University of Zagreb
Božena Mitić has her expertise in several field of botany. At the beginning of her research career she has had a PhD degree in plant taxonomy and systematic, was involved in some nomenclature investigations, but she has also participated in researches of Croatian flora. In the past 10 years her research activities were extended on invasive alien plants and palynology. Together with colleagues she developed national standards and the preliminary list of invasive alien plants for Croatia. She permanently works on the mapping and distribution of invasive alien plants in Croatia, and at the moment on the revision and updating of the list of alien plants in Croatia. She launched modern palynological researches in Croatia and introduced a course on Palynology at the University of Zagreb, which piqued considerable interest among students. Since 2004 she has collaborated with the palynological group at the University of Vienna (Institute of Botany)
Biodiversity and Food Security, Climate Change and Global Warming, Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation, Environmental Pollution & Management, Forestry, Marine Biodiversity, Plant and Animal Biodiversity, Sustainable Development and Vulnerable species.