Conferences

Note: Name (underlined author's name) indicates the presenting author (in the case that it was not me)

2024

  • Zelený D. & Sekerková H. (2024): Exploring mechanisms behind species-area relationship on data from habitat patches of acidophilous grasslands: a case study from the Czech Republic (International Biogeography Society, 11th Biennial Conference, Prague, January 7-11, 2023, oral presentation)

2023

  • Zelený D. (2023): Cloud forest vegetation along fog frequency gradient in Taiwan: diversity and environment (International Association for Vegetation Science, 65th Annual Symposium, Coffs Harbour, Australia, September 3-8, 2023, oral presentation)
  • Viana J.L., Huang C.-L. & Zelený D. (2023): Factors shaping functional and evolutionary patterns of fern communities in Taiwanese cloud forest (International Association for Vegetation Science, 65th Annual Symposium, Coffs Harbour, Australia, September 3-8, 2023, oral presentation)
  • Lin S.-I. & Zelený D. (2023): Patterns of intra/interspecific trait variation of trees along fog gradient in Taiwan Factors shaping functional and evolutionary patterns of fern communities in Taiwanese cloud forest (International Association for Vegetation Science, 65th Annual Symposium, Coffs Harbour, Australia, September 3-8, 2023, poster presentation with lightning talk)
  • Zelený D. (2023): How to study the effect of fog frequency on vegetation: a case study from Taiwan's cloud forest (Plant Ecology Workshop, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, August 19-20, 2023, oral presentation)
  • Zelený D. & Sekerková H. (2023): Extinction of rare species on smaller islands is the key mechanism behind the species-area relationship on acidophilous habitat patches: an empirical study from the Czech Republic (Society for Island Biology, 4th Island Biology Conference, Lipari, Italy, July 3-7, 2023, oral presentation)

2022

  • Zelený D., Lee Y.-N. & Wei S. (2022): “Sun leaves” not always so sunny: light as confounding factor in intra-specific trait studies focused on woody species (International Association for Vegetation Science, 64th Annual Symposium, Madrid, Spain, June 27-July 1, 2022, oral presentation) (pdf) (video)
  • Wei S. & Zelený D. (2022): The influence of environmental factors and biotic interactions on the early-stage establishment of Chamaecyparis obtusa var. formosana seedlings in Taiwan. (International Association for Vegetation Science, 64th Annual Symposium, Madrid, Spain, June 27-July 1, 2022, oral presentation, virtually)
  • Zelený D., Lin P.-Y., Huang C.-L., Li C.-F. & Hsieh C.-F. (2022): A consistent hump-shaped pattern of diversity-elevation relationship observed at different grain scales: a case study using woody species in Taiwan. (International Biogeography Society, 10th Biennial Conference, hybrid meeting on June 2-6 in Vancouver, Canada; oral presentation provided on demand virtually)
  • Tseng Y.-P. & Zelený D. (2022): Do subtropical montane cloud forests in Taiwan act as insular systems for woody species? (International Biogeography Society, 10th Biennial Conference, hybrid meeting on June 2-6 in Vancouver, Canada; oral presentation provided virtually, live)
  • Lin P.-Y., Li C.-F. & Zelený D. (2022): Possible mechanisms explaining hump-shaped richness-elevation pattern of woody species in Taiwan. (International Biogeography Society, 10th Biennial Conference, hybrid meeting on June 2-6 in Vancouver, Canada; oral presentation provided on demand virtually)
  • Huang C.-L. & Zelený D. (2022): How well do available methods quantify the importance of assembly processes in ecological community data: a simulation approach (International Biogeography Society, 10th Biennial Conference, hybrid meeting on June 2-6 in Vancouver, Canada; oral presentation provided on demand virtually)

2021

  • Zelený D., Helsen K. & Lee Y.-N. (2021): Extending the community-weighted mean approach to intraspecific trait variation: how to deal with overly optimistic standard parametric tests? (International Association for Vegetation Science, 63rd Annual Symposium, hosted virtually, September 20-23, 2021, oral presentation)
  • Lee Y.-N. & Zelený D. (2021): Effect of wind and soil conditions on inter- and intraspecific leaf trait variation of broadleaf trees in the cloud forest: a case study from Taiwan (International Association for Vegetation Science, 63rd Annual Symposium, hosted virtually, September 20-23, 2021, poster with lightning talk)
  • Lin P.-Y., Zelený D. & Li C.-F. (2021): Woody species richness along elevation in Taiwan: patterns and mechanisms (International Association for Vegetation Science, 63rd Annual Symposium, hosted virtually, September 20-23, 2021, oral presentation)
  • Tseng Y.-P. & Zelený D. (2021): Do subtropical montane cloud forests in Taiwan act as insular systems for woody species? (International Association for Vegetation Science, 63rd Annual Symposium, hosted virtually, September 20-23, 2021, poster with lightning talk)
  • Chen C.-F. & Zelený D. (2021): Changes in species composition and plant functional traits during the landslide succession in high-mountain coniferous forest in central Taiwan (International Association for Vegetation Science, 63rd Annual Symposium, hosted virtually, September 20-23, 2021, oral presentation)

