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Global Change Research Institute, CAS
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RNDr. Iva Traxmandlová, Ph.D.

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Position: junior researcher

Branch: Department of Biodiversity Research

Workplace: ÚVGZ AV ČR, v.v.i.Prokišova 356/7České Budějovice370 01

Email: traxmandlova.i@czechglobe.cz

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Research Focus

  • Population and metapopulation dynamics, landscape connectivity
  • Model group: orchids

Education

  • Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of South Bohemia, České
    Budějovice, Biology and Environmental Management, B.Sc., 1999 – 2002
  • Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of South Bohemia, České
    Budějovice, Ecology, M.Sc., 2002 – 2004
  • Pedagogical Faculty, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, M.Sc., 2004
  • Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of South Bohemia, České
    Budějovice, Ecology, RNDr., 2009
  • Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of South Bohemia, České
    Budějovice, Biology of Ecosystems, PhD., 2004 – 2009

Appointments

2005 – 2007: Faculty of Biol. Sci., Univ. South Bohemia, Č. Budějovice, researcher

2007 – present: Global Change Research Institute AS CR, Č. Budějovice, researcher (mother´s leave 2010 – present)

Important research visits and fellowships

  • Utrecht University, The Netherlands, 2001, 4 months
  • Royal Botanical Garden Kew, London, UK, 2004, 10 days
  • Botanical Garden in Munich, Germany, 2005, 10 days
  • University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, USA, 2006, 6 weeks

Membership

  • Eur. J. Environ. Sci. (Managing Editor) – IF under consideration (new journal), 2011 – present

Brief scientometrics

Traxmandlová I., Ackerman J.D., Tremblay R.L., Roberts D.L., Štípková Z. and Kindlmann P. (2017) Determinants of orchid species diversity in world islands. New Phytol. doi:10.1111/nph.14862

Traxmandlová I., Štípková Z., Kindlmann P. (2015) Chapter 16: Effect of global change on orchid diversity: a metaanalysis study, IN: Global change & Ecosystems, Volume 1: Predictions on Terrestrial Ecosystems (eds: Urban O., Klem K.).

Jersáková J., Traxmandlová I., Ipse, Z., Kropf M., Pelegrino G., Schatz B., Djordjevič V., Kindlmann P., Renner S.S. (2015) Biological flora of Central Europe: Dactylorhiza sambucina (L.) Soó.  Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 17: 318–329.

Ryba S., Titera D., Schödelbauerová – Traxmandlová I. and Kindlmann P. (2012) Prevalence of honeybee viruses in the Czech Republic and coinfections with other honeybee disease. Biologia DOI: 10.2478/s11756-012-0038-5

Traxmandlová I., Bhattarai B. and Kindlmann P. (2011) Orchid diversity in the Chitwan district. In: Kindlmann, P. (ed.). Himalayan Biodiversity in the Changing World. Springer Science+Business Media B.V. DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-1802-9_3

Jersáková J., Castro S., Sonk N., Milchreit K., Schödelbauerová I., Tolasch T. and Dotterl S. (2010) Absence of pollinator-mediated premating barriers in mixed-ploidy populations of Gymnadenia conopsea s.l. (Orchidaceae). Evolutionary Ecology 24: 1199-1218.

Schödelbauerová I., Tremblay R. and Kindlmann P. (2010) Prediction vs. reality: Can a PVA model predict population persistence 13 years later? Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 637-650.

Schödelbauerová I., Roberts D. and Kindlmann P. (2009) Size of protected areas is the main determinant of species diversity in orchids. Biological Conservation 142: 2329-2334.

Schödelbauerová I., Roberts D. and Kindlmann P. (2007) Determinants of species diversity in orchids, Tverskoj Gosudarstvennyj Universitet 8: 122-129.

Schödelbauerová I., Roberts D. and Kindlmann P. (2007) Species-area-energy relationship in orchids, Lankesteriana 7: 209-214.

Janečková P., Wotavová K., Schödelbauerová I., Jersáková J. and Kindlmann P. (2006) Relative effects of management and environmental conditions on performance and survival of populations of a terrestrial orchid, Dactylorhiza majalis. Biological Conservation 129: 40-49.

Kindlmann P., Schödelbauerová I. and Dixon A.F.G. (2006) Inverse latitudinal gradients in species diversity. In: Storch D. and Marquet P.A. (eds.). Scaling Biodiversity. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2007, pp. 246-257.