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Individual Member Profile
Dr. Anna Gazda Associate Professor
Department of Forest Biodiversity
University of Agriculture in Krakow
Poland
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Position in the INVASIVESNET Associate Member
Associate Editor of Management of Biological Invasions
Expertise I am a botanist. My work primarily concerns the study of forest plants. I am currently involved in researches focused on: (i) Non-native tree species dynamics and their impact on biodiversity in temperate forests; (ii) The biodiversity-productivity relationship in temperate forests; (iii) Natural tree regeneration in temperate forests.
Expertise Keywords
biodiversity, population biology and ecology, population ecology of rare and protected plant species, ecology and biology of the invasive plants, invasion process in forests, canopy dynamics in the natural forests, the ecology of clonal plants, plant architecture, applications of fractal geometry in ecology
Europe
Vascular plants
Woody species
Projects The spontaneous spread of alien tree species in forests of southern Poland. http://www.cyfronet.krakow.pl/~rlgazda/GrantNCN.html
Online databases
Editorial assignments
Reviewing experience Acta Botanica Silesiaca, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Dendrobiology, Ecological Engineering, Episteme, Folia Forestalia Polonica, Forest Ecology and Management, Forest Research Papers, Forestry Letters, International Journal of Remote Sensing, Journal of Forestry Research, Parki Narodowe i Rezerwaty, Polish Journal of Ecology, Plant Biosytems.
Professional societies
Expert networks and working groups Department of Forest Biodiversity,
Professional social networks
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