Petr Keil
Petr Keil
Faculty of Environmental Sciences, University of Life Sciences in Prague (CZU)
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Species richness declines and biotic homogenisation have slowed down for NW‐European pollinators and plants
LG Carvalheiro, WE Kunin, P Keil, J Aguirre‐Gutiérrez, WN Ellis, R Fox, ...
Ecology letters 16 (7), 870-878, 2013
Essential biodiversity variables for mapping and monitoring species populations
W Jetz, MA McGeoch, R Guralnick, S Ferrier, J Beck, MJ Costello, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (4), 539-551, 2019
Comment on “High-resolution global maps of 21st-century forest cover change”
R Tropek, O Sedláček, J Beck, P Keil, Z Musilová, I Šímová, D Storch
Science 344 (6187), 981-981, 2014
Model averaging in ecology: A review of Bayesian, information‐theoretic, and tactical approaches for predictive inference
CF Dormann, JM Calabrese, G Guillera‐Arroita, E Matechou, V Bahn, ...
Ecological monographs 88 (4), 485-504, 2018
Data integration for large-scale models of species distributions
NJB Isaac, MA Jarzyna, P Keil, LI Dambly, PH Boersch-Supan, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2019
Relationship between the minimum and maximum temperature thresholds for development in insects
AFG Dixon, A Honěk, P Keil, MAA Kotela, AL Šizling, V Jarošík
Functional Ecology, 257-264, 2009
Universal species–area and endemics–area relationships at continental scales
D Storch, P Keil, W Jetz
Nature 488 (7409), 78-81, 2012
Patterns of beta diversity in Europe: the role of climate, land cover and distance across scales
P Keil, O Schweiger, I Kühn, WE Kunin, M Kuussaari, J Settele, K Henle, ...
Journal of Biogeography 39 (8), 1473-1486, 2012
Global patterns and drivers of tree diversity integrated across a continuum of spatial grains
P Keil, JM Chase
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (3), 390-399, 2019
Macroecology to unite all life, large and small
A Shade, RR Dunn, SA Blowes, P Keil, BJM Bohannan, M Herrmann, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (10), 731-744, 2018
Downscaling of species distribution models: a hierarchical approach
P Keil, J Belmaker, AM Wilson, P Unitt, W Jetz
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (1), 82-94, 2013
Fine-scale malaria risk mapping from routine aggregated case data
HJW Sturrock, JM Cohen, P Keil, AJ Tatem, A Le Menach, ...
Malaria journal 13, 1-9, 2014
On the decline of biodiversity due to area loss
P Keil, D Storch, W Jetz
Nature communications 6 (1), 8837, 2015
Global species–energy relationship in forest plots: role of abundance, temperature and species climatic tolerances
I Šímová, D Storch, P Keil, B Boyle, OL Phillips, BJ Enquist
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (6), 842-856, 2011
Water-energy and the geographical species richness pattern of European and North African dragonflies (Odonata)
P Keil, I Simova, BA Hawkins
Insect Conservation and Diversity 1, 142-150, 2008
The last population of the Woodland Brown butterfly (Lopinga achine) in the Czech Republic: habitat use, demography and site management
M Konvicka, J Novak, J Benes, Z Fric, J Bradley, P Keil, J Hrcek, K Chobot, ...
Journal of Insect Conservation 12, 549-560, 2008
Biodiversity change is scale‐dependent: an example from Dutch and UK hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae)
P Keil, JC Biesmeijer, A Barendregt, M Reemer, WE Kunin
Ecography 34 (3), 392-401, 2011
Rapoport's rule, species tolerances, and the latitudinal diversity gradient: geometric considerations
AL Šizling, D Storch, P Keil
Ecology 90 (12), 3575-3586, 2009
Historical biogeography using species geographical ranges
I Quintero, P Keil, W Jetz, FW Crawford
Systematic Biology 64 (6), 1059-1073, 2015
A cross‐scale assessment of productivity–diversity relationships
D Craven, M van der Sande, C Meyer, K Gerstner, JM Bennett, DP Giling, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 29 (11), 1940-1955, 2020
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