Bibliografie

Řazení: Rok, Autoři / Autoři, Rok

2012

Technical reclamations are wasting the conservation potential of post-mining sites. A case study of black coal spoil dumps.
Tropek R., Kadlec T., Hejda M., Kocarek P., Skuhrovec J., Malenovsky I., Vodka S., Spitzer L., Banar P. & M. Konvicka (2012): Technical reclamations are wasting the conservation potential of post-mining sites. A case study of black coal spoil dumps. Ecol. Eng. 43: 13–18. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2011.10.010.

2010

Spontaneous succession in limestone quarries as an effective restoration tool for endangered arthropods and plants
Tropek R., Kadlec T., Karešová P., Spitzer L., Kočárek P., Malenovský I., Banar P., Tuf I. H., Hejda M. & Konvička M. (2010): Spontaneous succession in limestone quarries as an effective restoration tool for endangered arthropods and plants. Journal of Applied Ecology 47: 139–147.

2009

Does closure of traditionally managed open woodlands threaten epigeic invertebrates? Effects of coppicing and high deer densities
Spitzer L., Konvička M., Beneš J., Tropek R., Tuf I. H. & Tufová J. (2009): Does closure of traditionally managed open woodlands threaten epigeic invertebrates? Effects of coppicing and high deer densities. Biological conservation 141: 827–837.

2008

Does closure of traditionally managed open woodlands threaten epigeic invertebrates? Effects of coppicing and high deer densities
Spitzer L., Konvička M., Beneš J., Tropek R., Tuf I. H. & Tufová J. (2008): Does closure of traditionally managed open woodlands threaten epigeic invertebrates? Effects of coppicing and high deer densities. Biological conservation 141: 827–837.
Two groups of epigeic arthropods differ in colonising of piedmont quarries: the necessity of multi-taxa and life-history traits approaches in the monitoring studies
Tropek R., Spitzer L. & Konvička M. (2008): Two groups of epigeic arthropods differ in colonising of piedmont quarries: the necessity of multi-taxa and life-history traits approaches in the monitoring studies. Community Ecology 9: 177–184.

2007

Effects of traditional coppicing and game density on epigeic fauna.
Spitzer L., Tropek R., Konvička M., Beneš J., Tuf I. H. & Tufová J. (2007): Effects of traditional coppicing and game density on epigeic fauna. In Feldmeyer-Christe E. (ed.), Abstracts of the International Conference Monitoring the Effectiveness of Nature Conservation. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Birmensdorf, p. 80.
Příspěvek k poznání fauny epigeických bezobratlých dvou přírodních jedlobukových lesů ve Vsetínských vrších (Česká republika)
Spitzer L., Tuf I. H., Tufová J. & Tropek R. (2007): Příspěvek k poznání fauny epigeických bezobratlých dvou přírodních jedlobukových lesů ve Vsetínských vrších (Česká republika) [Contribution to the knowledge of epigeic invertebrates of two seminatural fir-beech deciduous woodlands in the Vsetínské vrchy Hills, Western Carpathians (Czech Republic)]. Práce a Stud. Muz. Beskyd (Přír. Vědy) 19: 71–82 (in Czech, English summary).
Příspěvek k poznání fauny epigeických bezobratlých dvou přírodních jedlobukových lesů ve Vsetínských vrších (Česká republika)
Spitzer L., Tuf I. H.,Tufová J. & Tropek R. (2007): Příspěvek k poznání fauny epigeických bezobratlých dvou přírodních jedlobukových lesů ve Vsetínských vrších (Česká republika). [Contribution to the knowledge of epigeic invertebrates of two seminatural fir-beech deciduous woodlands in the Vsetínské vrchy Hills, Western Carpathians (Czech Republic).] Práce a Stud. Muz. Beskyd (Přír. Vědy) 19: 71–82.
Can quarries supplement rare xeric habitats in a piedmont region? Comparison of spiders and ground beetles.
Tropek R., Spitzer L. & Konvička M. (2007): Can quarries supplement rare xeric habitats in a piedmont region? Comparison of spiders and ground beetles. In Feldmeyer-Christe E. (ed.), Abstracts of the International Conference Monitoring the Effectiveness of Nature Conservation. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Birmensdorf, p. 44.
Where is the biodiversity of Pannonian forests? Multiple taxonomic groups require open-canopy management
Vodka Š., Konvička M., Spitzer L., Tropek R. & Čížek L. (2007): Where is the biodiversity of Pannonian forests? Multiple taxonomic groups require open-canopy management. In Batáry P. & Körösi A. (eds), Fauna Pannonica 2007. Abstracts of the Symposium on Conservation and Genesis of the Fauna of the Carpathian Basin.Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, p. 68.

2006

Environmental impact of Bt maize – three year experience
Habuštová O., Turanli F., Doležal P., Růžička V., Spitzer L. & Hussein H. M. (2006): Environmental impact of Bt maize – three year experience. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 29 (5): 57–63.

2005

Communities of beetles and spiders in the stands ofnormal and genetically modified maize
Habuštová O., Turanli F., Spitzer L., Růžička V., Doležal P. & Sehnal F. (2005): Communities of beetles and spiders in the stands ofnormal and genetically modified maize. Pestycydy 2005 (3): 125–131.

2004

A biannual study on the environmental impact of Bt-maize
Sehnal F., Habuštová O., Spitzer L., Hussein H. M. & Růžička V. (2004): A biannual study on the environmental impact of Bt-maize.In Romeis J. & Bigler F. (eds), Ecological Impact of the Genetically Modified Organisms. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 27 (3): 147–160.

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  • Rody 72
  • Čtverce 7

Určeno

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  • Druhy 24
  • Rody 18
  • Čtverce 3