2019

  • Zelený D., Shen Y.-C. & Li C.-F. (2019): Effect of cloud frequency on the forest vegetation in Taiwan: what can we learn from the trait-based approach using evergreen broadleaf species? (International Association for Vegetation Science, 62th Annual Symposium, Bremen, Germany, July 14-19, 2019, oral presentation) pdf
  • Lin P.-Y., Li C.-F. & Zelený D. (2019): Diversity pattern of woody species along elevation in Taiwan: does the sample standardisation matter? (International Association for Vegetation Science, 62th Annual Symposium, Bremen, Germany, July 14-19, 2019, poster presentation, presented by Po-Yu Lin) pdf
  • Lin T.-Y. & Zelený D. (2019): Changes of community-level leaf traits of terrestrial and epiphytic ferns along an elevation gradient in Northeastern Taiwan. (International Association for Vegetation Science, 62th Annual Symposium, Bremen, Germany, July 14-19, 2019, poster presentation, presented by Tsung-Yi Lin) pdf
  • Chen C.-F., Li C.-F. & Zelený D. (2019): Spontaneous regeneration of vegetation on landslides in low-elevation region in Central Taiwan. Environmental drivers and recommendations for restoration strategy. (International Association for Vegetation Science, 62th Annual Symposium, Bremen, Germany, July 14-19, 2019, poster presentation, presented by Chien-Fan Chen)

2018

  • Zelený D. & Lin T.-Y. (2018): Changes in leaf traits along the elevation gradient in Taiwan: using ferns as a model plant group. Asian Symposium of Ferns & Lycophytes, Taipei, Taiwan, 16-18 October 2018, oral presentation) pdf www
  • Zelený D. (2018): To test or not to test, that is the question: relating mean Ellenberg indicator values to ordination axes is an example of spurious correlation (International Association for Vegetation Science, 61th Annual Symposium, Bozeman, Montana, USA, July 22-27, 2018, oral presentation) pdf
  • Zelený D. (2018): Importance of environment evaluated by constrained ordination depends on the completeness of sampling (Ecological Society of Japan, 65th Annual Meeting, Sapporo, March 15-18 2018, oral presentation) www

2017

  • Zelený D. (2017): Community assembly along stress gradients: effect of cloud frequency and chronic-wind intensity on forest vegetation in Taiwan (Symposium of Ministry of Science and Technology, Taichung, Taiwan, November 17 2017, oral presentation) www pdf
  • Zelený D. (2017): Bias in community-weighted mean analysis of plant functional traits and species indicator values (International Association for Vegetation Science, 60th Annual Symposium, Palermo, Italy, June 20-24 2017, oral presentation) pdf

2016

  • Zelený D. (2016): Jumping on the bandwagon of beta diversity partitioning (NTU & NTNU Joint Symposium on Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Taipei, Taiwan, 22 May 2016, oral talk) pdf
  • Zelený D., Li C.-F. et al. (2016): Beta diversity pattern of forest vegetation along elevation in Taiwan: what have we learned so far? (Annual Meeting of the Taiwan Ecological Research Network in JiJi, Taiwan, 15-16 April 2016, oral presentation) pdf

2015

  • Zelený D., Li C.-F., Zukal D., Chudomelová M., Prokešová H. & Sekerková H. (2015): Comparing incomparable: explained variation in species composition is not comparable among datasets due to undersampling (International Association for Vegetation Science, 58th Annual Symposium, Brno, Czech Republic, 19-24 July 2015, oral presentation) pdf
  • Zelený D. (2015): Co-occurrence based measure of habitat specialization for species of Czech flora (European Vegetation Survey, 24th workshop, Rennes, France, 4-8 May 2015, oral presentation) pdf
  • Zelený D., Chang L.-W. & Hsieh C.-F. (2015): Variation in species composition explained by spatially autocorrelated environmental variables (7th international conference of International Biogeography Society, Bayreuth, Germany, 8-12 January 2015, poster presentation) www pdf

2014

  • Zelený D. (2014): Bias due to autocorrelation where no one expects it: the relationship between community-weighted mean traits and environmental variables (International Statistical Ecology Conference, Montpellier, France, 1-4 July 2014, oral presentation) (www) pdf
  • Zelený D. (2014): Use of mean Ellenberg indicator values revisited (again) (European Vegetation Survey, 23th International Workshop, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 8-12 May 2014, oral presentation) www pdf

