd
Katedra za primenjenu hemiju

Telefon:   011-3336801

Telefon (lokalni):   801

Laboratorija:   630

E-mail:   dradman AT chem · bg · ac · rs

Lični podaci

Rođena je 9. oktobra 1974. godine u Vukovaru od oca Janka i majke Spomenke. Udata, majka jednog deteta.

Obrazovanje i usavršavanja

1998: Osnovne studije - Hemijske nauke / Univerzitet u Beogradu - Hemijski fakultet (Beograd)

2006: Magistratura - Hemijske nauke / Univerzitet u Beogradu - Hemijski fakultet (Beograd)

2012: Doktorat - Hemijske nauke / Univerzitet u Beogradu - Hemijski fakultet (Beograd)

Kretanje u službi

2000: Istraživač-pripravnik / Univerzitet u Beogradu - Hemijski fakultet (Beograd)

2003: Asistent pripravnik / Univerzitet u Beogradu - Hemijski fakultet (Beograd)

2007-2014: Asistent / Univerzitet u Beogradu - Hemijski fakultet (Beograd)

2014-2014: Naučni saradnik / Univerzitet u Beogradu - Hemijski fakultet (Beograd)

2014-2016: Docent / Univerzitet u Beogradu - Hemijski fakultet (Beograd)

Oblasti naučnog interesovanja

Hemija životne sredine: sedimenti, zemljišta, podzemne i površinske vode i vazduh.

Ostale aktivnosti

član Komisije za priznavanje ispita od 18. 1. 2018.

Angažman u nastavi

Projekti

Brojevi za identifikaciju autora

Izabrane reference

Knjige i revijalni radovi / Books and reviews:

  1. Popović A, Đorđević D, Relić D, Vukmirović Z, Mihajlidi-Zelić A, Polić P. Speciation of Heavy Metals in Geological Matter of the Serbian National Parks, Protected Areas and Cities Within the Danube River Basin After the War Conflict in 1999. Environmental Consequences of War and Aftermath, The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, Volume 3, Part 3U, edited by T.A. Kassim, D. Barcelo, pp. 283-320, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 2009 (ISBN # 978-3-540-87961-9).
  2. Popović A, Đorđević D, Relić D, Đinović-Stojanović J. "Termoelektrana kao mogući izvori zagađenja površinskih i podzemnih voda", Energetika i životna sredina, urednik Marko Anđelković, s. 373-6401, Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti, Begrad, 2013 (ISBN # 978-86-7025-607-1).

Izabrani radovi / Selected papers:

