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Ondřej Mudrák
Ondřej Mudrák
scientist, Institute for Environmental Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czechia
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Understory vegetation in reclaimed and unreclaimed post-mining forest stands
O Mudrák, J Frouz, V Velichová
Ecological Engineering 36 (6), 783-790, 2010
1672010
Vegetation succession in restoration of disturbed sites in Central Europe: the direction of succession and species richness across 19 seres
K Prach, K Řehounková, K Lencová, A Jírová, P Konvalinková, O Mudrák, ...
Applied Vegetation Science 17 (2), 193-200, 2014
1462014
Vegetation dynamics at the upper elevational limit of vascular plants in Himalaya
J Dolezal, M Dvorsky, M Kopecky, P Liancourt, I Hiiesalu, M Macek, ...
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 24881, 2016
1302016
Spontaneous vegetation succession at different central European mining sites: a comparison across seres
K Prach, K Lencová, K Řehounková, H Dvořáková, A Jírová, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20, 7680-7685, 2013
1102013
Development of microbial community during primary succession in areas degraded by mining activities
L Harantová, O Mudrák, P Kohout, D Elhottová, J Frouz, P Baldrian
Land Degradation & Development 28 (8), 2574-2584, 2017
802017
Applying the dark diversity concept to nature conservation
RJ Lewis, F de Bello, JA Bennett, P Fibich, GE Finerty, L Götzenberger, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (1), 40-47, 2017
782017
Effects of soil substrate quality, microbial diversity and community composition on the plant community during primary succession
J Frouz, A Toyota, O Mudrák, V Jílková, A Filipová, T Cajthaml
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 99, 75-84, 2016
672016
Interactions of the Hemiparasitic Species Rhinanthus minor with its Host Plant Community at Two Nutrient Levels
O Mudrák, J Lepš
Folia Geobotanica 45, 407-424, 2010
672010
Effects of pasture management and fertilizer regimes on botanical changes in species‐rich mountain calcareous grassland in Central Europe
V Lanta, J Doležal, P Lantová, J Kelíšek, O Mudrák
Grass and Forage Science 64 (4), 443-453, 2009
542009
Seasonality promotes grassland diversity: Interactions with mowing, fertilization and removal of dominant species
J Doležal, V Lanta, O Mudrák, J Lepš
Journal of Ecology 107 (1), 203-215, 2019
532019
Grassland restoration on ex-arable land by transfer of brush-harvested propagules and green hay
ÁJ Albert, O Mudrák, I Jongepierová, K Fajmon, I Frei, M Ševčíková, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 272, 74-82, 2019
502019
Initial species composition predicts the progress in the spontaneous succession on post-mining sites
O Mudrák, J Doležal, J Frouz
Ecological Engineering 95, 665-670, 2016
502016
Earthworms drive succession of both plant and Collembola communities in post-mining sites
O Mudrák, K Uteseny, J Frouz
Applied soil ecology 62, 170-177, 2012
502012
The effect of lignin photodegradation on decomposability of Calamagrostis epigeios grass litter
J Frouz, T Cajthaml, O Mudrák
Biodegradation 22, 1247-1254, 2011
502011
Effects of land‐use changes on plant functional and taxonomic diversity along a productivity gradient in wet meadows
Š Janeček, F De Bello, J Horník, M Bartoš, T Černý, J Doležal, M Dvorský, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 24 (5), 898-909, 2013
492013
Effects of changes in management on resistance and resilience in three grassland communities
L Klimeš, M Hájek, O Mudrák, M Dančák, Z Preislerová, P Hájková, ...
Applied Vegetation Science 16 (4), 640-649, 2013
472013
Rough wave-like heaped overburden promotes establishment of woody vegetation while leveling promotes grasses during unassisted post mining site development
J Frouz, O Mudrák, E Reitschmiedová, A Walmsley, P Vachová, ...
Journal of environmental management 205, 50-58, 2018
442018
Effect of earthworm on growth of late succession plant species in postmining sites under laboratory and field conditions
A Roubíčková, O Mudrák, J Frouz
Biology and fertility of soils 45, 769-774, 2009
442009
Fine‐scale coexistence patterns along a productivity gradient in wet meadows: shifts from trait convergence to divergence
O Mudrák, Š Janeček, L Götzenberger, NWH Mason, J Horník, I de Castro, ...
Ecography 39 (3), 338-348, 2016
382016
Can laboratory toxicity tests explain the pattern of field communities of algae, plants, and invertebrates along a toxicity gradient of post-mining sites?
J Frouz, K Hrčková, J Lána, V Krištůfek, O Mudrák, A Lukešová, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 51, 114-121, 2011
372011
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