Recent Publications

  • Andráško, I., Duží, B. & Martinát, S. (2024): A dam or a polder? Stakeholders’ dispute over the “right” flood-protection measure in the Czech Republic. Ambio, Doi: 10.1007/s13280-024-02022-7 (IF 2023 = 5.8; Q1 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Roštínský, P., Pospíšil, L., Švábenský, O., Melnyk, A., Nováková, E. (2024): Recent Reactivation of Variscan Tectonic Zones: A Case of Rodl‑Kaplice‑Blanice Fault System (Bohemian Massif, Austria/Czech Republic). Surveys in Geophysics, 45(3), 609-661. Doi: 10.1007/s10712-023-09811-x (IF 2023 = 4.9; Q1 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Holuša, J., Kuda, F., Kovář, P., Nývlt, D., Woronko, B. (2024): Internal structures of the Last Glacial Period multi-phase cold-climate aeolian dunes, Moravian Sahara, Czechia. Geomorphology, 452, 109117. Doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2024.109117 (IF 2023 = 3.1; Q2 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Smutná, Z., Vávra, J., Duží, B. (2024): An insight into market and non-market alternative food networks in Czechia during Covid-19 and beyond. Frontiers in Nutrition, 11, 1327308. Doi: 10.3389/fnut.2024.1327308 (IF 2023 = 4; Q2 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Gray, M., Fox, N., Gordon, J. E., Brilha, J., Charkraborty, A., Garcia, M. G., Hjort, J., Kubalíková, L., Seijmonsbergen, A. C., Urban, J. (2024): Boundary of ecosystem services: A response to Chen et al. (2023). Journal of Environmental Management, 351, 119666. Doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2023.119666 (IF 2023 = 8; Q1 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Andráško, I., Dolák Klemešová, K., Dvořák, P. (2024): Clarifying “flood experience”: A novel conceptual model demonstrates how a flood experience emerges and what determines its intensity and character. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 100, 104150. Doi: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2023.104150 (IF 2023 = 4.2; Q2 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Malý, J. , Alexandrescu, F., Osman, R., Klusáček, P. (2023): Rebuilding a community ‘centre’ under free-market pressure: the post-socialist experience with local brownfield management. Territory, Politics, Governance, 11(7), 1344-1364. Doi: 10.1080/21622671.2021.1916580 (IF 2023 = 1.9; Q1 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Lichter, M., Malý, J. (2023): Compact and polycentric urban forms as intertwined concepts: Learning from the impacts of Covid–19 retail restrictions on spatial (in)equalities in Brno (Czech Republic). Moravian Geographical Reports, 31(3): 129-140. Doi: 10.2478/mgr-2023-0012 (IF 2023 = 1.8; Q3 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Robison, R., Skjølsvold, T. M., Hargreaves, T., Renström, S., Wolsink, M., Judson, E., Pechancová, V., Demirbağ-Kaplan, M., March, H., Lehne, J., Foulds, C., Bharucha, Z., Bilous, L., Büscher, C., Carrus, G., Darby, S., Douzou, S., Drevenšek, M., Frantál, B., Guimarães Pereira, Â., Karvonen, A., Katzeff, C., Kola-Bezka, M., Laakso, S., Lettmayer, G., Parag, Y., Sáfián, F., Swora, M., Tjørring, L., van der Werff, E., van Vliet, B., Wallenborn, G. Wyckmans, A. (2023): Shifts in the smart research agenda? 100 priority questions to accelerate sustainable energy futures. Journal of Cleaner Production, 419, 137946. Doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2023.137946 (IF 2023 = 9.7; Q1 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Lenart, J., Kašing, M., Pánek, T., Braucher, R., Kuda, F. (2023): Rare, slow but impressive: > 43 ka of rockslide in river canyon incising crystalline rocks of the eastern Bohemian Massif. Landslides, 20(8): 1705-1718. Doi: 10.1007/s10346-023-02062-2 (IF 2023 = 5.8; Q1 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Navrátil, J., Martinát, S., Hewitt, R. J., Frazier, R. J., Klusáček, P., Škrabal, J., Krejčí, T., Osman, R., Pícha, K. (2023): Community Landscape Preferences for Reuse of Soviet-Era Post-Agricultural Brownfields—What's the Difference? Rural Sociology, 88(2): 362-391. Doi: 10.1111/ruso.12479 (IF 2023 = 2.3; Q2 