Lucie Kačmarová


Research interest

forest ecology, land-use history, nature conservation


2001 – 2007 M. Sc. in Biology, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Geobotany; thesis: The effect of historical landscapes structure on present shrubby vegetation.

2007 – 2012 PhD study in Botany, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Czech Republic (unfinished)


2011 – present Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic


Kovář, P., Veselý, A., Vojta, J., Wiesner, P., Drhovská, L., & Klárová, M. (2014) 5.3 Consequences of arable land abandonment for the diversity of plant communities in Maděra P. et al., eds., 2014. Czech villages in Romanian Banat: landscape, nature, and culture. Brno: Mendel University in Brno. ISBN: 978-80-7375-960-5

Vojta J. & Drhovská L. (2012): Are abandoned wooded pastures suitable refugia for forest species? Journal of Vegetion Science Vol. 23, No. 5: 880-891.