Publikace

Giagli K., Gričar J., Vavrčík H., Menšík L., Gryc V. 2016. The effect of drought on wood formation in Fagus sylvatica during two contrasting years. IAWA Journal 37: 332–348.

Giagli K., Gričar J., Vavrčík H., Gryc V. 2016. Nine-year monitoring of cambial seasonality and cell production in Norway spruce. iForest 9: 375–382.

Komprdová K., Komprda J., Menšík L., Vaňková L., Nizzetto L. 2016. Influence of tree species composition on storage and mobility of semivolatile organic compounds in forest soils. Science of the Total Environment 553: 532–540.

Kolář T., Giagli K., Trnka M., Bednářová E., Vavrčík H., Rybníček M. 2016. Response of the leaf phenology and tree-ring width of European beech to climate variability. Silva Fennica 50: article id 1520.

Světlík J., Krejza J., Menšík L., Pokorný R., Mazal P., Kulhavý J. 2016. Sekvestrace uhlíku smrkovým porostem (Picea abies (l.) Karst.) v oblasti Drahanské vrchoviny. Zprávy Lesnického Výzkumu 61: 42–53.

Giagli K., Veteška O., Vavrčik H., Gryc V. 2015. Monitoring of seasonal dynamics in two age-different european beech stands. Wood Research 60: 1005–1016.

Menšík L., Kulhavý J. 2015. Půdní vlastnosti pod vlivem kyselé depozice ve smrkovém a smíšeném porostu vrchovinné oblasti. Scientific Horizon 2015: 23–30.

Griar J., Prislan P., de Luis M., Gryc V., Hacurová J., Vavrík H., Čufar K. 2015. Plasticity in variation of xylem and phloem cell characteristics of Norway spruce under different local conditions. Frontiers in Plant Science 6: 730.

Gričar J., Prislan P., Gryc V., Vavrčík H., De Luis M., Čufar K. 2014. Plastic and locally adapted phenology in cambial seasonality and production of xylem and phloem cells in Picea abies from temperate environments. Tree Physiology 34: 869–881.

Urban J., Bednářová E., Plichta R., Gryc V., Vavrčík H., Hacura J., Fajstavr M., Kučera J. 2014. Links between phenology and ecophysiology in a European beech forest. iForest 8: 438–447.

Vavrík H., Gryc V., Menšík L., Baar J. 2013. Xylem formation in Fagus sylvatica during one growing season. Dendrobiology 69: 69–75.

Purchart L., Tuf I.H., Hula V., Suchomel J. 2013. Arthropod assemblages in Norway spruce monocultures during a forest cycle – A multi-taxa approach. Forest Ecology and Management, 306: 42–51.

Vichrová G., Vavrčík H., Gryc V., Světlík J. 2013. The analysis of radial growth in stem of Norway Spruce by means of different methods and assessment of effect of climatic conditions in relation to the growth. Wood Research 58: 217–229.

Vavrčík H., Gryc, V., Vichrová G. 2013. Xylem formation in young Norway spruce trees in Drahany Highland, Czech Republic. IAWA Journal 34: 231–244.

Rosík J., Fabiánek T., Marková I. 2013. Soil CO2 efflux in young Norway spruce stands with different silviculture practices. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 61: 1845–1851. http://acta.mendelu.cz/61/6/1845/

Krejza J., Pokorný R., Marková I. 2013. Is allometry for aboveground organ's mass estimation in young Norway spruce stands affected by different type of thinning. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 61: 1755–1761. dx.doi.org/10.11118/actaun201361061755

Rybníček M., Čermák P., Hadaš P., Kolář T., Žid T. 2012. Dendrochronological analysis and habitual stress diagnostic assessment of Norway spruce (Picea abies) stands in the Drahany Highlands. Wood Research 57: 189–206.

Pokorný R., Rajsnerová P., Kubásek J., Marková I., Tomášková I. 2012. Effect of early to late wood proportion on Norway spruce biomass. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 60: 287–292.

Vichrová G., Vavrčík H., Gryc V., Menšík L. 2011. Preliminary study on phloemogenesis in Norway spruce: influence of age and selected environmental factors. Journal of Forest Science 57: 226–232.

Marková I., Pokorný R. 2011. Allometric relationships for dry mass of aboveground organs estimation in young highland Norway spruce stand. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 59: 217–224.

Gryc V., Vavrčík H, Vichrová G. 2011. Monitoring of xylem formation in Norway spruce in the Czech republic 2009. Wood Research 56: 467–478.

Bednářová E., Merklová L. 2011. Evaluation of vegetative phenological stages in a spruce monoculture depending on parameters of the environment. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 59: 11–16.

Suchomel J., Purchart L., Urban J. 2010. Spruce monocultures of the Drahanská vrchovina Upland (Czech Republic) as the biotope of small terrestrial mammals (Rodentia, Soricomorpha). Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 53: 185–193.

Purchart L., Kula E., Suchomel J. 2010. Effects of contaminated mining sites on ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in Central Europe. Community Ecology 11: 242–249.

Drápelová I., Menšík L., Kulhavý J., Marková I. 2010. Sulphur and nitrogen concentrations and fluxes in bulk precipitation and throughfall in the mountain and highland spruce stands in the Czech Republic. Journal of Forest Science 56: 429–441.