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Perrone, M., Di Febbraro, M., Conti, L., Divíšek, J., Chytrý, M., Keil, P., Carranza, M.L., Rocchini, D., Torresani, M., Moudrý, V., Šímová, P., Prajzlerová, D., Müllerová, J., Wild, J., Malavasi, M. (2023): The relationship between spectral and plant diversity: Disentangling the influence of metrics and habitat types at the landscape scale. Remote Sensing of Environment, 293, 113591. Doi: 10.1016/j.rse.2023.113591 (IF 2023 = 11.1; Q1 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Osman, R., Klusáček, P., Malý, J., Alexandrescu, F. M. (2023): Rhythmanalysis and reproduction of space in a brownfield regeneration process: the case of Ústí nad Orlicí, Czech Republic. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 64(6): 705-731. Doi: 10.1080/15387216.2022.2057348 (IF 2023 = 1.7; Q1 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Duží, B., Fanfani, D., Martinát, S. (2023): Evolving local agrifood initiatives within a territorial agrifood system: the case of Prato Province, Italy. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 47:2, 239–272. Doi: 10.1080/21683565.2022.2138673 (IF 2023 = 2.4; Q2 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Navrátilová, J., Navrátil, J., Hájek, M. (2022): Medium-term changes of vegetation composition on fens of the rural landscape, tested using fixed permanent plots. Folia Geobotanica, 57, 151–166. Doi: 10.1007/s12224-022-09421-2 (IF 2022 = 1.2; Q3 in 2022 according QAIS)
  • Kubalíková, L., Balková, M. (2023): Two-level assessment of threats to geodiversity and geoheritage: A case study from Hády quarries (Brno, Czech Republic). Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 99, 107024. Doi: 10.1016/j.eiar.2022.107024 (IF 2023 = 9.8; Q2 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Frantál, B., Frolova, M., Liñán-Chacón, J. (2023): Conceptualizing the patterns of land use conflicts in wind energy development: Towards a typology and implications for practice. Energy Research & Social Science, 95, 102907. Doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2022.102907 (IF 2023 = 6.9; Q1 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Raška, P., Frantál, B., Martinát, S., Hruška, V. (2023): Exploring local land use conflicts through successive planning decisions: a dynamic approach and theory-driven typology of potentially conflicting planning decisions, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 66(10), 2051-2070. Doi: 10.1080/09640568.2022.2060806 (IF 2023 = 4.4; Q2 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Frantál, B., Dvořák, P. (2022): Reducing energy poverty in deprived regions or supporting new developments in metropolitan suburbs? Regional differences in the use of subsidies for home energy efficiency renovations. Energy Policy, 171, 113250. Doi: 10.1016/j.enpol.2022.113250 (IF 2022 = 9.0; Q1 in 2022 according QAIS)
  • Chytrý, K., Prokešová, H., Duchoň, M., Klinkovská, K., Novák, P., Chytrý, M., Divíšek, J. (2022): Ecotones in Central European forest–steppe: Edge effect occurs on hard rocks but not on loess. Journal of Vegetation Science, 33(5), e13149. Doi: 10.1111/jvs.13149 (IF 2022 = 2.8; Q1 in 2022 according QAIS)
  • Bradák, B., Kereszturi, Á., Steinmann, V., Gomez, C., Csonka,D., Hyodo, M., Szeberényi, J., Novothny, Á., Végh, T., Barta, G., Medveďová, A., Rostinsky, P., Mihály, E., Jó, V., Horváth, E. (2022): The magnetic susceptibility of Pleistocene paleosols as a martian paleoenvironment analog. Icarus, 387, 115210. Doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2022.115210 (IF 2022 = 3.2; Q2 in 2022 according QAIS)
  • Vaishar, A., Šťastná, M., Zapletalová, J. (2022) Small industrial towns in Moravia: a comparison of the production and post-productive eras, European Planning Studies, 31(8): 1776-1796. Doi: 10.1080/09654313.2022.2110377 (IF 2022 = 2.8; Q3 in 2022 according QAIS)
  • Malý, J., Krejčí, T. (2022): Polycentricity of daily urban systems: A misconceived concept and buzzword in ‘metropolitan’ planning practice. European Urban and Regional Studies, 29(4), 515–532. Doi: 10.1177/09697764221103022 (IF 2022 = 3.1; Q2 in 2022 according QAIS)
