Marián Homolák
Marián Homolák
Researcher, Faculty of Forestry, Technical University in Zvolen, Slovakia
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Algae influence the hydrophysical parameters of a sandy soil
L Lichner, PD Hallett, Z Drongová, H Czachor, L Kovacik, J Mataix-Solera, ...
Catena 108, 58-68, 2013
Variability of moisture in coarse woody debris from several ecologically important tree species of the Temperate Zone of Europe
V Pichler, M Homolak, W Skierucha, M Pichlerova, D Ramirez, J Gregor, ...
Ecohydrology 5 (4), 424-434, 2012
Estimating hydraulic conductivity of a sandy soil under different plant covers using minidisk infiltrometer and a dye tracer experiment
M Homolák, J Capuliak, V Pichler, Ľ Lichner
Biologia 64, 600-604, 2009
High organic carbon stock in a karstic soil of the Middle-European Forest Province persists after centuries-long agroforestry management
YAR Ahmed, V Pichler, M Homolák, E Gömöryová, D Nagy, M Pichlerová, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 131 (6), 1669-1680, 2012
Physiological response of irrigated and non-irrigated Norway spruce trees as a consequence of drought in field conditions
D Kurjak, K Střelcová, Ľ Ditmarová, T Priwitzer, J Kmet’, M Homolák, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 131, 1737-1746, 2012
Soil microorganisms at the windthrow plots: the effect of post-disturbance management and the time since disturbance
E Gömöryová, P Fleischer, V Pichler, M Homolák, R Gere, D Gömöry
iForest-Biogeosciences and Forestry 10 (2), 515, 2017
Beech forest density control on the dominant water flow types in andic soils
J Capuliak, V Pichler, H Flühler, M Pichlerová, M Homolák
Vadose Zone Journal 9 (3), 747-756, 2010
Parent material effect on soil organic carbon concentration under primeval European beech forests at a regional scale
V Pichler, E Gömöryová, C Leuschner, M Homolák, IV Abrudan, ...
Forests 12 (4), 405, 2021
Coarse woody debris of Fagus sylvatica produced a quantitative organic carbon imprint in an andic soil
V Pichler, E Gömöryová, M Homolák, M Pichlerová, W Skierucha
Journal of forest research 18, 440-444, 2013
Isolating the soil type effect on the organic carbon content in a Rendzic Leptosol and an Andosol on a limestone plateau with andesite protrusions
M Homolák, E Kriaková, V Pichler, E Gömöryová, J Bebej
Geoderma 302, 1-5, 2017
Importance of coarse woody debris (CWD) for moisture control and survival of Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst.) seedlings.
M Pichlerova, M Homolak, V Pichler, D Kurjak, P Jaloviar
Polish Journal of Ecology 61 (3), 471-476, 2013
Interaction of Brilliant Blue dye solution with soil and its effect on mobility of compounds around the zones of preferenial flows at spruce stand
J Bebej, M Homolák, T Orfánus
Central European Forestry Journal 63 (2-3), 79-90, 2017
Forest stand (Fagus sylvatica L.) density reduction as a global climate change adaptive forestry tool
V Pichler, J Gregor, J Válka, J Capuliak, M Homolák
For J 52 (1-2), 89-97, 2006
Changes of soil properties along the altitudinal gradients in subarctic mountain landscapes of Putorana Plateau, Central Siberia
E Gömöryová, V Pichler, J Merganič, P Fleischer, M Homolák
Land 11 (1), 128, 2022
Modelling impact of site and terrain morphological characteristics on biomass of tree species in Putorana Region
J Merganič, V Pichler, E Gömöryová, P Fleischer, M Homolák, ...
Plants 10 (12), 2722, 2021
Can Soil Electrical Resistivity Measurements Aid the Identification of Forest Areas Prone to Windthrow Disturbance?
M Homolák, E Gömöryová, V Pichler
Forests 11 (2), 234, 2020
Long-term soil reaction changes in a temperate beech Forest subject to past alkaline pollution
V Pichler, M Homolák, J Capuliak
Water, air, and soil pollution 204, 5-18, 2009
Declining Growth Response of Siberian Spruce to Climate Variability on the Taiga–Tundra Border in the Putorana Mountains (Northwest Siberia)
P Fleischer, V Pichler, J Merganič, E Gömöryová, M Homolák, ...
Forests 13 (1), 131, 2022
Wood ash effect on chemical and microbiological properties of topsoil in a Norway spruce stand one year after the treatment
E Gömöryová, S Tóthová, V Pichler, M Homolák, V Krissák, D Gömöry
Folia Oecologica 43 (2), 156, 2016
Disturbance history drives current compositional and diversity patterns of primary Picea abies (L.) Karst. forest vegetation
T Koutecký, K Ujházy, D Volařík, M Ujházyová, F Máliš, E Gömöryová, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 520, 120387, 2022
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