Ekologické a geografické vlastnosti a hlavné migračné cesty inváznych rastlín v pohraničnej oblasti Ukrajiny a Slovenska
Ecological and geographical peculiarities and main migration ways of invasive plant species in the border area of Ukraine and Slovakia
Program: Bilaterálne – iné
Zodpovedný riešiteľ: RNDr. Májeková Jana PhD.
Annotation: The project is intended to clarify the main factors playing the key role in modern dynamic trends of invasive species in the border area of Ukraine and Slovakia. These data will form the scientific foundations of monitoring of invasive species and control of their dispersal. As a result of the joint Ukrainian-Slovak project, ecological, coenological and geographical peculiarities of invasive species on the border area of Ukraine and Slovakia will be established, and for the first time the expansion trends and main migration routes of invasive species in the regions will be assessed.
Duration: 6.4.2017 – 31.12.2019


Dynamika antropicky ovplyvnených biotopov nelesnej vegetácie v procese ekologickej obnovy
Dynamics of human-altered non-forest habitats in the process of ecological restoration
Program: VEGA
Zodpovedný riešiteľ: Mgr. Škodová Iveta PhD.
Annotation: Many semi-natural grasslands in the whole Europe are in unfavourable conservation status due to succession changes induced by land abandonment. Project aims to test various management treatments in the ecological restoration of semi-dry, mesic and fen grasslands and to set the conditions for their application. It also tries to test new methods for the elimination of expansive grass species in various ecological conditions. It is also focused on the evaluation of changes after a large-scale restoration. Among the project goals there is also monitoring of temporal dynamics and vegetation changes in anthropogenic non-forest habitats to estimate future trends in grassland vegetation. Project is logically related to several past projects focused on grassland vegetation in Slovakia (SK0115, VEGA 0181/09, VEGA 0099/13), when the network of field experiments was established to study relation between management and species composition (vegetation diversity).
Duration: 1.1.2017 – 31.12.2020