  • Hruška, J., Kuda, F., Holík, L., Vranová, V. (2023): Assessment of slope stability on logged forest-hill slopes using ground-penetrating radar and electrical resistivity tomography. Geological Journal, 58, 247-263. Doi: 10.1002/gj.4589 (IF 2023 = 1.4; Q3 in 2023 according QAIS)
  • Millard, J., Sturla, A., Smutná, Z., Duží, B., Janssen, M., Vávra, J. (2022): European Food Systems in a Regional Perspective: A Comparative Study of the Effect of COVID-19 on Households and City-Region Food Systems. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 6: 844170. Doi: 10.3389/fsufs.2022.844170 (IF 2022 = 4.7; Q1 in 2022 according QAIS)
  • Sychrová, M., Divíšek, J., Chytrý, M., Pyšek, P. (2022): Niche and geographical expansions of North American trees and tall shrubs in Europe. Journal of Biogeography, 49(6): 1151–1161. Doi: 10.1111/jbi.14377 (IF 2022 = 3.9; Q1 in 2022 according QAIS)
  • Fanfani, D., Duží, B., Mancino, M., Rovai M. (2022): Multiple evaluation of urban and peri-urban agriculture and its relation to spatial planning: The case of Prato territory (Italy) Sustainable Cities and Society, 79: 103636. Doi: 10.1016/j.scs.2021.103636 (IF 2022 = 11.7; Q1 in 2022 according QAIS)
  • Klusáček, P., Charvátová, K., Navrátil, J., Krejčí, T., Martinát, S. (2022): Regeneration of Post-Agricultural Brownfield for Social Care Needs in Rural Community: Is There Any Transferable Experience? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(1): 240. Doi: 10.3390/ijerph19010240 (IF 2021 = 4.614; Q2 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Navrátil, J., Martinát, S., Krejčí, T., Klusáček, P., Hewitt, R.J. (2021): Conversion of Post-Socialist Agricultural Premises as a Chance for Renewable Energy Production. Photovoltaics or Biogas Plants? Energies, 14: 7164. Doi: 10.3390/en14217164 (IF 2021 3.252, Q3 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Bradák, B., Csonka, D., Novothny, A., Szeberényi, J., Medveďová, A., Roštínský, P., Fehér, K., Barta, G., Végh, T., Kiss, K., Megyeri, M. (2021): Late Pleistocene paleosol formation in a dynamic aggradational microenvironment - A case study from the Malá nad Hronom loess succession (Slovakia). Catena, 199: 105087. Doi: 10.1016/j.catena.2020.105087 (IF 2021 = 6.367; Q1 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Adam, M., Tomášek, .P, Lehejček, J., Trojan, J., Jůnek, T. (2021): The Role of Citizen Science and Deep Learning in Camera Trapping. Sustainability, 13(18): 10287. Doi: 10.3390/su131810287 (IF 2021 = 3.889; Q4 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Rapant, P., Kolejka, J. (2021): Dynamic Pluvial Flash Flooding Hazard Forecast Using Weather Radar Data. Remote Sensing, 13(15): 2943. Doi: 10.3390/rs13152943 (IF 2021 = 5.349; Q2 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Navrátil, J., Krejčí, T., Martinát, S., Frazier, R.J., Klusáček, P., Pícha, K., Škrabal, J., Osman, R. (2021): Variation in brownfield reuse of derelict agricultural premises in diverse rural spaces. Journal of Rural Studies, 87: 124-136. Doi: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2021.09.004 (IF 2021 = 5.157; Q2 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Sumanapala, D., Kubalíková, L., Wolf, I.D. (2021): Assessing Geosites for Geotourism Development: Case Studies from the Southern Part of Sri Lanka. Geoheritage, 13, 85. Doi: 10.1007/s12371-021-00608-1 (IF 2021 = 2.786; Q4 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Kubalíková, L., Zapletalová, D. (2021): Geo-Cultural Aspects of Building Stone Extracted Within Brno City (Czech Republic): a Bridge Between Natural and Cultural Heritage. Geoheritage, 13, 78. Doi: 10.1007/s12371-021-00585-5 (IF 2021 = 2.786; Q4 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Kubalíková, L., Drápela, E., Kirchner, K., Bajer A., Balková, M., Kuda, F. (2021): Urban geotourism development and geoconservation: Is it possible to find a balance? Environmental Science & Policy, 121: 1-10. Doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2021.03.016 (IF 2021 = 6.424; Q1 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Kubalíková, L., Kirchner, K., Bajer, A. (2021): Geomorphological Resources for Geoeducation and Geotourism. In: Singh, R.B., Wei, D., Subhash, A. (eds.) Global Geographical Heritage, Geoparks and Geotourism, Springer, pp 343-358. Doi: 10.1007/978-981-15-4956-4; springerprofessional.de