  1. Đorđević D, Radmanović D, Mihajlidi-Zelić A, Ilić M, Pfendt P, Vukmirović Z, Polić P. Association of trace elements in aerosol at the south Adriatic coast. Environmental Chemistry Letters (2004), 2(3), 147-150;
  2. Relić D, Đorđević D, Popović A, Blagojević T. Speciations of trace metals in the Danube alluvial sediments within an oil refinery. Environment International (2005), 31, 661-669;
  3. Đorđević D, Mihajlidi-Zelić A, Relić D. Differentiation of the contribution of local resuspension from that of regional and remote sources on trace elements content in the atmosphere aerosol in the Mediterranean area. Atmospheric Environment (2005), 39, 6271-6281;
  4. Mrkić S, Pfendt PA, Jovančićević B, Matić I, Vujasinović S, Babić D, Vrvić M, Djordjević D, Gojgić-Cvijović G, Nikolić P, Dević G, Matić V, Relić D, Trifunović S. The influence of the association patterns of phosphorus–substrates and xylene–substrates on the degradation of xylenes in an alluvial aquifer. Journal of Serbian Chemical Society (2005), 70 (12), 1515–1531;
  5. Mihajlidi-Zelić A, Deršek-Timotić I, Relić D, Popović A, Đorđević D. Contribution of marine and continental aerosols to the content of major ions in the precipitation of the central Mediterranean. Science of the Total Environment (2006), 370 (2-3), 441-451.
  6. Relić D, Đorđević D, Popović A, Jadranin M, Polić P. Fractionation and potential mobility of trace metals in Danube alluvial aquifer within an industrialized zone, Environment monitoring and assessment (2010), 171, 229-248.
  7. Relić D, Đorđević D, Popović A. Assessment of the pseudo total metal content in alluvial sediments from Danube River, Serbia. Environmental Earth Science (2011), 63, 1303-1317.
  8. Relić D, Đorđević D, Sakan S, Anđelković I, Miletić S, Đuričić J. Aqua regia extracted metals in sediments from the industrial area and surroundings of Pančevo, Serbia. Journal of Hazardous Materials (2011), 186, 1893-1901.
  9. Sakan S, Đorđević D, Dević G, Relić D, Anđelković I, Đuričić J. A study of trace element contamination in river sediments in Serbia using microwave-assisted aqua regia digestion and multivariate statistical analysis. Microchemical Journal (2011), 99, 492-502.
  10. Popović A, Đorđević D, Relić D, Mihajlidi-Zelić A. Speciation of Trace and Major Elements from Coal Combustion Products of Serbian Power Plants (I)- "Kostolac A" Power Plant. Energy Sources - Part A: Recovery, Utilization and Environmental Effects (2011), 33, 1960-1968.
  11. Popovic A, Djordjevic D, Relic D, Mihajlidi-Zelic A. Speciation of Trace and Major Elements from Coal Combustion Products of Serbian Power Plants (II)- "Obilic" Power Plant. Energy Sources- Part A: Recovery, Utilization and Environmental Effects (2011), 33, 2309-2318.
  12. Đorđević D, Mihajlidi-Zelić A, Relić D, Ignjatović Lj, Huremović J, Stortini AM, Gambaro A. Size-segregated mass concentration and water soluble inorganic ions in an urban aerosol of the Central Balkans (Belgrade). Atmospheric Environment (2012), 46, 309-317.
  13. Popović A, Đorđević D, Relić D. Associations and pollution potential of selected trace and major elements in filter lignite ash from the "Nikola Tesla A" power plant - (Obrenovac, Serbia) (I)-leaching experiments. Energy sources - Part A: Recovery, Utilization and Environmental Effects (2013), 35, 529-537.
  14. Relić D, Đorđević D, Sakan S, Anđelković I, Pantelić A, Stanković R, Popović A. Conventional, microwave and ultrasound sequential extractions for the fractionation of metals in sediments within petrochemical industry, Serbia. Environmental monitoring and assessments (2013), 185, 7627-7645.
  15. Pergal M, Relić D, Tešić Ž, Popović A. Leaching of polycylic aromatic hydrocarbons from power plant lignite ash - influence of parameters important for environmental pollution. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2014), 21, 3435-3442.
  16. Đorđević D, Stortini AM, Relić D, Mihajlidi-Zelić A, Huremović J, Barbante C, Gambaro A. Trace elements in size-segregated urban aerosol in relation to the anthropogenic emission sources and the resuspension. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2014), 21, 10949-10959.              
  17. Sakan S, Dević G, Relić D, Anđelković I, Sakan N, Đorđević D. Risk assessment of trace element contamination in river sediments in Serbia using pollution indices and statistical methods: a pilot study. Environmental Earth Science (2015) 73, 6625-6638.
  18. Sakan S, Dević G, Relić D, Anđelković I, Sakan N, Đorđević D. Evaluation of sediment contamination with heavy metals: the importance of determining appropriate background content and suitable element for normalization. Environmental Geochemisty and Health (2015) 37, 97-113.
  19. Sakan SM, Dević GJ, Relić DJ, Anđelković IB, Sakan NM, Đorđević DS. Environmental assessment of heavy metal pollution in freshwater sediment, Serbia. Clean - Soil, Air, Water (2015) 43, 838-845. 
  20. Popović A, Đorđević D, Relić D. Association and pollution potential of selected trace and major elements in filter lignite ash - Statistical Analysis. Energy Sources, Part A (2015) 37, 987-996. 
  21. Mihajlidi-Zelić A, Đorđević D, Relić D, Tošić I, Ignjatović Lj, Stortini MA, Gambaro A. Water-soluble inorganic ions in urban aerosols of the continental part of Balkans (Belgrade) during the summer - autumn (2008). Open Chemistry (2015) 13, 245-256.
  22. Popović A, Relić D, Đorđević D. Trace and Major Elements in Ash of "Nikola Tesla A" Power Plant Dump (III) - Association of Elements in Passive Cassette Ash. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization and Environmental Effects (2015) 37, 1487-1494.
  23. Đorđević D, Buha J, Stortini AM, Mihajlidi-Zelić A, Relić D, Barbante C, Gambaro A. Mass distribution and morphological and chemical characterization of urban aerosols in the continental Balkan area (Belgrade). Envrionmental Science and Pollution Research (2016) 23, 851-859.
  24. Milićević T, Relić D, Škivanj S, Tešić Ž, Popović A. Assessment of major and trace element bioavailabilty in vineyard soil. Chemosphere (2017) 171, 284-293.
  25. Relić D, Popović A, Đorđević D, Čáslavský J. Occurance of synthetic musk compounds in surface, underground, waste and processed water samples in Belgrade, Serbia. Envrionmental Earth Science (2017) 76:122.
  26. Pantelić M, Dabić D, Ćirić I, Pergal M, Relić D, Todić S, Natić M. Phenolic profiles, antioxidant acitivity and minerals in leaves of different grapevine varieties grown in Serbia. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis (2017) 62, 76-83.
  27. Milićević T, Aničić Urošević M, Vuković G, Škrivanj S, Relić D, Frontasyeva M, Popović A. Assessment of species-specific and temporal variations of major, trace and rare earth elements in vineyard ambient using moss bags. Ecotoxicology and Envrionmental Safatey (2017) 144, 208-215.
  28. Popović A, Đinović-Stojanović J, Đorđević D, Relić D, Vranić D, Milijašević M, Pezo L. Levels of toxic elements in canned fish from the Serbian markets and their health risk assessment. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis (2018) 67, 70-76.
  29. Relić D, Heberger K, Sakan S, Škrbić B, Popović A, Đorđević D. Ranking and similatiry of conventional, microwave and ultrasound element sequential extraction methods. Chemosphere (2018) 198, 103-110.
  30. Milićević T, Aničić Urošević M, Relić D, Vuković G, Škrivanj S, Popović A. Bioavailability of potentially toxic elements in soil-grapvine (leaf, skin, pulp and seed) system and environmental and health risk assessment. Science of Total Environment (2018) 626, 528-545.
  31. Popović AR, Relić DJ, Vranić DV, Babić-Milijašević JA, Pezo LL, Đinović-Stojanović JM. Canned sea fish marketed in Serbia: Their zinc, copper, and iron levels and contribution to the dietary intake. Arhiv za Higijenu Rada i Toksikologiju (2018) 69 (1), 55-60.

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