Robert Tropek
Robert Tropek
Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague, & Institute of Entomology, Czech Academy of Sciences
Verified email at natur.cuni.cz - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Spontaneous succession in limestone quarries as an effective restoration tool for endangered arthropods and plants
R Tropek, T Kadlec, P Karesova, L Spitzer, P Kocarek, I Malenovsky, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (1), 139-147, 2010
2472010
Comment on “High-resolution global maps of 21st-century forest cover change”
R Tropek, O Sedláček, J Beck, P Keil, Z Musilová, I Šímová, D Storch
Science 344 (6187), 981-981, 2014
1592014
Diversification of mowing regime increases arthropods diversity in species-poor cultural hay meadows
O Cizek, J Zamecnik, R Tropek, P Kocarek, M Konvicka
Journal of Insect Conservation 16 (2), 215-226, 2012
1232012
Does closure of traditionally managed open woodlands threaten epigeic invertebrates? Effects of coppicing and high deer densities
L Spitzer, M Konvicka, J Benes, R Tropek, IH Tuf, J Tufova
Biological conservation 141 (3), 827-837, 2008
1152008
Technical reclamations are wasting the conservation potential of post-mining sites. A case study of black coal spoil dumps
R Tropek, T Kadlec, M Hejda, P Kocarek, J Skuhrovec, I Malenovsky, ...
Ecological Engineering 43, 13-18, 2012
1062012
Can quarries supplement rare xeric habitats in a piedmont region? Spiders of the Blansky les Mts, Czech Republic
R Tropek, M Konvicka
Land Degradation & Development 19 (1), 104-114, 2008
612008
Is coal combustion the last chance for vanishing insects of inland drift sand dunes in Europe?
R Tropek, I Cerna, J Straka, O Cizek, M Konvicka
Biological conservation 162, 60-64, 2013
502013
Ekologická obnova území narušených těžbou nerostných surovin a průmyslovými deponiemi. 2. vydání.
J Řehounek, K Řehounková, R Tropek, K Prach
Calla, České Budějovice, 2015
43*2015
Dragonflies of freshwater pools in lignite spoil heaps: Restoration management, habitat structure and conservation value
F Harabiš, F Tichanek, R Tropek
Ecological Engineering 55, 51-61, 2013
432013
Timed surveys and transect walks as comparable methods for monitoring butterflies in small plots
T Kadlec, R Tropek, M Konvicka
Journal of Insect Conservation 16 (2), 275-280, 2012
392012
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
R Tropek, L Spitzer, M Konvicka
Community Ecology 9 (2), 177-184, 2008
392008
Local and landscape factors affecting communities of plants and diurnal Lepidoptera in black coal spoil heaps: Implications for restoration management
R Tropek, M Hejda, T Kadlec, L Spitzer
Ecological engineering 57, 252-260, 2013
352013
Predictions of marbled crayfish establishment in conurbations fulfilled: evidences from the Czech Republic
J Patoka, M Buřič, V Kolář, M Bláha, M Petrtýl, P Franta, R Tropek, ...
Biologia 71 (12), 1380-1385, 2016
312016
Bezobratlí postindustriálních stanovišť: Význam, ochrana a management
R Tropek, J Řehounek
ENTÚ BC AV ČR & Calla, České Budějovice 152, 2012
29*2012
Hovering sunbirds in the Old World: occasional behaviour or evolutionary trend?
Š Janeček, E Patáčová, M Bartoš, E Padyšáková, L Spitzer, R Tropek
Oikos 120 (2), 178-183, 2011
272011
Additional disturbances as a beneficial tool for restoration of post-mining sites: a multi-taxa approach
K Řehounková, L Čížek, J Řehounek, L Šebelíková, R Tropek, K Lencová, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23, 13745–13753, 2016
262016
Restoration management of fly ash deposits crucially influence their conservation potential for terrestrial arthropods
R Tropek, I Cerna, J Straka, T Kadlec, P Pech, F Tichanek, P Sebek
Ecological engineering 73, 45-52, 2014
242014
Generalization versus specialization in pollination systems: visitors, thieves, and pollinators of Hypoestes aristata (Acanthaceae)
E Padyšáková, M Bartoš, R Tropek, Š Janeček
PloS One 8 (4), e59299, 2013
222013
Open-grown trees as key habitats for arthropods in temperate woodlands: The diversity, composition, and conservation value of associated communities
P Sebek, S Vodka, P Bogusch, P Pech, R Tropek, M Weiss, K Zimova, ...
Forest ecology and management 380, 172-181, 2016
212016
Forest eternal? Endemic butterflies of the Bamenda highlands, Cameroon, avoid close‐canopy forest
R Tropek, M Konvicka
African Journal of Ecology 48 (2), 428-437, 2010
212010
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