  • Andráško, I. (2021): Why People (Do Not) Adopt the Private Precautionary and Mitigation Measures: A Review of the Issue from the Perspective of Recent Flood Risk Research. Water, 13, 140. Doi: 10.3390/w13020140 (IF 2021 = 3.530; Q3 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Klusáček, P., Navrátil, J., Martinát, S., Krejčí, T., Golubchikov, O., Pícha, K., Škrabal, J., Osman, R. (2021): Planning for the future of derelict farm premises: From abandonment to regeneration?, Land Use Policy, 102: 105248. Doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2021.105248 (IF 2021 = 6.189; Q2 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Stober, D., Suškevičs, M., Eiter, S., Müller, S., Martinát, S., Buchecker, M. (2021): What is the quality of participatory renewable energy planning in Europe? A comparative analysis of innovative practices in 25 projects. Energy Research & Social Science, 71, 101804. Doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2020.101804 (IF 2021 = 8.514; Q1 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Doležalová, H., Kajzar, V. (2021): Analysis of surface changes from undermining and building site categorization: The case study in mining location Louky near Karviná. Acta Geodynamica et Geomaterialia, 18(2): 121–135. Doi: 10.13168/AGG.2021.0009 (IF 2021 = 1.000; Q3 in 2021 according QAIS)
  • Vaishar, A., Šťastná, M., Zapletalová, J., Nováková, E. (2020): Is the European countryside depopulating? Case study Moravia. Journal of Rural Studies, 80: 567-577. Doi: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2020.10.044 (IF 2020 = 4.849; Q2 in 2020 according QAIS)
  • Kolejka, J., Krejčí, T., Nováková, E. (2020): The Pre-industrial landscape in Moravia. The case study of inventory and analysis of the ancient land use structures in the Czech Republic). Land Use Policy, 97: 104712. Doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.104712 (IF 2020 = 5.398; Q2 in 2020 according QAIS)
  • Alexandrescu, F., Osman, R., Klusáček, P., Malý, J. (2020): Taming the genius loci? Contesting post-socialist creative industries in the case of Brno's former prison. Cities, 98, 102578. Doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2019.102578 (IF 2020 = 5.835; Q2 in 2020 according QAIS)
  • Osman, R., Šerý, O., Alexandrescu, F., Malý, J., Mulíček, O. (2020): The establishment of inter-municipal cooperation: the case of a polycentric post-socialist region. Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography, 120(1), 2-18. Doi: 10.1080/00167223.2019.1693903 (IF 2020 = 1.963; Q4 in 2020 according QAIS)
  • Frantál, B., Kunc, J., Jaňurová, M., Krejčí, T. (2020). Problems of transforming military training areas in a post-communist space: Local community perceptions and policy implications. Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences, 59 E: 40-58. doi: 10.24193/tras.59E.3. (IF 2020 = 0.742; Q4 in 2020 according QAIS)
  • Kubalíková, L., Kirchner, K., Kuda, F., Bajer A. (2020): Assessment of Urban Geotourist resources: An Example of Two Geocultural Sites in Brno (Czech Republic). Geoheritage 12: 7. 10.1007/s12371-020-00434-x (IF 2020 = 2.680; Q4 in 2020 according QAIS)
  • Roštínský, P., Pospíšil, L., Švábenský, O., Kašing, M., Nováková, E. (2020): Risk faults in stable crust of the eastern Bohemian Massif identified by integrating GNSS, levelling, geological, geomorphological and geophysical data. Tectonophysics, Volume 785, 20 June 2020. Doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2020.228427 (IF 2020 = 3.933; Q2 in 2020 according QAIS)
  • Rypl, J., Kirchner, K., Kubalíková, L., Divíšek, J. (2020): Geological and Geomorphological Conditions Supporting the Diversity of Rock Landforms in the Pohořská Mountains (South Bohemia, Czech Republic), Geoheritage 12: 2. 10.1007/s12371-020-00430-1 (IF 2020 = 2.680; Q4 in 2020 according QAIS)