Klimo E., Prax A., Hybler V., Štykar J. 2010. The changes of the forest environment and biodiversity in a norway spruce ekosystem with clearcutting regeneration on the original beech site. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 58 (4): 1–25.

Klimo E., Kulhavý J. 2009. Carbon stock in an even-aged norway spruce stand on the original beech site and its changes during clear-cutting regeneration. Ekologia (Bratislava) 28: 363–375.

Fabiánek T., Menšík L., Tomášková I., Kulhavý J. 2009. Effects of spruce, beech and mixed commercial stand on humus conditions of forest soils. Journal of Forest Science 55: 119–126.

Remeš M., Kulhavý J. 2009. Dissolved organic carbon concentrations under conditions of different forest composition. Journal of Forest Science 55: 201–207.

Menšík L., Fabiánek T., Tesař V., Kulhavý J. 2009. Humus conditions and stand characteristics of artificially established young stands in the process of the transformation of spruce monocultures. Journal of Forest Science 55: 215–223.

Merklová L., Bednářová E. 2008. Results of the phenological study of the tree layer of a mixed stand in the region of the Drahanská vrchovina Upland. Journal of Forest Science 54: 294–305.

Bednářová E., Merklová L. 2008. A phenological study on european larch (Larix decidua Mill.) in the Drahanská vrchovina highlands. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 56 (2): 13–20.

Purchart L., Suchomel J. 2007. The impact of small terrestrial mammals on beech (Fagus sylvatica) plantations in spruce monoculture (preliminary results). Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 55 (5): 131–136.

Klimo E., Kulhavý J. 2006. Norway spruce monocultures and their transformation to close-to-nature forests from the point of view of soil changes in the Czech Republic. Ekologia (Bratislava) 25: 27–43.

Kulhavý J. 2004. A new concept in sustainable forest management – the need for forest ecosystem and landscape research. Journal of Forest Science 50: 520–525.

Spiecker H., Hansen J., Klimo E., Skovsgaard J.P., Sterba H., von Teuffel K. (eds) 2004. Norway spruce conversion – options and consequences. Brill, Leiden-Boston, 269 pp.

Horáček P. 2003. Wood structure: a tool for evaluating in growing conditions of Norway spruce. Ekologia (Bratislava) 23, Suppl. 3: 147–162.

Štykar J. 2002. Biodiversity of plant component of spruce forest stages in the Fageta quercino-abietina group of geobiocoene types at the research facility operated by Institute of Forest Ecology (Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry) „Rájec". Ekologia (Bratislava) 21, Suppl. 1: 45–68.

Prax A., Palát M. 2002. Soil moisture dynamics in a clear-felled area after planting spruce seedlings. Ekologia (Bratislava) 21, Suppl. 1: 88–97.

Kulhavý J., Grunda B. 2002. CO2 respiration from soil under a spruce stand and in a reforested clear-felled area. Ekologia (Bratislava) 21, Suppl. 1: 31–44.

Kučera J., Bednářová E., Kamlerová K. 2002. Vertical profile of needle biomass and penetration of radiation through the spruce stand. Ekologia (Bratislava) 21, Suppl. 1: 107–121.

Knott R. 2002. Development of a young stand of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) of the second generation on an allochthonous site. Ekologia (Bratislava) 21, Suppl. 1: 5–13.

Klimo E. 2002. Ecological consequences of clearcutting in spruce monocultures. Ekologia (Bratislava) 21, Suppl. 1: 14–30.

Hadaš P. 2002. Temperature and precipitation conditions in the high elevationspruce stands of the Drahaská vrchovina upland. Ekologia (Bratislava) 21, Suppl. 1: 69–87.

Grabařová S., Martinková M. 2002. Climatic risk factors for spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) stands in lower altitudinal vegetation zones. Ekologia (Bratislava) 21, Suppl. 1: 136–151.

Bednářová E., Kučera J. 2002:. Phenological observations of two spruce stands (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) of different age in the years 1991–2000. Ekologia (Bratislava) 21, Suppl. 1: 98–106.

Tatarinov F., Čermák J., Kučera J., Prax A. 2000. Transpiration of spruce in a mature plantation in Drahanska Vrchovina Uplands, Moravia. I. Variation between individual trees. Ekologia (Bratislava) 19, Suppl. 1, 48–62.

Klimo E. 2000. Stress factors in the ecosystems of Norway spruce monocultures, induced by changed soil properties and nutrient cycling. Ecologia (Bratislava) 19, Suppl. 1: 113–129.

Grabařová S., Martinková M. 2000. Changes of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) growth characteristics under the impact of drought. Ekologia (Bratislava) 19, Suppl. 1: 81–103.

Klimo E., Hager H., Kulhavý J. (eds) 2000. Spruce monocultures in Central Europe. Problems and prospects. EFI Proceedings No. 33, 208 pp.

Klimo E., Maršálek J. (eds) 1992. Manmade spruce ecosystem (structure, functions, production, processes). Report from Project Rájec, Institute of Forest Ecology, Agriculture University Brno, 177 pp.