Author: invazadm

In journal Frontiers in Plant Science we published an article assessing the role of right timing of the data acquisition for detection of invasive species (giant hogweed and knotweeds). Müllerová, J., Brůna, J., Bartaloš, T., Dvořák, P., Vítková, M., & Pyšek, P. (2017). Timing is important: unmanned aircraft versus satellite imagery in plant invasion monitoring. Frontiers […]

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Presentation at the conference Small UAS for Environmental Research in Worcester 2016 was published as an article focused on detection of black locust using unmanned aircraft – Müllerová, J., Bartaloš, T., Brůna, J., Dvořák, P., & Vítková, M. (2017). Unmanned aircraft in nature conservation – an example from plant invasions. International Journal of Remote Sensing 38 (8-10): 2177-2198.

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An article describing black locust invasion in Central Europe and its economical and ecological consequences was published – Vítková M., Müllerová J., Sádlo J., Pergl J., Pyšek P. (2017). Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) beloved and despised: A story of an invasive tree in Central Europe. Forest Ecology and Management 384: 287-302.

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At the conference Introduced tree species to European forests: challenges and opportunities (2nd – 5th November 2016, Monte Verità, Switzerland) Michaela Vítková presented a talk Vítková M., Sádlo J., Pergl J., Pyšek P.: Black locust in the Czech Republic: from global ecology to local management. It was published in a book Krumm F. and Vítková L. (2016): Introduced […]

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At NEOBIOTA 2016 conference (14-16 September 2016, 9th International Conference on Biological Invasions Biological Invasions: Interactions with Environmental Change) in Vianden, Luxembourg, we presented a poster Success of black locust Robinia pseudoacacia in Europe – the true story.

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Josef Brůna attended and interesting conference GEOBIA (GEOgraphic-Object-Based Image Analysis) 14-16 September 2016 in Enschede, Netherlands, and presented a poster Monitoring of Invasive Knotweeds (Fallopia sp.) Using UAV and Satellite Imagery

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During the ISPRS congress (12-19 July 2016 in Prague) Jana Müllerová presented a talk „Does the data resolution/origin matter? Satellite, airborne and UAV imagery to tackle plant invasions“, published as an article in ISPRS journal The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.

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