  • Szeberényi, J., Kovács, J., Bradák, B., Barta, G., Csonka, D., Medveďová, A., Roštínský, P., Kiss, K., Varga, G. (2020): Experiencing new perspectives in the application of reflectance spectroscopy in loess research, Quaternary International (IF 2020 = 2.130; Q4 in 2020 according QAIS)
  • Navrátil, J., Martinát, S., Krejčí, T., Pícha, K., Klusáček, P., Škrabal, J., Osman, R. (2019): The fate of socialist agricultural premises: To agricultural ‘brownfields’ and back again? Moravian Geographical Reports, 27(4): 207–216. Doi: 10.2478/mgr-2019-0016. (IF 2018 = 1.870; Q3 in 2019 according QAIS)
  • Duží, B., Osman, R., Lehejček, J., Nováková, E., Taraba, P., Trojan, J. (2019): Exploring citizen science in post-socialist space: Uncovering its hidden character in the Czech Republic. Moravian Geographical Reports, 27(4): 241–253. Doi: 10.2478/mgr-2019-0019. (IF 2018 = 1.870; Q3 in 2019 according QAIS)
  • Trojan, J., Schade, S., Lemmens, R., Frantál, B. (2019): Citizen science as a new approach in Geography and beyond: Review and reflections. Moravian Geographical Reports, 27(4): 254–264. Doi: 10.2478/mgr-2019-0020. (IF 2018 = 1.870; Q3 in 2019 according QAIS)
  • Pícha, K., Navrátil, J. (2019): The factors of Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability influencing pro-environmental buying behaviour, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 234, Pages 233-241, ISSN 0959-6526, (IF 2018 = 6.395; Q1 in 2019 according QAIS)
  • Frantál, B., Nováková, E. (2019). On the spatial differentiation of energy transitions: Exploring determinants of uneven wind energy developments in the Czech Republic. Moravian Geographical Reports, 27(2): 79-91. (IF 2018 = 1.870; Q3 in 2019 according QAIS)
  • Craig, K., Evensen, D., Van Der Horts, D. (2019). How distance influences dislike: Responses to proposed fracking in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. Moravian Geographical Reports, 27(2): 92-107 (IF 2018 = 1.870; Q3 in 2019 according QAIS)
  • Blaheta, R., Greer-Wootten, B., Frantál, B. (2019): Prestigious honour for the discipline of Geography: The Karel Engliš Honorary Medal presentation to Professor Bryn Greer-Wootten. Moravian Geographical Reports, 27(1): 54–60. (IF 2018 = 1.870; Q3 in 2019 according QAIS)
  • Chodkowska-Miszczuk, J., Martinát, S., Cowell, R. (2019): Community tensions, participation, and local development: Factors affecting the spatial embeddedness of anaerobic digestion in Poland and the Czech Republic, Energy Research & Social Science, Volume 55, Pages 134-145, ISSN 2214-6296 (IF 2018 = 5.525; Q1 in Environmental Studies in 2018)
  • Navratil, J., Picha, K., Buchecker, M., Martinát, S., Svec, R., Brezinova, M., & Knotek, J. (2019): Visitors’ preferences of renewable energy options in “green” hotels. Renewable Energy. 138, 1065-1077 (IF 2018 = 5.439; Q1 in Green & Suistanable science & Technology; Q1 in Energy & Fuels in 2018)
  • Klusáček, P., Martinát, S., Krejčí, T., Bartke, S. (2019): Re-development of a former military training area - The case of Brdy told from a local actors´ perspective, Land Use Policy, 82, 147-157. (IF 2018 = 3.573, Q1 in Environmental Studies in 2018)
  • Suškevičs, M., Eiter, S., Martinát, S., Stober, D., Vollmer, E, de Boerg, C.L.., Buchecker, M. (2019): Regional variation in public acceptance of wind energy development in Europe: What are the roles of planning procedures and participation? Land Use Policy, 81, 311-323. (IF 2018 = 3.573, Q1 in Environmental Studies in 2018)
  • Mulíček, O., Malý, J. (2019): Moving towards more cohesive and polycentric spatial patterns? Evidence from the Czech Republic, Papers in Regional Science, Volume 98, Ussue2, pages 1177-1194, (IF 2018 = 2.02; Q2 in Geography in 2018)
  • Kubalikova, L.; Kirchner, K.; Kuda, F.; Machar, I. (2019): The Role of Anthropogenic Landforms in Sustainable Landscape Management. Sustainability 11(16), 4331. (IF 2018 = 2.592; Q2 in Environmental Sciences and Q2 in Environmental Studies),
  • Rypl, J., Kirchner, K. & Ryplová, R. (2019): Contribution to the Assessment of Geomorphosites in the Czech Republic (a Case Study of the North-eastern Part of the Novohradské Mountains), Geoheritage, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp 427-439 (IF 2018 = 2.597; Q2 in Geosciences, Multidisciplinary in 2018)