Prof. Snezana Dragovic
University of Belgrade, Serbia
2005 Ph.D., University of Belgrade, Serbia
2002 M.Sc., University of Belgrade, Serbia
1997 B.Sc., University of Belgrade, Serbia
S. Dragović, M. Ćujić, L. Slavković-Beškoski, B. Gajić, B. Bajat,
M. Kilibarda, A. Onjia, Trace element distribution in surface soils from a coal
burning power production area: A case study from the largest power plant site
in Serbia, Catena 104 (2013) 288-296.
S. Dragović, Lj. Janković-Mandić, R. Dragović, M. Đorđević, M. Đokić, J. Kovačević, Lithogenic
radionuclides in surface soils of Serbia: spatial distribution and relation to
geological formations, J. Geochem. Explor., http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gexplo.2013.07.015.
J. Petrović, M. Ćujić, M. Đorđević, R. Dragović, B. Gajić, Š.
Miljanić, S. Dragović, Spatial distribution and vertical migration of 137Cs in soils of Belgrade (Serbia) 25
years after the Chernobyl accident, Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts 15 (2013)
M. Momčilović, J. Kovačević, M. Tanić, M. Đorđević, G. Bačić, S.
Dragović, Distribution of natural radionuclides in surface soils in the
vicinity of abandoned uranium mines in Serbia, Environ. Monit. Assess. 185
S. Dragović, Lj. Janković Mandić, R. Dragović, M. Đorđević, M.
Đokić, Spatial distribution of the 226Ra activity concentrations in well and spring waters in Serbia
and their relation to geological formations, J. Geochem. Explor. 112 (2012)
S. Dragović, B. Gajić, R. Dragović, Lj. Janković Mandić, L.
Slavković Beškoski, N. Mihailović, Milan Momčilović, Mirjana Ćujić, Edaphic
factors affecting the vertical distribution of radionuclides in the different
soil types of Belgrade, Serbia, J. Environ. Monit. 14 (2012) 127-137.
M. Ćujić, S. Dragović, M. Sabovljević, L. Slavković-Beškoski, M.
Kilibarda, J. Savović, A. Onjia, Use of mosses as biomonitors of major, minor
and trace element deposition around the largest thermal power plant in Serbia,
CLEAN - Soil Air Water 2012, DOI: 10.1002/clen.201100656.
M. Momčilović, J. Kovačević, S. Dragović, Population doses from
terrestrial exposure in the vicinity of abandoned uranium mines in Serbia,
Radiat. Meas. 45 (2010) 225-230.
S. Dragović, Lj. Janković Mandić, Transfer of radionuclides to
ants, mosses and lichens in semi-natural ecosystems, Radiat. Environ. Biophys.
49 (2010) 625-634.
Lj. Janković Mandić, R. Dragović, S. Dragović, Distribution of
lithogenic radionuclides in soils of the Belgrade region (Serbia), J. Geochem.
Explor. 105 (2010) 43-49.
Lj. Janković Mandić, S. Dragović, Assessment of terrestrial gamma
exposure to the population of Belgrade (Serbia), Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 140
S. Dragović, B.J. Howard, J.A. Caborn, C.L. Barnett, N.
Mihailović, Transfer of natural and anthropogenic radionuclides to ants,
bryophytes and lichen in a semi-natural ecosystem, Environ. Monit. Assess. 166 (2010) 677-686.
S. Dragović, N. Mihailović, B. Gajić, Quantification of transfer
of 238U, 226Ra, 232Th, 40K and 137Cs in mosses of a semi-natural ecosystem, J. Environ. Radioact. 101 (2010) 159-164.
S. Dragović, N. Mihailović, Analysis of mosses and topsoils for
detecting sources of heavy metal pollution: multivariate and enrichment factor
Monit. Assess., 157 (2009) 383-390.
S. Dragović, N. Mihailović, B. Gajić, Heavy metals in soils:
Distribution, relationship with soil characteristics and radionuclides and
multivariate assessment of contamination sources, Chemosphere 72 (2008)
S. Dragović, A. Onjia, Classification of soil samples according to geographic origin
using gamma-ray spectrometry and pattern recognition methods, Appl. Radiat.
Isot. 65 (2007) 218-224.
S. Dragović, A. Onjia, R. Dragović, G. Bačić, Implementation of
neural networks for classification of moss and lichen samples on the basis of
gamma-ray spectrometric analysis. Environ. Monit. Assess. 130 (2007) 245-253.
S. Dragović, A. Onjia, G. Bačić, Simplex optimization of
artificial neural networks for the prediction of the minimum detectable
activity in gamma-ray spectrometry, Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. A 564 (2006) 308-314.
S. Dragović, A. Onjia, Classification of soil samples according to
their geographic origin using gamma-ray spectrometry and principal component
Environ. Radiaoct. 89 (2006) 150-158.
S. Dragović, Lj. Janković, A. Onjia, Assessment of gamma dose
rates from terrestrial exposure in Serbia and Montenegro, Radiat. Prot. Dosim.
121 (2006) 297-302.