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Mgr. Michal Hošek

Phone: 311236941
Department: Laboratory of Environmental Geochemical Analysis (LEGA)
List of publications: asep/uach-t/0315451


BÍLKOVÁ, Gabriela, ELZNICOVÁ, J., WILDOVÁ, E., HOŠEK, Michal, MATYS GRYGAR, Tomáš. Deciphering Factors Controlling Manganese Concentrations in the Leaves of Silver Birch (Betula pendula Roth) in Relation to Recent Acidification of Mountain Forest Soils. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies. 2023, 32(1)
SEDLÁČEK, J., BÁBEK, O., MATYS GRYGAR, Tomáš, LENĎÁKOVÁ, Z., PACINA, J., ŠTOJDL, J., HOŠEK, Michal, ELZNICOVÁ, J. A closer look at sedimentation processes in two dam reservoirs. Journal of Hydrology. 2022, 605(FEB)), 127397
TŮMOVÁ, Štěpánka, HRUBEŠOVÁ, D., VORM, Petr, HOŠEK, Michal, MATYS GRYGAR, Tomáš. Common flaws in the analysis of river sediments polluted by risk elements and how to avoid them: case study in the Ploučnice River system, Czech Republic. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 2019, 19(4), 2020-2033
HOŠEK, Michal, MATYS GRYGAR, Tomáš, ELZNICOVÁ, J., FAMĚRA, Martin, POPELKA, J., MATKOVIČ, J., KISS, T. Geochemical mapping in polluted floodplains using in situ X-ray fluorescence analysis, geophysical imaging, and statistics: Surprising complexity of floodplain pollution hotspot. Catena. 2018, 171(DEC), 632-644
MATYS GRYGAR, Tomáš, HOŠEK, Michal, PACINA, J., ŠTOJDL, J., BÁBEK, O., SEDLÁČEK, J., HRON, K., TALSKÁ, R., KŘÍŽENECKÁ, S., TOLASZOVÁ, J. Changes in the geochemistry of fluvial sediments after dam construction (the Chrudimka River, the Czech Republic). Applied Geochemistry. 2018, 98(NOV), 94-108
MATYS GRYGAR, Tomáš, HOŠEK, Michal, MACH, K., SCHNABL, Petr, MARTINEZ, M. Climatic instability before the Miocene Climatic Optimum reflected in a Central European lacustrine record from the Most Basin in the Czech Republic. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 2017, 485(NOV), 930-945
MATYS GRYGAR, Tomáš, MACH, K., HOŠEK, Michal, SCHNABL, Petr, MARTINEZ, M., KOUBOVÁ, M. Early stages of clastic deposition in the Most Basin (Ohre Rift, Czech Republic, Early Miocene): timing and possible controls. Bulletin of Geosciences. 2017, 92(3), 337-355