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Brázdil R., Szabó P., Dobrovolný P., Řezníčková L., Kotyza O., Suchánková S. & Valášek H. 2017: Windstorm of the eighteenth century in the Czech Lands: course, extent, impacts. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 129, 623 - 632
Chelsey G. A., Shoemaker A. C., McKechnie I., Ekblom A., Szabó P., Lane P. J., McAlvay A. C., Boles O. J., Walshaw S., Petek N., Gibbons K. S., Morales E. Q., Anderson E. N., Ibragimow A., Podruczny G., Vamosi J. C., Marks-Block T., LeCompte J. K., Awasis 2017: Anthropological contributions to historical ecology: 50 questions, infinite prospects. PLOS ONE 12, 1 - 26
Saláta D. & Szabó P. 2017: Environmental history in Hungary, in Hungarian. Environment and History 23, 331 - 334
Szabó P., Gálová A., Jamrichová E., Šumberová K., Šipoš J. & Hédl R. 2017: Trends and events through seven centuries: the history of a wetland landscape in the Czech Republic. Regional Environmental Change 17, 501 - 514
Szabó P., Kuneš P., Svobodová-Svitavská H., Švarcová M., Křížová L., Suchánková S., Müllerová J. & Hédl R. 2017: Using historical ecology to reassess the conservation status of coniferous forests in Central Europe. Conservation Biology 31, 150 - 160
Szabó P., Šipoš J. & Müllerová J. 2017: Township boundaries and the colonization of the Moravian landscape. Journal of Historical Geography 57, 89 - 99
Kolář J., Macek M., Tkáč P. & Szabó P. 2016: Spatio-Temporal Modelling as a Way to Reconstruct Patterns of Past Human Activities. Archaeometry 58, 513 - 528
Kolář, J., Tkáč, P., Macek, M., Szabó, P. 2016: Archaeology and historical ecology: The archaeological database of the LONGWOOD ERC project. Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 46, 539 - 554
Szabó P. 2016: A Royal Forest in the Medium regni. In: Nagy B., Rady M., Szende K. & Vadas A. (eds.) Medieval Buda in Context. Brill, Leiden., 115 - 129
Kuneš P., Svobodová-Svitavská H., Kolář J., Hajnalová M., Abraham V., Macek M., Tkáč P. & Szabó P. 2015: The origin of grasslands in the temperate forest zone of east-central Europe: long-term legacy of climate and human impact. Quaternary Science Reviews 116, 15 - 27
Müllerová J., Hédl R. & Szabó P. 2015: Coppice abandonment and its implications for species diversity in forest vegetation. Forest Ecology and Management 2015, 88 - 100
Szabó P. 2015: Historical ecology: past, present and future. Biological Reviews 90, 997 - 1014
Szabó P., Müllerová J., Suchánková S. & Kotačka M. 2015: Intensive woodland management in the Middle Ages: spatial modelling based on archival data. Journal of Historical Geography 48, 1 - 10
Müllerová, J., Szabó, P., & Hédl, R. 2014: The rise and fall of traditional forest management in southern Moravia: A history of the past 700 years. Forest Ecology and Management 331, 104 - 115
Altman J., Hédl R., Szabó P., Mazůrek P., Riedl V., Müllerová J., Kopecký M. & Doležal J. 2013: Tree-Rings Mirror Management Legacy: Dramatic Response of Standard Oaks to Past Coppicing in Central Europe. Plos One 8, 1 - 11
Jamrichová E., Szabó P., Hédl R., Kuneš P., Bobek P. & Pelánková B. 2013: Continuity and change in the vegetation of a Central European oakwood. Holocene 23, 46 - 56
Kopecký M., Hédl R. & Szabó P. 2013: Non-random extinctions dominate plant community changes in abandoned coppices. Journal of Applied Ecology 50, 79 - 87
Müllerová J., Szabó P., Kopecký M. & Macek M. 2013: LONGWOOD: integrating woodland history and ecology in a geodatabase through an interdisciplinary approach. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 8795, 1 - 8
Szabó P. 2013: Rethinking pannage: Historical interactions between oak and swine. In: Rotherham Ian D. (ed.) Trees, Forested Landscapes and Grazing Animals: A European Perspective on Woodlands and Grazed Treescapes. Routledge, London & New York, 51 - 61
Szabó P. 2013: The end of common uses and traditional management in a Central European wood. In: Rotherham Ian D. (ed.) Cultural severance and the environment: The ending of traditional and customary practice on commons and landscapes managed in common. Springer, Dordrecht., 205 - 213