Michał Ciach
Michał Ciach
Department of Forest Biodiversity, University of Agriculture, Kraków, Poland
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JM Gutowski, A Bobiec, M Ciach, A Kujawa, K Zub, P Pawlaczyk
Fundacja WWF Polska, 2022
Habitat type, food resources, noise and light pollution explain the species composition, abundance and stability of a winter bird assemblage in an urban environment
M Ciach, A Fröhlich
Urban Ecosystems 20, 547-559, 2017
From agricultural benefits to aviation safety: realizing the potential of continent-wide radar networks
S Bauer, JW Chapman, DR Reynolds, JA Alves, AM Dokter, MMH Menz, ...
BioScience 67 (10), 912-918, 2017
Revealing patterns of nocturnal migration using the European weather radar network
C Nilsson, AM Dokter, L Verlinden, J Shamoun‐Baranes, B Schmid, ...
Ecography 42 (5), 876-886, 2019
Urbanization affects neophilia and risk-taking at bird-feeders
P Tryjanowski, AP Møller, F Morelli, W Biaduń, T Brauze, M Ciach, ...
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 28575, 2016
Road-kills affect avian population quality
M Bujoczek, M Ciach, R Yosef
Biological Conservation 144 (3), 1036-1039, 2011
White Storks, Ciconia ciconia, forage on rubbish dumps in Poland—a novel behaviour in population
R Kruszyk, M Ciach
European Journal of Wildlife Research 56, 83-87, 2010
Foraging of white storks Ciconia ciconia on rubbish dumps on non-breeding grounds
M Ciach, R Kruszyk
Waterbirds 33 (1), 101-104, 2010
Ungulates in the city: light pollution and open habitats predict the probability of roe deer occurring in an urban environment
M Ciach, A Fröhlich
Urban Ecosystems 22, 513-523, 2019
Environmental effects on flying migrants revealed by radar
P Becciu, MHM Menz, A Aurbach, SA Cabrera‐Cruz, CE Wainwright, ...
Ecography 42 (5), 942-955, 2019
Perspectives and challenges for the use of radar in biological conservation
O Hüppop, M Ciach, R Diehl, DR Reynolds, PM Stepanian, MHM Menz
Ecography 42 (5), 912-930, 2019
Bark beetle infestation spots as biodiversity hotspots: Canopy gaps resulting from insect outbreaks enhance the species richness, diversity and abundance of birds breeding in …
F Przepióra, J Loch, M Ciach
Forest Ecology and Management 473, 118280, 2020
The first report on development of Rosalia alpina (Linnaeus, 1758)(Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in wood of Ulmus L. in Poland
M Ciach, J Michalcewicz, M Fluda
Polish Journal of Entomology 76 (2), 101-105, 2007
Nocturnal noise and habitat homogeneity limit species richness of owls in an urban environment
A Fröhlich, M Ciach
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26, 17284-17291, 2019
Seasonal changes in the avian diet of breeding Sparrowhawks Accipiter nisus: how to fulfill the offspring’s food demands
M Bujoczek, M Ciach
Zoological Studies 48 (2), 215-222, 2009
Noise pollution and decreased size of wooded areas reduces the probability of occurrence of Tawny Owl Strix aluco
A Fröhlich, M Ciach
Ibis 160 (3), 634-646, 2018
Single dead trees matter: Small-scale canopy gaps increase the species richness, diversity and abundance of birds breeding in a temperate deciduous forest
P Lewandowski, F Przepióra, M Ciach
Forest Ecology and Management 481, 118693, 2021
Negative effects of mass tourism on high mountain fauna: the case of the Tatra chamois Rupicapra rupicapra tatrica
Ł Pęksa, M Ciach
Oryx 49 (3), 500-505, 2015
Habitat preferences of the Syrian Woodpecker Dendrocopos syriacus in urban environments: an ambiguous effect of pollution
M Ciach, A Fröhlich
Bird Study 60 (4), 491-499, 2013
Rosalia longicorn Rosalia alpina (L.)(Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) uses roadside European ash trees Fraxinus excelsior L.-an unexpected habitat of an endangered species
J Michalcewicz, M Ciach
Polish Journal of Entomology 81 (1), 49, 2012
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