David Hořák
David Hořák
Associate Professor, Charles University in Prague
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Tracking progress toward EU biodiversity strategy targets: EU policy effects in preserving its common farmland birds
A Gamero, L Brotons, A Brunner, R Foppen, L Fornasari, RD Gregory, ...
Conservation Letters 10 (4), 395-402, 2017
Czech and Slovak bird migration atlas
J Cepák, P Klvaňa, J Škopek, L Schröpfer, M Jelínek, D Hořák, ...
Aventinum, Praha, 2008
Life‐history characteristics of European birds
L Storchová, D Hořák
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (4), 400-406, 2018
Unusual abundance–range size relationship in an Afromontane bird community: the effect of geographical isolation?
J Reif, D Hořák, O Sedláček, J Riegert, M Pešata, Z Hrázský, Š Janeček, ...
Journal of Biogeography 33 (11), 1959-1968, 2006
Global patterns of interaction specialization in bird–flower networks
TB Zanata, BO Dalsgaard, FC Passos, PA Cotton, JJ Roper, ...
Journal of Biogeography 44 (8), 1891-1910, 2017
Linking habitat specialization with species' traits in European birds
J Reif, D Hořák, A Krištín, L Kopsová, V Devictor
Oikos 125 (3), 405-413, 2016
A comparison of point counts with a new acoustic sampling method: a case study of a bird community from the montane forests of Mount Cameroon
O Sedláček, J Vokurková, M Ferenc, EN Djomo, T Albrecht, D Hořák
Ostrich 86 (3), 213-220, 2015
High aboveground carbon stock of African tropical montane forests
A Cuni-Sanchez, MJP Sullivan, PJ Platts, SL Lewis, R Marchant, G Imani, ...
Nature 596 (7873), 536-542, 2021
Factors determining pochard nest predation along a wetland gradient
T Albrecht, D Hořák, J Kreisinger, K Weidinger, P Klvaňa, TC Michot
The Journal of Wildlife Management 70 (3), 784-791, 2006
Seasonal shifts of biodiversity patterns and species’ elevation ranges of butterflies and moths along a complete rainforest elevational gradient on Mount Cameroon
V Maicher, S Sáfián, M Murkwe, S Delabye, Ł Przybyłowicz, P Potocký, ...
Journal of Biogeography 47 (2), 342-354, 2020
Birds protected by national legislation show improved population trends in Eastern Europe
J Koleček, M Schleuning, IJ Burfield, A Báldi, K Böhning-Gaese, ...
Biological Conservation 172, 109-116, 2014
Sperm competition in tropical versus temperate zone birds
T Albrecht, O Kleven, J Kreisinger, T Laskemoen, TC Omotoriogun, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1752), 20122434, 2013
Abundance-area relationships in bird assemblages along an Afrotropical elevational gradient: space limitation in montane forest selects for higher population densities
M Ferenc, J Fjeldså, O Sedláček, FN Motombi, E Djomo Nana, K Mudrová, ...
Oecologia 181, 225-233, 2016
Forest structure determines spatial changes in avian communities along an elevational gradient in tropical Africa
D Hořák, M Ferenc, O Sedláček, FN Motombi, M Svoboda, J Altman, ...
Journal of Biogeography 46 (11), 2466-2478, 2019
Habitat preferences of birds in a montane forest mosaic in the Bamenda Highlands, Cameroon
J Reif, O Sedláček, D Hořák, J Riegert, M Pešata, Z Hrázský, S Janeček
Ostrich-Journal of African Ornithology 78 (1), 31-36, 2007
Food selection by avian floral visitors: an important aspect of plant–flower visitor interactions in West Africa
Š Janeček, J Riegert, O Sedláček, M Bartoš, D Hořák, J Reif, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 107 (2), 355-367, 2012
Does functional homogenization accompany taxonomic homogenization of British birds and how do biotic factors and climate affect these processes?
HJ White, WI Montgomery, L Storchová, D Hořák, JJ Lennon
Ecology and Evolution 8 (15), 7365-7377, 2018
Relationship between survival rate of avian artificial nests and forest vegetation structure along a tropical altitudinal gradient on Mount Cameroon
E Djomo Nana, O Sedláček, J Doležal, M Dančák, J Altman, M Svoboda, ...
Biotropica 47 (6), 758-764, 2015
Factors affecting sleep/vigilance behaviour in incubating mallards
V Javůrková, D Hořák, J Kreisinger, P Klvaňa, T Albrecht
Ethology 117 (4), 345-355, 2011
Relative food limitation drives geographical clutch size variation in South African passerines: a large‐scale test of Ashmole's seasonality hypothesis
D Hořák, A Tószögyová, D Storch
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24, 437-447, 2015
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