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Department of Plant Ecology Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences Jagiellonian University
keywords: environment, vegetation mapping, plant ecology, nature protection
offer number: 15
research topics:
  • plant population ecology and dynamics and soil banks;
  • description and classification of communities;
  • succession and dynamics of communities and changes resulting from human activities;
  • vegetation mapping;
  • active nature protection in nature reserves and national parks;
  • biodiversity.
comercial research:
  • developing maps of natural and potential vegetation;
  • inventories of flora and vegetation of protected, threatened and re-cultivated areas;
  • assessments of the change and succession rates of natural land communities;
  • monitoring of vegetation in protected areas;
  • evaluation of regeneration of sward, meadow and forest vegetation;
  • evaluation of the threat regarding local populations of protected and rare species.

Methods and research techniques:

  • inventories of flora and vegetation;
  • monitoring of vegetation;
  • developing maps of natural and potential vegetation
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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