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Dr. Pavel Pipek


email: pipek@natur.cuni.cz, https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Pavel_Pipek




  • Pernat N., Canavan S., Golivets M., Hillaert J., Itescu Y., Jarić I., Mann H. M. R., Pipek P., Preda C., Richardson D. M., Teixeira H., Vaz A. S., & Groom Q. (2024). Overcoming biodiversity blindness: Secondary data in primary citizen science observations. Ecological Solutions and Evidence 5: e12295. https://doi.org/10.1002/2688-8319.12295

  • Diblíková L., Pipek P., Vosolsobě S., Petrusek A., Petrusková T. (2023) Reevaluation of dialect boundaries in the Yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella) based on citizen science data: Should we split or lump? Avian Research 14: 100115, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.avrs.2023.100115

  • Novoa A., Canavan S., Jarić I., Pipek P & Pyšek P. (2022) Musk’s Twitter takeover jeopardizes culturomics. Nature 612: 211, https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-022-04361-5

  • Brlík V., Pipek P., Brandis K.J., Chernetsov N., Costa F., Gerardo Herrera L. M., Kiat Y., Lanctot R.B., Marra P., Norris R., Nwaogu C., Quillfeldt P., Saalfeld S.T., Stricker C.A., Thomson R.L., Zhao T., Procházka P. (2022) The reuse of avian samples: opportunities, pitfalls, and a solution. Ibis 164: 343-349, https://doi.org/10.1111/ibi.12997

  • Pipek P. (2021) Comment on: Assessment of the dunnocks’ introduction to New Zealand using innate immune-gene diversity, by Lara et al . Evolutionary ecology 35: 655–656, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10682-021-10122-z

    Pipek P., Blackburn T.M., Delean S., Cassey P., Sekercioglu C.H., Pyšek P. (2020) Lasting the distance: The survival of alien birds shipped to New Zealand in the 19th century. Ecology and Evolution 10: 3944-3953, https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.6143

  • Pergl J., Pyšek P., Essl F., Jeschke J. M., Courchamp F., Geist J., Hejda M., Kowarik I., Mill A., Musseau C., Pipek P.,  Saul W.-Ch., von Schmalensee M. & Strayer D. (2019) Need for routine tracking of biological invasions. Conservation Biology (early online), https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13445

  • Pipek P., Blackburn T., Pyšek P. (2019): The ins and outs of acclimatisation: imports versus translocations of skylarks and starlings in 19th century New Zealand. Biological Invasions , https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-018-1905-y

  • Diblíková, L., Pipek, P., Petrusek, A., Svoboda, J., Bílková, J., Vermouzek, Z., Procházka, P. & Petrusková, T. (2018): Detailed large‐scale mapping of geographical variation of Yellowhammer Emberiza citrinella song dialects in a citizen science project. Ibis (online early), https://doi.org/10.1111/ibi.12621

  • Pipek, P., Petrusková, T., Petrusek, A., Diblíková, L., Eaton, M.A. & Pyšek, P. (2018): Dialects of an invasive songbird are preserved in its invaded but not native source range. Ecography 41: 245–254, https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.02779

  • Frigerio, D., Pipek, P., Kimmig, S., Winter, S., Melzheimer, J., Diblíková, L., Wachter, B. & Richter, A. (2018): Citizen science and wildlife biology: synergies and challenges. Ethology 124: 365–377, https://doi.org/10.1111/eth.12746

  • Petrusková, T., Diblíková, L., Pipek, P., Frauendorf, E., Procházka, P. & Petrusek, A. 2015. A review of the distribution of Yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella) dialects in Europe reveals the lack of a clear macrogeographic pattern. Journal of Ornithology 156: 263–273, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10336-014-1102-4

  • Pipek P., Pyšek P., Blackburn T. M. (2015): A clarification of the origins of birds released by the Otago Acclimatisation Society from 1876 to 1882. Notornis 62:105-112, 

  • Pipek P., Pyšek P., Blackburn T. M. (2015): How the Yellowhammer became a Kiwi: the history of an alien bird invasion revealed. NeoBiota 24: 1-31. https://doi.org/10.3897/neobiota.24.8611

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