2013

  • Zelený D., Chang L.-W., Li C.-F., Chiu S.-T. & Hsieh C.-F. (2013): Soil matters: soil variables remarkably increase explained variation of tree beta diversity in forest dynamics plot (56th Annual Symposium of International Association for Vegetation Science, Tartu, Estonia, 26-30 June 2013, oral presentation) pdf
  • Zelený D., Chang L.-W., Li C.-F., Chiu S.-T. & Hsieh C.-F. (2013): Did we measure enough environmental variables? Insights from multiscale spatial analysis (6th international conference of International Biogeography Society, Miami, FL, USA, 9-13 January 2013, poster presentation) pdf

2012

  • Zelený D. & Li C.-F. (2012): To cut the feet to fit the shoes: Forcing unsupervised cluster analysis to reproduce results of subjective vegetation classification (55th Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science, Mokpo, Korea, 23-28 July 2012, oral presentation) pdf
  • Zelený D. (2012): Mean Ellenberg indicator values as explanatory variables in constrained ordination (European Vegetation Survey, 21th International Workshop, Vienna, 24-27 May 2012, oral presentation) pdf

2011

  • Zelený D. (2011): Better dispersal means wider realized species niche. (54th Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science, Lyon, France, 20-24 June 2011, oral presentation) pdf

2010

  • Zelený D. (2010): Co-occurrence based measure of species habitat specialization: What does it really mean? (95th ESA Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, 1.-6.8.2010, poster presentation)
  • Li C.-F., Tichý L., Zelený D., Chytrý M., Lai Y.-J., Hsieh C.-F., Chen M.-Y., Chen T.-Y., Chiou C.-R., Hsia Y.-J., Liu H.-Y., Yang S.-Z., Yeh C.-L. & Wang J.-C. (2010): Hump-shaped species richness pattern along the elevation gradient in Taiwan: A result of mid-domain effect or heterogeneity? (95th ESA Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, 1.-6.8.2010, poster presentation by C.-F. Li) pdf

2009

  • Zelený D. & Tichý L. (2009): Linking R and JUICE: software tool for analysis and visualization of vegetation data (UseR! 2009, The R User Conference, Rennes, France, 8.-10.7.2009, poster presentation)
  • Zelený D. (2009): Why are Ellenberg indicator values so good explanatory variables? (52nd Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science, Crete, 30.5.-4.6.2009, oral presentation)
  • Zelený D. & Tichý L. (2009): Linking JUICE and R: New developments in visualization of unconstrained ordination analysis. (European Vegetation Survey, 18th International Workshop, Rome, 25.-28.3. 2009, poster presentation)

2008

  • Zelený D., Li. C.-F., Veselá I. & Chytrý M. (2008): Relationship between species richness and landscape heterogeneity: case study from middle elevation of the Czech Republic (The Sixth Symposium of Vegetation Diversity in Taiwan, Taipei, 13.11.2008, oral presentation)
  • Zelený D., Li. C.-F. & Chytrý M. (2008): Pattern of local plant species richness along the gradient of landscape topographic heterogeneity: result of spatial mass effect or shift in microsite environmental conditions? (European Vegetation Survey, 17th International Workshop, Brno, 1.-5.5. 2008, oral presentation)
  • Veselá I., Zelený D., Li C.-F. & Chytrý M. (2008): Bioassay experiment for assessment of site productivity in oak forests (European Vegetation Survey, 17th International Workshop, Brno, 1.-5.5. 2008, poster presentation held by Irena Veselá)
  • Li C.-F., Tichý L., Zelený D., Chytrý M., Hsieh C.-F., Chen M.-Y., Chen T.-Y., Chiou C.-R., Hsia Y.-J., Liu H.-Y., Yang S.-Z., Yeh C.-Y., Wang J.-C. & Yu C.-F. (2008): Species richness pattern along the elevation gradient: is the mid-domain effect the only reason? (European Vegetation Survey, 17th International Workshop, Brno, 1.-5.5. 2008, oral presentation held by Ching-Feng Li)

2007

  • Zelený D. (2007): R project: powerful tool for vegetation data analysis and visualization (The Fifth Symposium of Vegetation Diversity in Taiwan, Taipei, 25.10.2007, oral presentation)
  • Zelený D. & Chytrý M. (2007): Pattern of alpha- and beta-diversity of vegetation in deep river valleys of Bohemia Massif (European Vegetation Survey, 16th Workshop, Rome (Italy), 22.-26.03.2007, poster presentation)
  • Tichý L., Roleček J., Zelený D. & Chytrý M. (2007): New stopping rules for TWINSPAN (European Vegetation Survey, 16th Workshop, Rome (Italy), 22.-26.03.2007, poster presentation) [ pdf ]

2005

  • Zelený D. (2005): Formalized approaches to Central European phytosociology (Symposium of Vegetation Diversity in Taiwan, Taipei, 9.9.05, oral presentation) [ pdf ]

2004

  • Zelený D. (2004): Hluboká říční údolí jako objekt pro modelování vztahů vegetace a proměnných prostředí (konference ČBS 'Doktorandské inspirace v botanice', 20.-21.11.2004) [ pdf ]