Tijana Nikolić

Tijana Nikolić

Position:Research associate

Academic Rank: Research associate in the field of natural/mathematical sciences - biology

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Tijana Nikolić is senior researcher at BioSense Institute with a PhD in ecology from the Faculty of Science, University of Novi Sad. She works with spatial prioritization of natural and semi natural habitat in agricultural landscapes, needed to protect agro biodiversity, improve soil quality and secure food production. The main focus is on integrated landscape management that entail food production, biodiversity and climate change across sectors and stakeholders to meet the range of short and long term societal needs.




  1. Nikolić T., Arok M., Radišić D., Mirč M., Velaja L., Milić D., Ćirović D. (2020) Endangered species’ trait responses to environmental variability in agricultural settings. Archive of Biological Science, DOI: 10.2298/ABS190715061N.
  2. Milić D., Radenković S., Radišić D., Andrić A., Nikolić T., Vujić A. (2019) Stability and changes in the distribution of Pipiza hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae) in Europe under projected future climate conditions. PLoS ONE 14(9): e0221934, 19 pp. (doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0221934)
  3. Nikolić T, Radišić D, Ćosić N., Díaz-Delgado R., Milić D., Vujić A. and Ćirović D (2019) Landscape heterogeneity effects on keystone rodent species: Agro-ecological zoning for conservation of open grasslands. Biodiversity and Conservation DOI: 10.1007/s10531-019-01810-y.
  4. Dimitrije Radišić, Milica Mišković, Sandra Jovanović, Tijana Nikolić, Goran Sekulić, Ante Vujić, Dubravka Milić (2018) Protected area networks are insufficient for the conservation of threatened farmland species: A case study on corncrake (Crex crex) and lesser grey shrike (Lanius minor) in Serbia. Archives of Biological Sciences. DOI: 10.2298/ABS180924053R.
  5. Vujić A, Radenković S, Nikolić T, Radišić D, Trifunov S, Andrić A, Markov Z, Jovičić S, Stojnić S M, Janković M & Lugonja P (2016): Prime Hoverfly (Insecta: Diptera: Syrphidae) Areas (PHA) as a conservation tool in Serbia. Biological Conservation 198: 22-32.
  6. Nikolić T, Radišić D, Milić D, Marković V, Trifunov S, Jovičić S, Šimić S &Vujić A (2013). Modelling current potental distribution and the analysis of habitat preferences of genus Pipiza (Diptera: Syrphidae) on the Balkan Peninsula. Archives of Biological Sciences 65/3: 1037-1052.